SIGN MAKING WORKSHOP
NOVEMBER 9, 2017 11 AM — 4 PM (drop in anytime)
CENTER FOR THE ARTS LOBBY
Why the Dream Act?
The 2017 Dream Act was crafted by United We Dream leaders to be better and to cover more people than any other Dream Act in history. It reflects the dreams and wishes of immigrant youth leaders from across the country.
2017 Dream Act (in brief)
o Introduced in both House and Senate
o Bipartisan support in both chambers
o Entered the U.S. before the age of 18
o DACA recipients eligible for citizenship within 5 years
o Non-DACA recipients eligible for citizenship within 13 years
UNM Faculty & Instructors stand in solidarity with undocumented students & community members by pushing to make UNM a Sanctuary Campus. If you would like to receive updates from UNM Sanctuary Campus and events and information, please follow complete this form with your information.
More than 200 people gathered in the Rodey Theater on the University of New Mexico’s Main Campus Sept. 8 for a Know Your Rights training. Sponsored by the UNM Sanctuary Campus Working Group, the training was held in response to the recent decision made by President Donald Trump to recind the Deferred Action for Childhood…
How will you support undocumented and vulnerable UNM students? Be informed about the actions you can take to advocate for for students and make UNM a safer campus.
Attend the “Know Your Rights Training” on Friday, September 8th at the UNM Art Museum.
Sponsored by the UNM Sanctuary Campus Working Group
In July 1980, a group of Salvadoran migrants crossed the border between Mexico and Arizona. They walked over a remote mountain range and halfway across a wide desert valley in the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. There were more than two dozen of them—people who had left behind lives and jobs to come to the United
Volunteers training to disrupt immigration raids are forming mobile sanctuaries in hopes that enforcement agents will honor a long-standing policy of not arresting people in those spaces.