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Immigration & Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
Wednesday, February 26, 2014 7:00:00 PM CST - 8:30:00 PM CST
Please join two of the nation’s foremost advocates for DREAMERS and experts on DACA for a webinar for educators who want to help students through the DACA process.   Join us online on Wednesday, February 26th at 8 pm EST for this special program.  
More than half a million young people have taken advantage of a  program that allows them to stay in the U.S. without fear of being deported. Many more are eligible but need help to complete the process and some aren’t even aware they’re eligible.  DACA, created by President Obama in June of 2013 offers young people born abroad but raised here a way to stay in the US without fear of being deported.
 
Please join two of the nation’s foremost advocates for DREAMERS and experts on DACA for a webinar for educators who want to help students through the DACA process.   Join us online on Wednesday, February 26th at 8 pm est for this special program.  
 
DACA is a band aid not a solution to our nation’s broken immigration system.  We’ll keep fighting for a roadmap to citizenship for our student and their families.  But educators can make a difference right away by understanding DACA.  Join this important webinar next Thursday.
 
Rocio Inclan
NEA Human and Civil Rights

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