We will be co-hosting a virtual town hall with MICUSS TOMORROW 5/31 to PREPARE. If you have ANY DACA related questions please submit them here: https://bit.ly/DACAQuestion You will also be able to ask questions on the live feed during the... Read More ›
The webinar will include strategies and support for faculty and staff to advocated effectively on their campus, an overview of California’s efforts to develop emergency aid at community colleges, an update regarding the California Community College lawsuit against Betsy Devos... Read More ›
Join HEFAS for their 6th annual summit hosted online June 5th and 7th dedicated to immigrant workers and families! HEFAS is the undocumented student organization at De Anza College, a community college in Cupertino, California, dedicated to empowering students, building... Read More ›
All students are invited to attend the 2nd Annual Immigrant and Refugee Chicago Student Summit. The event will feature sessions on financial aid/scholarship, careers, mental health, immigration legislation, and saving money at City Colleges of Chicago during high school and... Read More ›
If you're graduating from High School or College please continue reading. Graduating is an important milestone for everyone, but for us, undocumented students, it is more than just a milestone, it is a win. Regardless of all the challenges we... Read More ›
In celebration of DACA still being alive, join us on Friday June 26th at 2pm EST/ 11am PST for our "Friday Immigration Check-in's" where we will spotlight DACAmented or formerly undocumented Harvard staff professionals who will share advice and personal... Read More ›
This is a space created by Laura who is a "Mexicana, previous first generation and undocumented student (high school through my masters degree prior to DACA) who is currently living on Nisenan peoples land." Laura currently works with undocumented students,... Read More ›
Black Undocumented Spaces will be a series of virtual gatherings BY AND FOR Black undocumented people across various academic levels to engage, support, and build community. We will prioritize exploring the complexity of what it means to be undocumented and... Read More ›
With a focus on early career researchers and eye on impact, this conference is free, internationally-minded and open to all. It seeks to provide a meeting-ground for the fertilization of new approaches to what has become, in the last two decades, an established field of global migration research and action.
Join us in conversation with Karla Cornejo Villavicencio, author of “The Undocumented Americans.” At a time when the fabled American Dream is turning into a nightmare for so many, Ms. Cornejo Villavicencio's searing debut is an incandescent and fearless indictment against the dark systemic forces of racism and immigration injustice. This event is co-sponsored by: Cornell Law School, Cornell Dean of Students Office, Dream Team, the Department of Romance Studies, and AltBreaks.
Panelists, with diverse experiences, will share about the paths they took toward higher education and/or career, how they have been supported (or not) along the way, and what resources they used and created to get to where they are today. Through storytelling, participants will be allowed the opportunity to learn how Undocumented students navigate, challenge, and overcome barriers upheld by state and federal laws, institutional polices, and individual prejudice. Facilitators will guide participants through key ideas from each story and together identify tangible action items that can be brought back to work spaces.
The University of San Francisco (USF) School of Education hosts a discussion about the book "We Are Not Dreamers: Undocumented Scholars Theorize Undocumented Life in the United States" edited by Leisy Abrego (UCLA) and Genevieve Negrón-Gonzales (USF). The co-editors as well as Joel Sati, Liliana Ramirez, Lucia Leon & Gabriela Garcia Cruz will join the panel discussion moderated by Professor Monisha Bajaj (USF).
Immigrants Rising is hosting an UndocuLGBTQ+ Support Group. Dates: 6 consecutive Mondays beginning on August 16, 2021 Time: 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. PT / 8:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. ET Event description: "Being LGBTQ in a heteronormative society isn’t easy,... Read More ›
Everyone has experienced the loss of something, someone, or some opportunity, which has significantly impacted their daily functioning. The focus of this group is to answer the following questions: What is grief? What kinds of losses lead to grief? What are the physiological signs of grief? What are culturally acceptable ways to grieve? In addition to answering these questions, we will learn how to apply healthy self-care interventions to help ourselves and others as they go through the grieving process. Group participation is paramount, as the facilitator will guide the group to understand, appreciate, and construct a framework for grief and loss within a cultural experience. At some point in our lives, we will have the task of making sense of loss; let’s address this task with humility, confidence, and acceptance.
How do you navigate life as an undocumented parent? As family can take many different shapes and forms, this support group is open to undocumented individuals who are mothers, fathers, parents, and guardians. We will have a space to explore the different ways in which an undocumented status influences our lives and experiences as parents, and vice versa. We will collaboratively identify and practice approaches to managing through challenging and difficult moments that arise from our unique identities. We will also use space to gain awareness of our skills, values, and hopes as parents.
This workshop is for undocumented students considering graduate school. We will discuss key reasons why you might choose to pursue graduate school and possible career paths with a graduate degree (with or without DACA) and key factors to consider when... Read More ›
This workshop is for undocumented students considering graduate school. The Meet and Greet will provide an opportunity for current Faculty and Grad Students to discuss their research with participants, including current research projects and specific advice for prospective undocumented graduate... Read More ›
This workshop is for undocumented students considering graduate school. This Meet and Greet will provide an opportunity for Faculty and Grad Students to discuss their research with participants, including current research projects and specific advice for prospective undocumented graduate students.... Read More ›
This workshop is for undocumented students considering graduate school. In this session we will focus on creating an action plan to stay organized and meet important application deadlines. We will also discuss how to begin connecting with current graduate students... Read More ›
Bo Daraphant, an undocumented artist from Thailand, is leading an art and activism workshop called “Undocumented Art” in person at California Institute of the Arts on Friday March, 17, 2023. “Join our art and activism workshop, celebrating the transformative power... Read More ›
UndocuCuties, hosted by YTienePapeles, is an opportunity for undocumented communities and allies to meet each other in person, build community, and have fun! UndocuCuties is going on tour in Southern California at the beginning of June. Check out the dates... Read More ›
NAKASEC is hosting an online workshop over Zoom on June 15, 2023 for undocumented individuals and allies to learn how to polish their professional portfolio including their resume and their LinkedIn profile. From NAKASEC: "Join us for our "Building Your... Read More ›
NAKASEC’s community call this month will “share legislative updates and cover the current status of immigration bills in Congress, including the Dignity Act, Registry, and Dream and Promise Act. We will also have time to discuss, share our thoughts, and ask questions. This community call is for undocumented individuals and allies who want to learn more about current immigrant justice advocacy in Congress.”
On Wednesday 9/27 at 6:00pm PST, UURISE will present information and updates regarding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and Advance Parole via Zoom. UURISE will also discuss the type of support and services that they provide for DACA beneficiaries working their renewal applications.