The Arizona Dream Act Coalition (ADAC) presents: MX.MOVIMIENTO 2018
A cultural leadership pageant seeking AZ's next youth leader.
The Arizona Dream Act Coalition will host its first annual community pageant and leadership program for youth in the ages between 14-19 years old. Mr/Mrs/Mx Movimiento will be an opportunity for immigrant youth and young people of color to be part of a leadership program for 4 weeks in the areas of Storytelling, Communications, Advocacy, Policy, Higher Education, Professional Development, Fashion & Access to networking with local partners ...
ADAC General Meeting, Join Us!
New and exciting things are happening! The push for immigration reform is growing but the environment in Arizona is not getting any better. From denying licenses for dreamers to Tom Horne suing MCCD, the fight for justice continues and we need you. Join us at our general meeting this Wednesday at 6:30 PM at the ADAC Dream Center 701 S. Central Ave Phoenix, AZ 85004
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Stopping the bus was just the beginning. #United4Families
This week, leaders from the Arizona Dream Act Coalition, and United We Dream, engaged in an unprecedented civil disobedience and escalated action to stop a bus in the middle of deportation proceedings at the Phoenix Removal and Detention Facility, the ICE post in downtown Phoenix. This action came only hours after four other heroic DREAM leaders were arrested for chaining themselves to a fence of the ICE ...
Join us tomorrow for some coffee at our general meeting September 17th at 6:30 at the ADAC Dream Center. New and exciting things are approaching stay connected and up to date with us. Bring a friend!
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Dreamers join the March 4 Dignity
Los organizadores de este evento marcharan el 5 de Octubre en Phoenix, Arizona para defender la dignidad y respeto de toda gente sin importar el estatus migratorio, y expresar apoyo a una reforma migratoria comprensiva federal.
The organizers of this event will march Oct. 5 in Phoenix Arizona to uphold the dignity and respect of all people regardless of immigration status and express our support for a federal comprehensive ...
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The Arizona Dream Act Coalition Thanks Maricopa County Community College Board for Standing with DREAMers
Phoenix, AZ. Today, The Arizona Dream Act Coalition will attend the Maricopa County Community College District (MCCCD) Board Meeting to thank board members for allowing DREAMers to continue their college education. Recently, MCCCD received negative backlash for granting Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients ...
On Thursday night many elected officials and advocates had big smiles on their faces claiming victory. Their victory made me think about our different realities. The same day I was sitting next to Jose Patiño inside the Puente’s office and looking around a room filled with people who are directly affected by what the President would announce. I felt my heart heavy and confused. Tears of anger and disappointment came to my faces as I heard the President speak. I couldn't help but to think about my dad, my aunt, Patiño’s parents, Ma Elena, Lupita, Ma Cruz and all those ...
Breaking! Today we are glad that President Barack Obama did what's right by using his executive power. We are happy some members of our community will benefit from this program; however, we urge him to continue working towards a broader, inclusive and comprehensive solution to our broken immigration system.
Some of the key points from the announcement include:
1. 4.4 Million Parents of U.S Citizens and Green Card Holders
2. DACA is now valid for 3 years
View More of the points here >
Join us on Saturday at 10 AM at the ADAC Office (1122 E Buckeye ...
Phoenix, Arizona- In reaction to today’s Court decision in Texas v. U.S to enjoin President Obama's executive action on immigration, The Arizona Dream Act Coalition (ADAC), issued the following statement:
This decision made by an extremely conservative judge comes at no surprise: the injunction is clearly based more on politics than law, and is now part of an aggressive effort by the GOP, including our former Arizona Governor, to scare Dreamers and parents from applying.
“We will not let this temporary obstacle stop us from holding forums, encouraging people to ...