"Today, 11 million undocumented people live in a state of constant uncertainty and fear that they could be ripped from their lives and the people they love at any moment. And yet these aspiring Americans continue to work, live, learn and pursue their dreams—strengthening the communities and institutions they’re an integral part of."
Spring Webinars for students, educators and entrepreneurs, this month’s Kickstarter Grant Winners, Pre-Law Fund for future law students and more.
This Spring, we’re bringing you 5 webinars to share our knowledge on topics related to income generation, career options and institutional support for undocumented students.
Congratulations to our Kickstarter Grant Winners who will receive support for his entrepreneurial project: Brayan Cruz (Tlaxcali) and Sol Lee (Ambrosia).
Liliana Campos, Mental Health Advocate at Immigrants Rising and a member of the California Psychological Association’s Immigrant Task Force, shares how her personal story of being an undocumented immigrant has allowed her to connect and build trust with the communities she helps.
Speaking out at the Women’s March, new Pre-Law Fund for students applying to law school, DACA author breaks into the publishing industry, and more.
Immigrants Rising’s Pre-Law Fund will provide grants to low-income immigrants who are planning to attend law school. We provide grants of up to $2,500.
"Grecia will keep marching forward, undeterred. She now knows that she’s not alone in the struggle. She’s found solace in groups like Immigrants Rising and her community of friends, and she has even decided to launch her own small business..."
Federal law will chill online platforms from hosting constitutionally protected speech about immigration, including information and resources immigrants need to navigate life, make informed decisions, and pursue educational and career goals. Along with Electronic Frontier Foundation, Internet Archive and Daphne Keller, we're asking the Supreme Court to strike it down.