Stories tagged: "daca"


Dreamers who are allowed to stay in the US through the DACA program could have a large impact on Georgia's economy if they could access affordable higher education in the state.
Dreamers Like Me Need Georgia to Vote on Jan. 5—For Our Sake and the Sake of Our State

With one of the largest DACA-eligible populations in the country, Georgia's economy could significantly improve with easier and more affordable access to higher education in the state's public college system.

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DACA Recipients Are ‘Relieved’ Biden Won, But They Also Want Results

"I definitely feel a huge relief to know that there will be a president that will not try to deport me," a DACA recipient said.

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From Climate to Immigration, Here’s Where Mark Kelly Stands on Six Important Policies

Former NASA astronaut Capt. Mark Kelly is facing off against Sen. Martha McSally in the race to represent Arizona in the US Senate.

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These Young Arizona Immigrants Can’t Vote. But They’re Helping Others Do So This Fall.

A group of undocumented youth are working to get 25,000 people to the polls to vote in the November election — because they can't.

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How Joe Biden’s ‘Build Back Better’ Plan Will Help Latinos and Other People of Color

The fourth and final part of Biden’s economic recovery proposal aims to “deal with systemic racism and advance racial equity in our economy.”

Graphic by COURIER/Denzel Boyd; Image via United We Dream Action
Undocumented Youth Are Mobilizing Voters to Get Trump Out of Office

While DACA beneficiaries cannot vote that is not stopping them from educating others to vote against the president.

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Being a Dreamer Is Traumatic. But I Turned Fear Into Action.

The founder of Arizona-based immigrant-support organization Aliento reflects on how to transform trauma into hope and action.