Dreamer’s Fate Should Not be Left to the Courts’ Decisions on DACA —

What is the future of immigrant youth? Picture of youth folkloric dance group in a Hispanic festival in Washington DC on September of 2017. Credits: Ernesto Castañeda
DACA recipients and the children of immigrants who are given the change to attend college become part of the American middle class. Day without Immigrants March, Washington, DC, February 16, 2017.
DACA recipients and the children of immigrants who are given the change to attend college become part of the American middle class. Day without Immigrants March, Washington, DC, February 16, 2017.
Several groups staged protests in front of the White House on September of 2017 against rumors that Trump would end DACA. Photos by Ernesto Castañeda © 2017.
The U.S. Supreme Court of Justice as a human institution not an embodiment of the divine. Photo by Castañeda.
Historically and today social movements demand for the integration of excluded groups. Rights are demanded not given. Photos and collage by Ernesto Castañeda © 2018.

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Ernesto Castañeda is the author of “A Place to Call Home” and “Building Walls.”

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Ernesto Castañeda

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Ernesto Castañeda is the author of “A Place to Call Home” and “Building Walls.”

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