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ASU political science senior and DACA recipient Belen Sisa poses for a portrait in the Memorial Union on the Tempe campus on Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017. Sisa is one of 260 DACA students currently attending ASU whose future education is uncertain after President Donald Trump terminated the DACA program in September.
On this episode of The Forks Estate, podcaster Austin Westfall has a conversation with State Press politics editors Mitchell Atencio and Alexis Egeland. They focus on ASU students who are speaking out about wanting a "clean" DREAM Act. Plus, Atencio and Egeland discuss whether or not they believe Congress will pass a DREAM Act bill soon, and what the difference is between DREAM and DACA.
DACA recipients and their supporters have been calling for Congress to pass a "clean" version of the DREAM Act, including many students at ASU.
ASU political science senior and DACA recipient Belen Sisa is arrested at the Philip Hart Senate office building in Washington, D.C. on Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017.
Political science senior and DACA recipient Belen Sisa was arrested Thursday in Washington D.C. in the Philip A. Hart Senate Office Building during what one witness said was a "peaceful protest."
Protesters hold up signs in support of DACA students at a march on Hayden Lawn in Tempe, Arizona, on Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017.
ASU public service and public policy senior Jimmy Arwood holds up a sign in support of DACA students at a march on ASU's Tempe campus on Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017.
ASU club United Students for Education Equity marched in support of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival students Thursday, pushing for a “clean DREAM act” and protesting Attorney General Mark Brnovich's lawsuit against Arizona Board Of Regents.
In the wake of a growing support for undocumented DACA recipients, Arizona State University’s Undocumented Students for Education Equity club put together a phone bank on Oct. 19 to allow students and faculty to show their support for undocumented students currently attending ASU and elsewhere in the U.S.
Democratic Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema is gunning for Republican Senator Jeff Flake’s seat, hoping to be Arizona's first Democratic Senator in 20 years.
President Donald Trump’s decision to wind down the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program has deeply affected students across the nation.
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) students walk through the Tempe campus on April 7, 2015. The walk encouraged other students to demonstrate their support.
On June 3, 2016 ASU announced that former Arizona Congressman Matt Salmon would become vice president of government affairs. After serving in the House of Representatives for a total of five terms with the Republican Party, Salmon was returning to his alma mater.
ASU President Michael Crow speaks with ASU staff and students after an on-campus forum on the downtown campus on Monday, Sept. 18, 2017. During the forum, Crow discussed the University's ongoing support for DACA students.
ASU has partnered with two foundations that will help cover the DACA renewal cost for roughly 100 students over the next six months.
Participants meet for the DACA workshop hosted by ASU on Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2017 in the A.E. England building on the downtown Phoenix campus.
Students from ASU's four major campuses had the opportunity Monday to ask University President Michael Crow about ASU's initiatives in campus services, tuition and national policy.
ASU hosted an informational workshop on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program on Sept. 13 at the downtown Phoenix campus in an effort to support students and faculty impacted by President Trump's decision to rescind DACA.
On Monday evening, students sat in a classroom in Coor Hall eating pizza, drinking soda and writing letters to Arizona senators urging them to support the DREAM Act and take action to support DACA recipients.