For DACA recipient who needs support

Justin Nguyen Blog, Build The Dream, Culture, DACA, DACA Renewal Fund, Dream It, Latest, Tools

I’m a DACA Recipient, what do I need to know about President Trump’s Announcement to end DACA and the latest legal challenges? Check out this link: https://unitedwedream.org/2018/01/uscis-begins-to-accept-daca-renewal-applications-again-what-you-should-know/ I need help paying my DACA renewal fees — how can the DACA Renewal Fund help? UWD has provided resources to a number of local partners across the country. Please find that list below and reach …

Immigrant Youth Leaders Rise Up Across Texas to Demand a Clean Dream Act in Day of National Action

United We Dream Blog, Culture, DreamAct, News & Politics

On October 4th and 5th, immigrant youth and allies from across Texas and the country took to the street demanding that Congress take action to pass a clean #DreamActNow — that means without terrorizing our communities by funding the further militarization of our borders, no mass deportations, and no funding for a wall. Trump’s inhumane decision to kill DACA leaves over 124,000 …

5 Proactive Steps for College Administrators to Support Undocumented Students in Your Schools

Miriam Feldblum Culture, Education Justice, Tools

Are you a college administrator? Do you want to support undocumented students in your schools? Student activists and immigrant organizations have been key leaders in pushing for immigration reform, and in challenging colleges and universities to do more to support undocumented and DACAmented students, but there is so much more that we can do! Here are 5 action steps that …

5 Things You Should Know About Trans & Queers in Detention

United We Dream Culture, LGBTQ Justice, Tools

Detention and deportations are a harm the entire community, and this is especially true for those who fall under the Risk Classification Assessment (RCA), which include pregnant women, HIV+ people, LGBT individuals, people with disabilities, and chronic illness. The protocol to consider housing for detainees is not decided on self assessed gender, but instead on physical anatomy or legal documentation. …