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The often idealized American immigrant story that involves invoking the elusive “American dream” omits the experience Black and Indigenous people in the U.S.
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As we prepare for a new presidential administration, we must remember that it is imperative to always work towards justice, regardless of who the president is.
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The Saint Louis University UndocuWeek, held in February 2020, was a week of events designed to bring awareness to what it means to be undocumented in the United States and open up space for students and community members to speak, listen, share, learn, and challenge the narratives we so often hear about immigration.