An informational zine about DACA that advocates and raises awareness for DREAMERS
The term “DREAMER” has often been used when referring to undocumented immigrants who came or were brought to the U.S. as children. Most of them have lived here for years, enrolled in school, and identify as American. DREAMERS who have become eligible for DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) were able to get temporary protection from deportation and work permits. Now that DACA has been rescinded and the fate of 700,000 DREAMERS are in the hands of the Supreme Court, fear has struck again in DREAMERS and their communities. This zine is a resource for those who want to understand more about this important immigration topic and read their stories.
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