The Dream Project, a partnership between Sacramento City College and area public schools, is but one example of the sort of educator-led projects that have sprung up across the country to protect and support undocumented children attending public...
Sixty UFT members from across the city learned how they can help immigrant students who are at risk of harassment and deportation at an immigration training session at UFT headquarters in Manhattan on Dec. 7.
Resolution to fight the Trump administration's elimination of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program and to stand with nearly 800,000 immigrants who face deportation
The UFT opposes the repeal of DACA and will work with the American Federation of Teachers to protect DACA-protected employees from wrongful termination.
These are anxious times for young people enrolled in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program that gave 800,000 immigrant youths temporary resident status and protection from deportation.
Fear and uncertainty have gripped immigrant students and UFT members registered with the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program ever since U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced in September the termination of DACA on March 5.
Federal immigration agents visited PS 58 in Maspeth, Queens, on May 11 in search of a 4th-grade student.
Fourth-grade teachers Alison Dempsey and Maria Koutras at PS 503 invited their students’ immigrant parents to share their stories of exile, sacrifice and success at the Day of Democracy, a schoolwide event timed to coincide with May Day.
Close to 1,000 demonstrators turned out for a rally in support of immigrant and worker rights in Manhattan’s Foley Square to close out a day of May Day rallies around the city and across the country.
What is the definition of “American”? According to Merriam-Webster, an American is “a native or inhabitant of any of the United States.” Unfortunately, too many residents of this country do not define “American” this way.