By Mary Ellen Flannery When Angelica Reyes said good-bye to her students on Monday, the start of summer break in her Los Angeles school district, she didn’t know whether she’d be seeing them again this fall, or facing possible deportation. Reyes, who has lived in Los Angeles since her parents brought her there from Mexico … Continued
While it might not seem like it, COVID-19 shall pass. What remains constant, however, is the need for learning and community resources related to social and racial justice, a statement made all the more relevant in light of the inequities laid bare by the pandemic. Here are some resources for your students, your community and … Continued
Recent Executive Orders and ICE raids have caused fear and confusion in immigrant communities. Here’s how you can make a difference for your students.
While the fight for a permanent solution continues in the courts and in Congress, here are five things you can do for our Dreamers right now.
Gov. Ducey proves quite effective at implementing the DeVos privatization agenda
NEA has filed amicus briefs in two lawsuits urging the courts to strike down the DACA revocation.
On the issues of tax cuts, Dreamers and career and technical training, Trump’s remarks were misleading, offensive and at odds with his record.
Dreamers and their allies, including educators, faith leaders, civil rights groups and the business community, push for Dreamer fix despite Trump, congressional gamesmanship.
“Younger Black immigrants recognize that their voices have been missing from the conversation on immigration rights, so they’re creating their own spaces.”
Since Trump rescinded DACA, more than 13,000 students and young Americans have been put at risk of deportation. Another 100 lose their protected status every day.