DACA

Posted June 18, 2020

Let’s Make America More Just for Our Immigrant Students and Families

When we think of education equity, we typically think of issues along the lines of traditional opportunity gaps disproportionately affecting children of color. As equity-minded…

By Rosario Quiroz Villarreal

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Posted Dec. 12, 2019

I Refuse to Trick Latinx Educators Into Entering a Profession That Doesn’t Support Them

WHAT WE GOT RIGHT: I was a Latinx teacher. I loved it. I couldn’t afford to stay in it, but you need to, and I’ll help.…

By Daniel Velasco

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Posted Nov. 15, 2019

DACA Isn’t Just a Debate to Me

Growing up undocumented with immigrant parents, I was made aware of my status and the limitations it imposed on me. I learned to always be…

By Citlali Perez

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Posted Nov. 14, 2019

After We Impeach Trump, Let’s Impeach All These Other Politicians for Their High Crimes Against Education

Impeachment hearings are underway. In case you’ve been under a rock for the past few months, a whistleblower dropped a bomb that blew up Trump’s…

By Tanesha Peeples

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Posted Nov. 29, 2018

I’m a DACA Recipient and a First-Generation College Graduate and I’m Nervous About What’s Next

It’s a day I’ll never forget: September 5, 2017, the first day of my senior year at NYU. It was the day the Trump administration…

By Mayra Gonzalez Menjivar

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Posted Mar. 27, 2018

My Dad Was a DREAMer, and I’m Living That Dream Now

My father came to the United States when he was 5 years old to work as a migrant worker in the fields. That makes him…

By Vince Casillas

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Posted Mar. 22, 2018

I’m a DREAMer and I’m Just as American as Anyone Else

On Tuesday, September 5, 2017, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program, most commonly known as DACA, was rescinded. I cannot overstate the impact this announcement…

By Edy Pineda

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Posted Mar. 2, 2018

Why Stop With One Wall, Mr. President? We Students Have an Idea That You’ll Love

Mr. President, we heard that Mexico won’t pay for your wall. Well, we have another suggestion. As high school students across the nation begin to…

By Cole Tansey, Jessica Tansey

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Posted Feb. 6, 2018

Students and Teachers Sound the Alarm on the End of DACA

Time is running out for Congress to do something about DACA protections for undocumented immigrants. If they fail to act on a long-term fix for…

By Rob Samuelson

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Posted Feb. 6, 2018

This Teacher of the Year Showed Me Just How Important DACA Is

I am currently 34,000 feet over Colorado on a flight home from one of the most incredible experiences of my life. Over the past four…

By Michael Soskil

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Posted Oct. 23, 2020

The Presidential Election Ain’t the Only Thing We Have to Worry About, We Must #VoteLocal

Alright, Black people—let’s push past Ice Cube’s meeting with Trump and 50 Cent’s declaration supporting his reelection. Yes we love hot tea and messiness from…

By Tanesha Peeples

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Posted Oct. 30, 2020

School Boards Have Too Much Power They Aren’t Using to Fix Education

Considered me triggered. Again. This past Sunday my 8 Black Hands crew did a show on the missing importance of school boards, and then this article pops…

By Chris Stewart

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Posted Oct. 30, 2020

With Remote Learning, The Issues Go Deeper Than Lack of Internet

Right now—literally, as I’m sitting here typing—I’m watching my friend toggle between distance learning with her son and responding to work emails. It’s the most…

By Tanesha Peeples

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