Despite Biden administration's move to preserve DACA, advocates and students still want more protections for Dreamers.
"Mexico never left," Vélez-Ibáñez said. "It just became English-speaking." Tejanos have a long and complicated history with the United States, a history which has lead to some of the proudest people in the poorest regions of Texas.
State Treasurer Kimberly Yee presented herself as an established, worthy Republican candidate for Arizona governor to College Republicans at ASU Monday.
Bridge the Gap provided an opportunity to learn and discuss politics among students and faculty of differing opinions.
Organizaciones como Judíos por la Justicia de Arizona se manifestaron en el centro de Phoenix por los derechos de los inmigrantes y pidieron que los funcionarios electos actúen.
Organizations such as Arizona Jews for Justice rallied in downtown Phoenix for immigrant rights and called for elected officials to take action.
La lucha por la ciudadanía de 11 millones de indocumentados recae sobre los hombros del Congreso. Los estudiantes de DACA tienen la esperanza de que los componentes principales del proyecto de ley se aprueben a pesar de la oposición partidista.
The fight for citizenship of 11 million undocumented individuals falls on the shoulders of Congress. DACA students are hopeful the main components of the bill pass despite partisan opposition.
The ASU Art Museum is featuring a new exhibition from Liz Cohen called “Body/Magic,” which shines light on issues of femininity, immigration and nonconformity.
The "Speak Out" gallery features work from students at SMHS that expresses opinions about a range of modern social and civil rights issues.
Arizona activist and former ASU associate Scott Warren found not guilty for harboring migrants on Wednesday.
While the U.S. government claims Warren was abetting illegal immigrants, he argues he was working to save lives in the Arizona desert.