“One of the reasons that the safety net is so crucial is that the consequences of a major disaster hit the hardest the people who have the least,” says Olivia Golden, executive director of the Center for Law and Social Policy.
DACA Has Been Rescinded. Now What?
The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program provided hundreds of thousands of eligible immigrants a reprieve from deportation and a two-year work permit. These "Dreamers" were able to access education and thrive economically. But following the Trump Administration's decision to end DACA, their future is unclear. CLASP is providing resources to help Dreamers, advocates, and policymakers navigate this difficult time.