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Unauthorized Immigrant Youths Rise Up Nationwide

Remember what it was like when you had a dream?
 
 
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It's a story that has been told time and time again.  It has been written in poems.  It has been captured in photos.  It has been screened in videos

If you're on the Internet and you haven't heard of the DREAM Act, you're not doing it right.  Seriously, just throw your computer out the window right now.  Keeping your computer is not worth your money or your time...

If you're still here, I'll let you get away with watching this video:

A Dream Deferred. from Jeesoo Park on Vimeo.

Today, in one of the most impressive youth-led campaigns of the contemporary migrant rights movement, hundreds of youth from over 15 states will converge on Washington D.C. to demonstrate for the DREAM Act.  For those who cannot make it solidarity actions will be planned in a dozen states.  The National DREAM Act Graduation Day on June 23, 2009  "will underscore the importance of advancing the 'DREAM Act' and the 'American Dream Act' to give these youth a chance to attend college and pursue their goals."

If you won't be in D.C. or you can't be at one of the
solidarity actions, make sure you take
10 actions in favor the the DREAM Act.

Kyle de Beausset is the founder of Citizen Orange .

 
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