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September 18, 2017

Six recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program – a remarkable group of plaintiffs who embody the American Dream and the powerful stories of nearly 800,000 “Dreamers” across the country – filed suit in federal court today to block the Trump Administration from ending the program.

The “Dreamers case” is the first lawsuit from DACA beneficiaries, each of whom would face potentially devastating consequences from the termination of DACA.

Synapse: UCSF Student Voices
September 12, 2017
It does not take much imagination to understand how this will affect the scientific community.
UCSF News
September 12, 2017

In opening remarks for the Defending DACA forum, Renee Navarro, MD, vice chancellor of Diversity and Outreach, said, “It’s now more important than ever before for us to stand shoulder to shoulder together in defense of the rights of those who are members of the DACA program.”

Watch the video of the forum here!

The forum was held to discuss the potential ramifications of changes to the DACA program and to reaffirm support for undocumented students and staff in the UCSF community...

UC Press Room
September 05, 2017

“I am deeply troubled by President Trump’s decision to effectively end the DACA program and uproot the lives of an estimated 800,000 Dreamers across the nation. This backward-thinking, far-reaching move threatens to separate families and derail the futures of some of this country’s brightest young minds, thousands of whom currently attend or have graduated from the University of California.

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