DREAM Team Los Angeles was founded in advocacy and forged in activism. Undocumented youth activists advocating for the rights of the undocumented immigrant community. We took to the streets to fight for the Federal DREAM Act, legislation that would have granted a pathway to U.S. citizenship for undocumented youth, an almost 10 year battle to achieve its vote in Congress. When legislation failed in 2010 we directed our attention to President Obama to use his executive authority to grant administrative relief to the undocumented community. Through the use of peaceful, non-violent civil disobedience actions we achieved the policies of DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) and DAPA (Deferred Action and Parental Accountability). This is a brief look at our actions.
Share Your Comments on AB 60 / Comparte Su Opinion sobre AB 60
"Spread the word! The DMV is having two hearings next week to receive public comments on the draft regulations for the driver's license law for undocumented immigrants. This is the time for the community to speak up and make sure the application process is fair and accessible!" "Pasen la voz! Audiencia del DMV para escuchar las recomendaciones de la comunidad para la implementación de la ley de las licéncias de manejo para indocumentados. Volante en español viene pronto." In Los Angeles, next Tuesday, June 24 in Downtown! Please come out and provide your input. Courtesy of the California Immigrant Policy ...
Dream Team Los Angeles, Immigrant Youth Coalition-LA, and More to Protest Deportations, Saturday 4/5
For immediate release: Wednesday April 4, 2014 California, All Out Against Deportations Los Angeles, CA - DREAM Team Los Angeles & Los Angeles Immigrant Youth Coalition will join statewide and national efforts to demand President Obama to use his executive authority to stop all deportations and grant administrative relief to all undocumented immigrants. We will also be demanding that the city of Los Angeles show initiative by ending its collaboration with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The president has deported nearly 2 million immigrants in his time in the White House, and has placed millions more in immigration detention centers ...