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    'Dreamers' Give Human Face to Immigration Reformi
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    July 11, 2013 7:39 PM
    A network of young undocumented immigrants called "Dreamers" is playing a key role in advocating for immigration reform in the United States. Last year, President Barack Obama issued a directive giving many "Dreamers" semi-legal immigration status. As VOA’s Brian Padden reports, they now are speaking out publicly, talking about the human toll of deportation policies and giving the reform movement a human face.

    'Dreamers' Give Human Face to Immigration Reform

    Published July 11, 2013

    A network of young undocumented immigrants called "Dreamers" is playing a key role in advocating for immigration reform in the United States. Last year, President Barack Obama issued a directive giving many "Dreamers" semi-legal immigration status. As VOA’s Brian Padden reports, they now are speaking out publicly, talking about the human toll of deportation policies and giving the reform movement a human face.


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