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French Montana (@frenchmontana) has teamed up with MTV and the nonprofit Get Schooled to launch a new campaign called “We Are the Dream” that will provide resources to #undocumented immigrants in the United States and help them get higher education.
The rapper came to America from Morocco at age 13 and wants to make sure that other children who have immigrated to the U.S. have the same opportunities that he did. "I am one of tens of thousands of first and second generation immigrants that are having a significant positive impact on the United States," the rapper told Rolling Stone. "I am excited to lead others in this fight to ensure Dreamers connect with support they need to get to college and make their American Dream come true." TO LEARN MORE: www.WeAreTheDream.us
#DACA#HereToStay#immigration#undocumented#dreamact#dreamer#cleanDreamAct (via #EasyRepost@AppKottage)
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The Hollywood Walk of Fame comprises more than 2,600 five-pointed terrazzo and brass stars embedded in the sidewalks along 15 blocks of Hollywood Boulevard. The street of dreams.
I interviewed with an immigrant farmworker. He would like to share his immigration story with you.
1.)What was your life before immigration? Poor life,sad,I was beaten up by my father, and I had to leave Mexico to escape my father and I wanted to help my mother. 2.)How old were you and who did you immigrate with? I came here with my cousin, and my sister when I was 15 years old. 3.)Why did you come here in America? To have a better life, we were so poor in Mexico, there was no one to help us. 4.)What country are you from? Mexico, in a state called Puebla, Tepexi de Rodriguez. 5.)Was it hard to get here? If so, why? Yes it was hard. Because we had to travel an entire week to get here in a very hot car, and we had to hide a lot in order to get here. I had to protect my sister because the coyote wanted to eat her and some men tried to rape her, but I saved her. 6.)How did people treat you when you came here? They treated me awful immediately when I came to Los Angeles, CA. I had to adapt after three months in L.A. I moved to Bishop in California there were people were nice but some of them did take advantage of me because I can't read and I can’t write,and they used me for money, but I am over that and I hope that I will continue success in Idaho. 7.)Do you regret your choice of immigrating here? If so, why? what do you like most about California and Idaho? No, because I was able to prosper here so I can help my mother. Where my home was in Mexico, I would have nothing. I found love and I married my wife 3 years ago. We have been contacting with my mother in Mexico everyday, I have most of my relatives in Mexico, all together we are seven siblings and they live in other parts of the United States and we talk on the phone occasionally. In California, I liked working in the store and I liked visiting places in California that I had never been, like for the first time I went with my wife to Disneyland in the summer before coming to Idaho in the winter. In Idaho, I like it here because the people I came to live with, they are very kind and helped us. I’ve been here for 2 months, I did a little paint with a friend. I am officially working at a dairy farm and I love it!
Nearly 6 months since Trump administration suddenly ended DACA for nearly 800k people, not to mention millions of US Citizen family members that depend on those jobs, and hundreds of thousands of employers. Months ago Trump indicated he may take executive action if no solution reached...we will be waiting and watching...holding their feet to the fire.
Monday is National Call-in Day to Congress in Support of #Dreamers and #DACA recipients.
For more information, please visit: . Please PARTICIPATE , SHARE this and INVITE others to participate!
El lunes es el Día Nacional para Llamar al Congreso en apoyo de los jóvenes “ #Dreamers” y los amparados bajo DACA. Por favor PARTICIPA, COMPARTE esto e INVITA a otros a participar!
As DACA deadline approaches, please take the time to call congress to fight for a solution 478-488-8059 . We must fight for the undocumented youth to be offered the opportunity they were given from the start!
“Para Los Dreamers”
This one of a kind wooden heart will be available at our #ArtForHearts art gallery of 75 artists joining together for a great cause! Join us Friday, March 2nd at the @robertbermangallery ❤️ LINK IN BIO
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio was hammered for his commitment to the Second Amendment and the National Rifle Association during CNN’s town hall with the survivors and families of the victims of the Stoneman Douglas High School massacre.
President Trump’s tax cut bill is now supported by a majority of Americans in a new NY Times poll. Once 90%+ of Americans saw how much money they were saving, it’s pretty easy to support the bill!
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She did everything right. She sent her son to school. And he died that day because in America we care more about amendment that was written in 1791 when everyone carried a gun as it was a license now.
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Peter Wang's mother, Hui, cries as she is helped into a car with her family after the memorial service for her son at Kraeer Funeral Home in Coral Springs, #Florida, on Tuesday. The 15-year-old, who was killed while trying to help classmates escape from a gunman at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, was posthumously accepted to West Point on Tuesday “for his heroic actions on Feb. 14, 2018” and then buried in his junior #ROTC uniform.
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As the hypocrisy continues 🙄😒
__________________________________________________________________ “The Knavses, formerly of Slovenia, are living in the country on green cards, according to Michael Wildes, a New York-based immigration attorney who represents the first lady and her family. Trump has repeatedly blasted the long-standing policy of family unification as “chain migration”. But immigration experts said such a path would have been the most likely method his in-laws would have used to obtain residency that permits them to live in the United States.” #DACA#CleanDreamActNow#NoFamilyBan#immigration
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