Healthcare access for Undocumented Folks in the Time of COVID19

In the middle of this pandemic, there is a lot of misinformation and fear being spread in regards to seeking medical assistance. If you feel sick, with symptoms of fever and dry cough, do not be afraid to seek medical assistance and call a doctor first. For information in Spanish, here’s the CDC guide. If you […]

How To Talk to Your Loved Ones about COVID-19

Last week, my 81-year-old grandmother went to her city’s downtown multiple times to run errands and it really upset me because she wasn’t taking the threat of this pandemic seriously. This led to a tough conversation about her safety and what we could do to insure she stayed home over the next few weeks. If […]

Undocumented Storytellers at the Writers Guild Initiative

In 2018, United We Dream embarked on a journey with the Writers Guild Initiative to connect authors, poets, and screenplay writers with immigrant youth to mentor them on creative writing and storytelling. Thirteen writers attended two weekend workshops to tell the stories they’ve never told before — and not just on immigration. Writers put into […]

3 Personal UndocuHealth Techniques

Every day, our community is under attack by racist lawmakers and the voices of white supremacists who make it their job to terrorize our families. When we wake up in the morning, go out to work, eat, study, and even sleep, the constant fear and anxiety that we carry is slowly inhibiting us from living […]

Republicans Just Shutdown the Government. What Does this Mean for the Dream Act?

Republicans have just voted to shutdown the government after choosing to stand on the wrong side of history: the side of racism and blocking protections for the millions of immigrant youth at immediate risk of detention and deportation. Trump’s shutdown means that both parties must come to the negotiations table and figure out a pathway […]

This March marks 21 years of ICE CBP & DHS terrorizing our immigrant communities.

Ever since their creation, ICE and CBP have targeted, detained, abused and deported immigrants while separating loved ones and tearing apart communities. Donate 21 dollars to help us fight back against the 21 years of terror.