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Operation Dream Act Now!

United We Dream

November 9, 2017 • Thursday, November 9 at 10:30 AM - 5:30 PM EST This Week · 41–54°Rain Showers

Dream warriors, Immigrant youth and allies all over the country, will lead Operation Dream Act Now - leading school walkouts and mobilizing thousands to Capitol Hill to demand that Congress pass a clean Dream Act by December November 9 marks over two months since Trump ended DACA, and one year since he was elected as president. If you’re outraged at Trump for killing DACA, for fulfilling a sick white supremacist scheme to terrorize immigrant youth and their families, we invite YOU to join hundreds of Dream Defenders: immigrant youth, allies, business leaders, and people of faith are descending on the Capitol to resist Trump’s attacks on immigrants and to demand a clean Dream Act. The time is now, and November 9th will be the day in which America tells Congress: we demand a clean Dream Act by December! Everyday that goes by more and more immigrant youth lose their work permits and protections from deportation. Only by coming together, can we protect them from Trump’s racist attack! Take part in Operation Dream Act Now, the largest operation ever done to pass a clean Dream Act by December. WHAT IS A **CLEAN** DREAM ACT? We need a permanent solution for our undocumented young people, but we will also not allow anti-immigrant extremists and their accomplices to use undocumented young people as bargaining chips for draconian measures to fulfill the Trump administration’s white supremacy wish list. A clean DREAM Act means Congress must swiftly pass this widely popular bipartisan bill without any additions or amendments that will put our families and the rest of our immigrant community at greater risk for undue detention and deportation. That’s why we’re fighting for a clean DREAM Act.

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2018 PepsiCo Cesar Chavez Latino Scholarship • Arizona & California

The Cesar Chavez Foundation is providing $300,000 in scholarship awards to Latino students who live in Arizona and California. Note: As indicated on their website, this $5,000 scholarship opportunity is open to Latino students “regardless of national origin or immigration status”. Scholarship recipients will be chosen based on their academic excellence, leadership in extracurricular activities, commitment to volunteer service in the community and financial need. Here are the eligibility requirements: Applicant must be an incoming or continuing full-time undergraduate student at any education institution for the 2018-2019 Academic Year. Applicant must be of Latino descent. Applicant must have a minimum 3.0 GPA. Applicant must be attending a college in Arizona or California. The scholarship is available in Arizona and California. Scholarship is available to U.S. Citizen, Permanent Legal Resident, Undocumented Resident, DACA or Eligible Non-Citizen (as defined by FAFSA).

DACA Renewal Fee

CHIRLA

If your DACA expires within the next year (or has already expired), CHIRLA's "Renew it and Secure It" campaign offers free legal consultation, free processing, and we pay for your $495 USCIS fee. Campaign runs through July 21 (remember, that's the date a federal judge has given the Trump Administration to respond to a temporary ruling!). If you want to renew or have questions, please stop by the Los Angeles CHIRLA office on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday and be in line by 8 a.m. No appointment necessary. 2533 W 3rd St, Ste 101 Los Angeles, California 90057