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English Tampa Bay Times ‘Dreamers’ worry about future on 5th anniversary of DACA By Alex Leary August 15, 2017 ThinkProgress Undocumented DREAMers mark 5th anniversary of DACA with fear and hope By Esther Lee August 15, 2017 Rising Up With Sonali Immigrants, Advocates Rally To Save DACA August 15, 2017 NPR Five Years In, What’s … Continue reading »

English Daily Kos ‘We are here to stay’: Immigrant youth and allies to rally in national day of action By Gabe Ortiz August 14, 2017 Public News Service On DACA’s 5th Anniversary, Many Nevadans Fight for a Secure Future By Suzanne Potter August 15, 2017 Washington Examiner Dream Act supporters tie opponents to white nationalists … Continue reading »

Today's must-read top immigration news from around the country.

America’s Voice The Trump Deportation Numbers Obscure a Deportation Strategy that is “Cruel and Arbitrary” Top News Vox Fewer immigrants are being deported under Trump than under Obama By Dara Lind August 10, 2017 KUOW With A DACA Summer Job, A Bumper Crop Of Worry By Esmy Jimenez August 09, 2017 WOSU Councilwoman Brown Meets … Continue reading »

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Trump Administration Aims to Drive Millions of Settled Immigrants Out of the Country Yesterday, California Senator Dianne Feinstein, a centrist on immigration, called the Trump Administration’s approach to immigration enforcement “cruel and arbitrary.” Meanwhile, numerous press reports are focusing on the fact that the overall numbers of deportations under President Trump have declined compared to the first … Continue reading »

dreamer dinner columbus ohio

Columbus, OH – Last night, Columbus Councilwoman Elizabeth Brown joined immigrant families, Avanza Together, and Ohio’s Voice for the first “Dreamer Dinner,” a new America’s Voice campaign to bring together immigrant families and elected officials for a meal to discuss how federal immigration policies affect children, families and the communities where they live and work. With the … Continue reading »

Supporters of the successful and popular DACA program, a policy that provides nearly 800,000 young immigrants the chance to go to college, work and fully contribute to the nation they call home, are gearing up to make this one of the defining fights against the Trump Administration’s war on immigrants. With less than a month … Continue reading »