Activism can take on many forms. For some, it takes the form of community organizing or leading demonstrations. For others, it might take place online or at the voting booth. For Ana Angeles, a 30-year-old DACA recipient from Orange County, California, that activism has taken place in her home, assisting would-be DACA recipients with their applications.
A new fight is brewing where Republicans are, yet again, injecting immigration rhetoric. If Loretta Lynch is not confirmed, are they expecting President Obama to nominate somebody who will not agree with his immigration policies? This refusal to meet halfway or engage in meaningful negotiations is just politically infantile.
Diana Umana was hoping to stay in Georgia to be close to her family and to be able to contribute to her community. But she is doubtful that she can afford the out-of-state tuition rate that Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals grantees must pay to attend Georgia colleges. She will be looking for more affordable places elsewhere in the country to attend school.