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City of Seattle Creates Resources for DACA Recipients and Undocumented Immigrants in Response to Trump’s Recent Anti-immigrant Actions

by Amina Ibrahim 

This week the City of Seattle announced free legal clinics for undocumented immigrants and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) recipients as well as highlighted its scholarship fund to help cover DACA renewals. Both of these efforts are in response to the Trump administration’s anti-immigrant and refugee rhetoric and policies. Continue reading City of Seattle Creates Resources for DACA Recipients and Undocumented Immigrants in Response to Trump’s Recent Anti-immigrant Actions

Emerald Voices: Alejandra Pérez

by Sharon H Chang 

ALEJANDRA PÉREZ, 23 years old, is energetic, passionate, often fiery. On this day, and I suspect on most days, Alejandra’s eyes are bright; she is animated and lively. She has a story to tell that could leave her and her family vulnerable, but that is not going to stop her. She will do whatever it takes to fight for justice for undocumented people. Continue reading Emerald Voices: Alejandra Pérez