Black and DACAmented in the U.S.

With the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program in limbo, our Associate Web Editor Dhanya Addanki talked to Patrice Lawrence and Mwewa Sumbwe of the UndocuBlack Network about what the end of DACA could mean. This network was founded by undocumented black immigrants who wanted to center the voices of black undocumented people that are often left out of the immigration conversation. Listen in as they explore the intersections of being black and undocumented in the U.S. and the struggles and joys those identities hold.

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