CBU freshman ‘had a breakdown’ when she learned of DOJ plan to end DACA Chantel Barcenas had an identity crisis when learning she was not a U.S. citizen. An Obama-era policy helped her find a sense of purpose — all now in fluxGrowing up in Memphis, Chantel Barcenas, 18, considered herself an all-American Girl until she got a rude awakening one day in high school: She wasn’t a United States citizen at all; she was a Mexican citizen—if only in name.
I believe this from my earlier story is worth highlighting. Happy Thanksgiving to all, including the DACA recipients I know! The ones whose jobs pay for their food, yet don’t earn them any SS nor do they obliterate the open job market, as there are more than 15,000 open jobs right now in Memphis! The ones whose income and sales tax help our communities! The ones you’ll hire to cut your lawn, but scream “IMMIGRATION” when you become aware of laws that allow them to be here! Peace and thanksgiving.
DACA ends soon, but some political maneuvers to reverse course still possible, immigration experts told crowd at Halloran CentreCome March 6, 915 former DACA recipients will leave the country daily, according to the D.C.-based Migration Policy Institute.
I hope @SCSK12Unified will be open tmw. Most parents returned to work today. Roads are not that bad. Would be great if SCS could implement a child-care system for such long closures. One day at work pays for 1 day of child care. I end the day breaking even.
@SCSK12Unified And again for Wednesday. While I understand the concern for student safety... for parents who work... it is tough!! Will SCS have to make up the days? Please tell me my second-grader won't come home with days of catch-up work to avoid such... He's done his Snow Day homework!! https://t.co/WbqyAItsBz
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Selecting a term
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