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Undocumented and Unafraid

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)

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 of immigration laws or legal status. She was just a little girl who, along with her brothers, w...

Open forum with the spirit of Brave Space

There was an open forum available to all ARC students, faculty and advisors to speak freely about their concerns in regards to the new proposed immigration policy and any other controversial policies that have been introduced, in Community Rooms one and two on Thursday Jan 23.  The image above depicts the confusion and uncertainty that has come with the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States.  (Photo illustration by Lidiya Grib)

Cheyenne Drury

January 30, 2017

On Nov. 9, America not only got a new leader, but new proposed changes in immigration and other policies. These changes have given many undocumented people, LGBT members and any other marginalized people concern for their safety. American River College held an open forum concerning these propose...

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