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The students in D. The Dream activists spent the day hoping to hear news about the four students who remained in custody until late this afternoon.
They vowed to press on, and take their fight into court, where they hope their bold action will pressure Democrats to pass the act. Skip to main content. The group recently rallied in Greensboro to support the federal legislation and to openly declare their undocumented status. An estimated 65, undocumented students graduate from high school in the U. Applicants must have arrived in the U. They must also have "good moral character," which, while vague, is assumed to mean the immigrants cannot have been convicted of any felonies.
Since these immigrants have lived most of their lives in the U.
“Undocumented & Unafraid” wasn’t a thing just a decade ago
Their friends and family are here. They are bicultural and often bilingual. Rico, who didn't speak English, felt isolated in the U. I believed her. They wanted the best for their children.
Unafraid and focused on our dreams!
And it did get betterfor a while. Rico learned English and excelled in high school. Rico approached his guidance counselor about enrolling in college. But you're not in that situation.
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He was able to attend Wake Tech for two years, but at the exorbitant expense of paying out-of-state tuition, which is four to five times higher than the rates charged to North Carolina residents. We're being hurt. We are real people trying to work for our communities. Currently each of the five United We Dream branches is holding their own Live Unafraid campaign, each with their own state-specific platform.
Here in New Mexico, the platform is focused on more education funding by the state and less dependence on the private detention sector for state income.
To join the Live Unafraid civic engagement campaign you can sign the pledge here. Skip to content.