The American River Current

D.A.C.A. is a type of temporary executive level administrative relief against deportation.

According to a paper published by the Pew Research Center in 2014, the United States has a long history going back several decades of deferring deportation for certain protected groups. There have been 39 executive grants of temporary immigration relief since 1956.  (File Photo)

Undocumented and Unafraid

Solange Echeverria May 3, 2017

American River College student Anna came here from the Pacific Islands with her mother when she was 6 years old. Anna, who asked not to use her real name for fear of being deported, says she  had no concept...

The Women of Color dialogue series event is part of an ongoing dialogue series that discusses not just stereotypes, but ways to address and overcome them.  (Photo Illustration by T.J. Martinez)

The angry black woman myth

Solange Echeverria May 3, 2017

The American River College UNITE sponsored  “The Myth of the Angry Black Woman as part of its ‘Women of Color Dialogue Series” on April 20. The Women of Color dialogue series event is part of an...

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