President Biden Must Boldly Reject All Efforts to Delay Ending the Evils of Title 42

Washington, D.C. – Yesterday, a federal judge in Louisiana indicated his intent to temporarily block the Biden administration from winding down the evil and racist Title 42 policy by the end of next month. Judge Robert Summerhays’ decision is the latest in a series of Republican court-led efforts aimed at hindering the Biden administration’s plans […]

Immigrant Youth Honor Those Harmed by Detention, Deportation on Second Annual Immigrant Day of Resilience

Washington, D.C. – On the second annual Immigrant Day of Resilience, immigrant youth from United We Dream commissioned four high-profile digital artwork pieces to honor and bring awareness to families and communities impacted by anti-immigrant violence. The commissioned artists – all of whom identify as immigrant, indigenous, or first-generation –include Iliana Galvez, Kat Cadena,  Mimi […]

With So Much At Stake, It’s Crucial The Senate Swiftly Confirm Judge Brown Jackson

Washington, D.C. – Yesterday, the Senate Judiciary Committee deadlocked 11-11 along party lines on the nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the U.S. Supreme Court. Majority Leader Schumer then advanced Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s nomination past committee with a full Senate vote which gathered three Republican votes. Another full Senate confirmation vote is expected […]

‘United We Dream’ and ‘Black Lives Matter: Houston’ Debut Move Into The Future, a Public Art Installation Celebrating Houston’s Black and Brown Youth Power

Houston, TX – Today, United We Dream and Black Lives Matter: Houston unveiled Move Into the Future, a public art installation at Emancipation Park, that honors and celebrates Black and brown youth leaders who have built undeniable power and alliances in the fight for immigrant and racial justice across Texas. The sculpture, designed by artist […]

By Delaying Citizenship for Millions of Immigrants, Biden And Democrats Are Creating A Mental Health Crisis, New Report Finds

Washington, D.C. – Today, in collaboration with the Latinx Immigrant Health Alliance (LIHA), United We Dream launched a new mental health report surveying over 600 undocumented youth and adults over the span of 10 months to best understand how our community’s health and wellbeing were not only impacted by the COVID-19, but the continued attacks from the Trump administration, the […]

The Facebook Logout Day 1: Why We’re Logging Out

NATIONWIDE — Amid unprecedented turmoil at the social media giant, Kairos and a broad coalition of more than 40 national and state-based organizations mobilizing across issues like: racial justice, labor, free speech and democracy protection, and tech accountability today launched the Facebook and Instagram Log Out — a three-day user strike to demand sweeping reforms in […]

United We Dream Launches Its First-Ever Zine Honoring Immigrants Writers, Artists and Redefining What It Means to Be An Immigrant

Washington, D.C. – Today, immigrant youth from United We Dream launched their first-ever zine titled Immigrant Made. The Zine features personal essays, stories, and artwork by immigrant youth, undocumented women, and non-binary writers who explore themes of self-love, inherent worth, and irrefutable pride.  Each writer was mentored by professional playwrights, poets, and screenwriters of the Writers Guild Initiative. Immigrant […]