Life in limbo for an immigrant teen
Most DACA recipients have family ties, school and work histories, and future plans that start and end here. But they have only a fragile legal footing.
In the last few year, it's been incredible to see undocumented immigrants courageously gathering, organizing, demonstrating for reform, outing themselves as undocumented.
Isabel Castillo, immigration activist
"I met an activist who said, 'You should go back to Virginia and start to organize.' It took me about three months to send out the first e-mail."
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