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Stand Up. An attack on one is an attack on all.

DREAMers Need Immediate Relief

Without question, the most vulnerable group in Trump’s America is immigrants. Because Trump terminated DACA, over 10,000 Dreamers are estimated to have already lost their protections, and nearly 1,000 more will lose DACA each week and become vulnerable to Trump’s deportation force.

To be indivisible means to treat an attack on one as an attack on all—that is why we are calling on Congress to pass a clean Dream Act.

There is bipartisan support for the Dream Act in both the Senate and House. The majority of Americans do not want to pour billions of their tax dollars to fund Trump’s mass deportation machine. Demand that Congress pass the Dream Act. Now.



Now that Donald Trump has yanked protection away from immigrant youth, it is now up to Congress to take action. Every day that goes by is a day in which the lives of immigrant youth are placed at risk. 

Ask your members of Congress to become Dream Heroes now!

Who are Dream Heroes? They are members of Congress who pledge to fight alongside Dreamers. On December 8, Congress voted to kick the can down the road two weeks by passing a short-term funding bill. On December 21, they passed another short-term funding bill and delayed again. If they haven’t passed the Dream Act by January 19, when this latest short-term funding bill expires, then a Dream Hero will insist on including the Dream Act as part of every spending bill until the Dream Act passes. The pledge is that they will only commit to vote on a “continuing resolution” that has the Dream Act attached. Call your MoC and tell them: A vote on a continuing resolution without the Dream Act, is a vote to deport Dreamers—no Dream, no CR.


Click your state. Get the script. Demand action.


Help spread the word:

Tell your friends to demand that their members of congress take the pledge.