Our partner It’s A Free Country is hosting a live chat during the president’s major announcement about ending deportations and providing work permits for young undocumented immigrants.
This YouTube series produced by undocumented youth uses situational comedy to express the predicament of living paperless in the U.S.
Undocumented youth activists stepped up their game in 2011, organizing civil disobedience actions, online video campaigns, and support for state-level DREAM Acts that would aid in tuition-relief.
A group of undocumented students have formed an advocacy group on campus to support each other and fight for passage of the DREAM Act.
In this podcast episode, you’ll hear three new voices in the immigrant rights movement: Jose Antonio Vargas, Tania Mattos and Juan Escalante. They are young, undocumented and public about their status.
The coalition pushing for the passage of both state-level and national DREAM Acts to provide additional rights, freedoms and opportunities for young undocumented immigrants is engaging in a new course of social action this fall—faith movements.
California is poised to become the first state in the nation to allow its undocumented youth population to apply for public financial aid for higher education.
The signing of SB 1070 by Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer on April 23, 2010 struck fear in many undocumented immigrants. But the law also had the unintended consequence of emboldening some immigrants to get involved in politics and community organizing.
Senator Bill Perkins has introduced a New York State DREAM Act in the state senate that would bring many more rights to young undocumented immigrants in New York.
Days after a group of students at the University of Puerto Rico assaulted the school’s interim chancellor, Puerto Rican student activists received a sympathetic reception in New York City.