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Our Coverage of National Debate Over Undocumented Youth, DACA

Both Youth Today and the Juvenile Justice Information Exchange have been covering the changing fate of Dreamers since before the Dreamer program began.

Explore this solid sampling of what we’ve written, photographed and captured on video by clicking on the pictures or links below.

MVE San Antonio protesters with signs outside US Courthouse      

      Immigration threat for Jessica Coulter: headshot on black background (click to see video)

      

Immigrant young adults march on sidewalk protesting DACA chnages      Immigrant children - a young girl and boy - do art in after-school program.

More highlights from our DACA coverage:

We Must Stop the Politics of Hate

Resource Guide Shows Ways to Support Undocumented Students

Finding Hope: Shepherding Un(der) Documented Students to a Thriving Life After High School

Family Separation a Big Issue for Kids Migrating from Central America

Advocates Built Support for Maryland DREAM Act ‘One Person at a Time’

Comics Journalism Tackles the Immigration Debate

California Dreamers, Advocacy Groups Working Together in Hopes of Preserving DACA

Poetry Helps Young Angeleno Cope With Deportation of Family Member

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