The vast majority of people in the United States support the DREAM Act.
Immigrant workers and their families from across northern Ohio rallied May 11 to protest rising deportations of parents of U.S. citizen children.
Braving the elements, undocumented youth and Latino voters from acros Indiana came out to voice opposition to Mitt Romney's extreme immigration rhetoric.
In his State of the Union address, the president described the challenges faced by undocumented youth: many of them are already responding favorably: "I'm a DREAMer and I believe myself to be an American. I have hope."
In his last words to his brother, Luna said he couldn't accomplish his dreams because there was a huge wall blocking him from fulfilling his goals.
A major topic discussed during the Take Back the American Dream conference here last week was immigrant rights and fighting for the DREAM Act.
Matias Ramos, 25, was about to board a plane during a domestic flight last year when immigration officials in Minneapolis detained him for 12 hours.
California is poised to become the first state to grant undocumented immigrant college students access to publicly funded financial aid.
In a packed auditorium at the Benito Juarez high school, hundreds of elected officials, students, community leaders and immigrant rights supporters watched as Gov. Pat Quinn signed the Illinois DREAM Act into law.
"It will take all of us to change things in corporate America," APALA President Luisa Blue said.