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DREAM Activists and the Immigrant Rights Movement Tens of thousands of youth graduate high school each year in the US with an inherited title: "undocumented immigrant." Passage of the DREAM Act would make many undocumented young people legal residents, start them on a path to citizenship and make them eligible for financial aid if they finish college or serve in the military. While Congress considers—and delays—passage, legislators in states nationwide are debating and passing measures of their own. And a new generation of activists are "outing" themselves as undocumented Americans, giving the immigrant rights movement a new, more aggressive face. What is the status of the national DREAM Act campaign, and those being pursued state-by-state? Are the new activist strategies proving effective? And what are the political implications of young, undocumented immigrants taking a central role in the movement for immigrant rights? 414 views
International Migrants and the Right to the City Evans Jadotte presents his note: International Migration, Remittances and Labor Supply: The case of the Republic of Haiti at Conference on Development and Information Technologies. Please watch the video for more details. For more information access: http://www.uoc.edu/portal/english/estudis/estudis.html