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The US Supreme Court will soon decide the future of DACA, the federal program that has granted a temporary reprieve from deportation for undocumented young people, known as DREAMers. That ruling will decide the fate of more than 700,000 people in the US. On this episode, we're bringing you a story about two young DREAMers who took fate into their own hands.
In this episode:
Tawheeda Wahabzada, a former DREAMer now working as a senior researcher in Toronto, Canada; Mauricio Lopez, a former DREAMer now working and living in Mexico City, Mexico; and Steve Yale-Loehr (@syaleloehr), a lawyer and professor of immigration law at Cornell University.
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