DACA Resources (2017)
With the Sept. 5th, 2017 announcement ending Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), the Trump Administration has upended the lives of hundreds of thousands of young people and their families. In this moment it is important that communities are receiving accurate information about what the end of DACA means for them, and what they can do to respond.
We have collated a list of materials that we think are the most useful for community members, activists, and allies. Please share this page and these resources!
- Frequently Asked Questions: Rescission Of Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals (Department of Homeland Security)
- What Do I Need To Know About DACA? Available in English, Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, Korean (Immigration Legal Resource Center)
- Five Things You Should Know – DACA info sheet (National Immigration Law Center & United We Dream)
- Mental Health Emergency Toolkit for Organizers (United We Dream)
- Protecting Our Students – KYR Info Sheet (American Federation of Teachers)
- DACA Is and Will Always Be Constitutional (ACLU)
- Side-by-Side comparison of DACA and related legislation (National Immigration Law Center)
- PICC Facebook Live Q&A on DACA Announcement – English – Spanish
This page will be updated regularly as we find new materials.