Philosophy Mixed: DACA and Immigration

By Kimberly Clay
Program Director

As a Hispanic-serving institution and a school with a large population of Latinx students, DACA and immigration policy impacts Texas State University, the faculty and students that call it home. For years, DACA has allowed undocumented students who were brought to the U.S. as children to get an education and start their careers. These DREAMers are now facing uncertainty about the future of their education and documentation.

In this episode, Kimberly sits down with women who study immigration policy, philosophy, and who are impacted by decisions on DACA.

For campus and community resources for undocumented students, we recommend checking out these programs:

Mano Amiga
Hombres Unidos
Latinas Unidas
SCOPE Student Community of Progressive Empowerment
USAC Underrepresented Student Advisory Council

Featured image by Kimberly Clay.

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