From the book:
Walter Nicholls. The DREAMers: How the Undocumented Youth Movement Transformed the Immigrant Rights Debate. Stanford University Press. 2013.
Chapter 5: Undocumented, Unafraid and Unapologetic
Chapter 6: DREAMers and the Immigrant Rights Movement
Answer these questions ( a paragraph for each question):
- In Chapter 5: Why did the DREAMers create a new message that was so different from the one created for them by the immigrant rights organizations.
- In Chapter 6: Discuss the different ways that the DREAMers organized “a multi-front war” at the Federal. State and Local levels to fight back agains the different laws and policies passed against undocumented Immigrants.
From chapter 6:
- What laws were passed in California aimed at supporting DREAMers that made it into the anti-Arizona model?
- Explain what DACA is and what it did for undocumented youth living in the U.S.
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