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No matter where you are from, we're glad you're our neighbor.
We Stand With DACA
Trump’s administration just made the formal announcement that DACA will be phased out over the next few months. DACA allows 800,000 young people around the country to work, pursue their education, and support their families. These courageous people gave the government all of their personal information, paid government fees, went through background checks, and submitted stacks of evidence to prove their eligibility. Now, the government is turning its back on them.
And now we each have to answer a question: Will we turn our backs on the immigrants who complete our communities?
At the MICA Project, we have pledged to stand together as a community, with our communities. With DACA recipients, their families, and their neighbors. We are standing to say that hate does not have a home here. We proclaim that we are in this together, and our country is weaker when we divide people into “us” and “them.”
This week we’ll be calling our clients who have DACA. We’ll be meeting with the community to answer questions about the legal effects. And we’ll be mobilizing to support the courageous activists who confront this injustice and continue the fight for ALL of those who call this place home.
We need you to stand with us. Raise your voice in support of immigrants. Speak out against hate. And please consider supporting our efforts, if you are able, with a donation.
The Migrant and Immigrant Community Action Project (MICA Project) is a community organization committed to working with low-income immigrants to overcome barriers to justice. The MICA Project utilizes legal services, organizing, advocacy, and education to promote the voice and human dignity of immigrant communities.
We live in a safe and welcoming community for immigrants, demonstrating a shared understanding of the dignity and worth of all people.
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