This clash reached a fever pitch during the election season when my grandparents’ support of Donald Trump caused full blown arguments between them and my liberal cousins and aunts.
Life can take you anywhere but you have to believe that everything will be the best for you.
I don’t think the US needs to deport undocumented immigrants because there is enough room here and they aren’t hurting anyone. They are more afraid than they are disgraceful.
Many people are afraid to leave their house because they are afraid of getting deported.
On the eve of Donald Trump’s first address to a Joint Session of Congress, the nation sits in anticipation to hear his agenda for his administration. But how will his plans affect the lives of youth across the country?
As Trump rolls out new immigration policies, how are young people affected?
“I wonder about Buddhist temples and Japanese spaces of community during World War II America. What was that atmosphere like? Was it like this? The grief of marginalized people is universal. And that is a horrifying comfort, if we can even call it that.”
Juan Prieto, a UC Berkeley senior and DACA student, will graduate in May 2017. He worries that his plans for work and law school might become impossible under the Trump administration.
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