Dreamers

Your right to dream

DREAMers Alliance & DREAMers Ally Network

Los Medanos College (LMC) will be joining California Community Colleges and the Community College League of California in advocacy and activities to support and build awareness about undocumented students throughout the state. Undocumented Student Week of Action, October 15-19, 2018, is a student-led campaign for a permanent solution to codify the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, that includes a pathway to citizenship, and also to provide support and resources to ALL undocumented students.DACA workshop

Learn to be a DACA ally from the International Institute of the Bay Area (IIBA).

Thursday 10/18/18 in L-109 from 11 - 2PM

What you need to know about the repeal of DACA 

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In solidarity as a district we will continue to offer CA Dreamers access to education and have put policies in place to keep both you and your personal information protected. (District Resolution 1-S) The California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office continues to offer support to our CA Dreamer Act. In light of the recent political climate we are committed to providing information for you and your family. Below you will find news, policies, and information on where to get assistance.

Together we are the fabric that make California Dreams!

LMC Resources

NEWS

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is still in Limbo. Read more about this topic: 

32 Colleges Expand Opportunities for Undocumented Students and their Families

Read the full statement from President Trump on ending the DACA program - LA Times

Trump Moves to End DACA and Calls on Congress to Act - NY Times

Here Are 4 Options Congress Could Take On DACA - NPR

Federal government ends DACA program, but Sacramento ‘Dreamers’ aren’t giving up - Sacramento Bee

‘You feel invisible’: How America’s fastest-growing immigrant group is being left out of the DACA conversation - The Washington Post

Wher do the 1.7 Million Asian American undosumented live? Copyright © 2017 AAPI Data

 

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Information 

Outside Organizations for Information and Legal Advice

 

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Policies and Procedures

  • Contra Costa Community College District Board Resolution 1-S
  • Learn more about the Board Resolution 1-S that was passed on January 11, 2017
  • What is FERPA?
  • The East Bay Times published an article on the resolution that began at the last December board meeting 
  • In the District becomes sanctuary article, the LMC Experience newspaper covers the results of the January 11th meeting.