The UCLA Dream Resource Center and UCLA Labor Center are launching an evaluation report created by the organizing subcommittee of the inaugural UC Cohort under the UCLA Dream Summer Fellowship. The evaluation report was developed by undocumented students for students, educators, staff, and institutions to highlight the resource disparities across the University of California (UC) campuses through the lens of undocumented students’ experiences.
On February 18, 2022 at 10:30 AM PST, the UCLA Dream Resource Center will host a webinar to present the contents of the evaluation report and answer any questions about the creation of the report.
Register for the webinar at tinyurl.com/undocuexperiences
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The Undocumented Student-Led Network, along with the UCLA labor center and faculty members of several UC campuses, have put together a class that will be offered in the Winter quarter across UC Campuses. Labor Studies 188 (name subject to change depending on your campus) will focus on navigating the immigrant youth movement throughout the decades. We will be hosting an info session in regards to enrollment for the class this upcoming
Friday, November 12 at 6pm on zoom
Immigration Reform Now! Town Hall
On August 18, 2021 at 1:00 PM PST join immigrant youth student leaders, from the University of California (UC) Cohort, and the UCLA Dream Resource Center for a virtual town hall about the urgent need to pass inclusive immigration reform that provides permanent protection to the millions of immigrants who are living in political limbo in the United States.
The town hall “Immigration Reform Now!” will focus on the potential immigration reform initiatives in the upcoming Senate budget reconciliation bill and will uplift the voices of immigrants who are impacted by the lack of holistic immigration reform. Now more than ever, we must listen to the voices and stories of people who are directly impacted—and who are often excluded from mainstream narratives regarding immigration—to ensure that inclusive and holistic immigration reform policies are passed.
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