Published July 21, 2021.
“I’ve had DACA since 2012. I’ve been undocumented since 2001. And I’m 31 years old and I want to have peace of mind and live a normal life.” — Ju Hong, Immigrants Rising’s Leadership Council Member.
“It’s important that we highlight the intersectionality of being both Black and undocumented because of the way in which Black immigrants are disproportionately impacted by this immigration system.” — Denea Joseph, Co-Founder of Black Immigrants Got Talent (funded by Immigrants Rising).
In this podcast, Ju Hong and Denea Joseph join KQED Forum host Mina Kim to share how the new DACA ruling issued by a Texas federal court judge affects DACA recipients and why it’s important to have a more permanent pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants.
Read the full story: After Texas Court Ruling, What’s the Future for Young Immigrants and DACA Recipients? (KQED)