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Resources for Marginalized Dalton State College Students: Support for Undocumented and DACA students

Books About Immigrants in Roberts Library

About this guide

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This guide seeks to be nonpartisan and focuses on student safety, wellbeing, and social justice.

Thanks to Heidi Johnson at the UNLV Libraries and her permission to borrow her work.


Support for Undocumented/DACAmented Students

Silhouettes of multi-colored professional women and menThough we tremble before uncertain futures . . . may we meet illness, death and adversity with strength . . . may we dance in the face of our fears. ~Gloria Anzaldúa

"During his presidential campaign, Donald J. Trump called DACA "illegal" and a violation of the constitution. As president, Trump has since softened his tone, but many young people protected under DACA are still fearful they'll be rounded up and deported." Claudio Sanchez "DACA, One Student's Story" nprED Mar. 9, 2017

Learn more about DACA:

Undocumented/DACAmented students face a very uncertain future under the Trump administration. Below you will find a list of resources that might help Undocumented/DACAmented students and those individuals who want to find ways to support Undocumented/DACAmented students.

Undocumented/Documented college students and youth are also often referred to as DREAMers. Learn more about the DREAM Act: proposed legislation that would benefit them.

Support for Undocumented/DACAmented Students