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THE ARIZONA DREAM ACT COALITION IS AN IMMIGRANT YOUTH-LED ORGANIZATION FOCUSING ON THE FIGHT FOR HIGHER EDUCATION AND IMMIGRANT RIGHTS.

In 2006 Arizona passed Proposition 300, requiring undocumented youth to pay out-of-state tuition to attend college and made them ineligible to receive merit-based public scholarships. Prop 300 was the first law targeted at immigrant students. Many students dropped out of school and went deeper into the shadows. Yet, a small group of students from Arizona State University began a support group in which they were able to embrace their stories as immigrant youth. This group was the founder of the ADAC, whose members have long ago stepped out of the shadows and announced their status as “Undocumented and Unafraid.

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Arizona Original Dreamers

Chapter of ADAC
We are a group of parents fighting for a just immigration reform for all. We are a chapter of the Arizona Dream Act Coalition thinking about the needs of our community, and informing about political and social advances in our country.

Dream Guardians

Chapter of ADAC
Arizona Dream Guardians is a group of parents of "dreamers" and allies, that work together to support young undocumented students to achieve their dream; federal approval of the "Dream Act"

Parents and Youth in Action

Chapter of ADAC
Our mission is to empower immigrant parents and youth, and to promote civic engagement to achieve equality of academic opportunities in the immigrant community of Arizona.

Queer Undocumented Immigrant Project

Chapter of ADAC
The Queer Undocumented Immigrant Project (Q.U.I.P.) strives to fully integrate the undocumented LGBTQ identities as well as their allies providing valuable resources and support towards acceptance.