USA: Hundreds take to streets in DC to protest Trump’s decision to end DACA

«Nine months away from graduating college and finally achieving my dream to have my degree. Without DACA I won’t be able to practice all this work for nothing, all I have done for nothing all these long hours studying working two jobs from Monday through Sunday and all this for nothing. We need DACA we need to protect DACA. So young immigrants like myself can achieve our full potential». «My dad... Еще brought me here in 1988 during a bloody civil war in El Salvador because he didn’t want me to get killed. The story of the dreamers today is not different they are running away from violence, from poverty you name it, and this country is supposed to embrace them just like they embraced me and they embraced the generations that came before us». «For young people like myself who is a DACA recipient I think that people who are opposing to DACA they are moving forward a white supremacists agenda». «If DACA is dropped down I don’t know what I a going to do because I have a baby now and I am scared. I am scared that I can’t go back to my country and I think about my future». Hundreds of protesters took to the streets in Washington DC on Tuesday to protest US President Donald Trump’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) programme. Founded by the Obama administration in 2010, the scheme gave illegal immigrants who entered the US as minors protection from deportation and eligibility for a work permit. Trump attributed his decision to end the programme to looking out for American workers and cancelling what he deemed to be an illegal policy.
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