Phoenix, Arizona – Aliento issued the following statement today on the filing of an amicus brief in [CASE NAME], urging the Supreme Court to stand in support of DACA recipients:Read More
Our Education & Advocacy Director, Jose Patino, is part of the task force, representing us here at Aliento to share insights from the DACA and mixed status families community!Read More
Attorney General Mark Brnovich is siding with Trump in his efforts to dissolve DACA claiming that its costing Arizona money without providing any proof.
Well here are some factsRead More
7 years today, DACA was federally implemented. Although it didn’t provide a path to citizenship, It gave many undocumented youth a chance to work, an opportunity to go to school, and protection of deportation.Read More
Aliento is presenting (IN) VISIBLE, a gallery showcase of the work produced this last year in Aliento’s Arts and Healing Workshops for DACA/undocumented youth and migrant families. This year’s theme brings migrant voices to light by transforming feelings of anxiety and invisibility into a visible celebration of our resilience and our hope.
June 15, 2019 marks the 7th year anniversary of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). Instead of celebration we hold heavy hearts and a bittersweet taste. While current applicants can continue to renew, due to Trump’s decision to rescind the program, we see many young people who are being left undocumented because they were too young to apply.
Meet German! Originally from Caborca, Sonora, German is a DACA recipient and a Senior at Bioscience High School!Read More
Meet Angélica César! She was born in California and raised in Mexico City with her mom and sister. They would later move to Arizona to seek a better life and educational opportunities. She is a graduating Senior at ASU, double majoring in Political Science and Transborder Studies with a certificate in Civic Education.Read More