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Real Needs, Not Fictitious Crises Account for the Situation at U.S.-Mexico Border

The real immigration crisis is not at the border, but in the failure of the federal government to address causes of migration, immigration policy, the realities of long-tenured undocumented U.S. residents, and asylum and immigration court system reform and investment. These real needs can be met, but it will require much more than the normal political grandstanding.
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Dreams Have No Borders

Titan Dreamers, a community of students from the University of Detroit Mercy who have all been impacted by DACA or are part of mixed-status families, planned an implemented the school's first Undocu-Student Week.
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SaveAsylum: Resiliency, Agency, & Hope from Desperation

Out of their desperation, migrants on the U.S.-Mexico border have carved out their own agency and activism through the SaveAsylum movement.