Meanwhile, in Atlanta, another immigration activist, DREAMer Jessica Colotl, is fighting her possible deportation, after the Trump administration revoked her DACA status, which gives her permission to live, work and study in the United States. In 2010, while Colotl was a student at Kennesaw State University, she was arrested, jailed for 37 days and threatened with deportation for driving without a license. After a successful campaign by her fellow students to win her freedom, she became one of the faces of the movement to pass the DREAM Act to protect undocumented students. Colotl is now working as an immigration paralegal, and she’s suing to get her DACA reinstated.
Trump Administration Revokes DACA for DREAMer Jessica Colotl
HeadlineMay 15, 2017