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Southern California Public Radio
March 15, 2011 | Southern California Public Radio
"Coming Out" Undocumented: A DREAM Act Strategy Becomes a Rite of Passage

Last week in Orange County, a line of about two dozen young people snaked around the side of a meeting hall. Mostly college students, they awaited their turn at the podium in the front of the room. Some looked confident, others a little shaky. A girl with long brown hair stepped up to the microphone. “Hello, my name is Estefania,” she began, “and I’m undocumented and unafraid.”

 

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School Librarian Review
March 10, 2011 | School Librarian | Jess deCourcy Hinds
School Librarian Review of "Papers"

Several of the teenagers profiled in this film, including high school AP scholars and valedictorians, did not know they were undocumented immigrants until they applied to college and the door was slammed in their faces. Rather than give up, many of them became activists, promoting the DREAM Act, which would offer undocumented students a path to citizenship through higher education or the military. .

 

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Dosomething.org
March 8, 2011 | Dosomething.org |  
Student Alliance Project (previously the "Papers" Youth Crew)

The Student Alliance Project emerged out of the “Papers” Youth Crew, students who helped produce and distribute the documentary film, “Papers: Stories of Undocumented Youth,” which has screened in all 50 states and at the U.S. Capitol. Over 350 youth in the Portland-Vancouver area and 750 youth nationwide participated in the film’s production and distribution and through this the demand for more leadership opportunities became clear.

 

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Portland State University students Enrique Farrera, 29, a graduate student studying post-secondary education, Cindy Reyes, 18, an undergraduate, and Diego Hernandez, 23, a social work major, watched an emotional Senate committee hearing on a television in the Capitol lobby Thursday.
March 3, 2011 | The Oregonian | Bill Graves
Oregon Senate Hearing on Tuition Equity

Portland State University students Enrique Farrera, 29, a graduate student studying post-secondary education, Cindy Reyes, 18, an undergraduate, and Diego Hernandez, 23, a social work major, watched an emotional Senate committee hearing on a television in the Capitol lobby Thursday. The hearing was on a bill that would allow some students brought to Oregon illegally to attend Oregon universities and pay in-state tuition rates. They now must pay out-of-state tuition, which is three times as high.

 

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Woodburn High School senior Erik Tapia
February 28, 2011 | Woodburn Independent | Lindsay Keefer
Documentary to Focus on Adversity of Undocumented Youth

WOODBURN — Woodburn High School senior Erik Tapia is working to bring more awareness about the plight of undocumented youths to the community.

 

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Molina SDREAM Act to Get Vote
February 25, 2011 | Colorlines | Channing Kennedy
Six Documentaries Not on the Oscar List, but That Should be on Yours

A film exploring immigration through the stories of undocumented youth who are turning 18 and, notably, made in large part by the youth themselves.

 

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Molina SDREAM Act to Get Vote
February 19, 2011 | The Oregonian | Editorial Board
Igniting Brainpower to Fuel our State

That's why we're glad to see a swarm of Oregon legislators -- 11 Democrats and five Republicans -- sounding a kind of bipartisan brain alarm. They're pushing for Senate Bill 742, which would offer a narrow remedy: in-state college tuition for some high school students brought to Oregon illegally.

 

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Molina SDREAM Act to Get Vote
February 13, 2011 | Nick News with Linda Ellerbee
Beyond I Have a DREAM

"Papers" Youth Producer, Vanessa, one of four youth talking about their work for social justice in the spirit of MLK.
Also available FREE on iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/ru/podcast/nick-news-with-linda-ellerbee/id400203724

 

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Notes From The Beach
February 1, 2011 | Notas from the Beach | Julio Salgado
"Papers" explores what it means to be queer and undocumented.

Last week, I met up with queer undocumented activist Jorge Gutierrez in Santa Ana, Calif. to interview him for an article I'm writing for Briarpatch Magazine. Jorge was nice enough to bring along a DVD copy of the documentary "Papers: Stories of Undocumented Youth."

 

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Julio Salgado
January 13, 2011 | Out in the 562 | Phillip Zonkel
Julio Salgado is out and proud; he's gay, undocumented

Julio Salgado is out and proud. He's gay and undocumented. He is also an extraordinary artist and illustrator who favors passage of the DREAM Act.

For more than a decade, Julio Salgado lived in the shadows like thousands of other undocumented, gay young people.

 

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The Herald Sun
January 2011 | The Herald Sun | Dawn Baumgartner Vaughan
Who the DREAM Act would benefit

DURHAM -- There are an estimated 2 million undocumented immigrant children in the United States. Of those, 65,000 will graduate high school this year. In the documentary, "Papers: Stories of Undocumented Youth," young people come out of the shadows and tell their own stories of what passage of the DREAM Act would have meant to them.

 

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Hector Lopez
January 5, 2011 | Colorlines | Julianne Hing
DREAMer Hector Lopez Finally Comes Home, Still Faces Deportation

The first meal 21-year-old Hector Lopez had with his family after arriving back in the Portland, Oregon, suburb of Milwaukie was a Christmas eve dinner at home on December 24. A honey baked ham, mashed potatoes and all the fixings.

 

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The Oregonian
December 21, 2010 | The Oregonian | Jessica Ritter
DREAM's on the Rise Now, and Nothing Can Kill It

Think youth activism in the U.S. is dead? Think again. Many Americans who are committed to issues of social and economic justice bemoan the current state of activism among young adults. They are often portrayed as apathetic and uninformed young people who would rather spend hours on Facebook than lobby a legislator or attend a political rally.

 

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Bob Edwards Show
October 18, 2010 | Bob Edwards Weekend Radio Show
Documentary Filmmakers Anne Galisky

Every year, it's estimated that 65,000 undocumented students graduate from high school. At that point, the young adults without social security numbers aren't able to work and most aren't able to pursue college. In her documentary film "Papers: Stories of Undocumented Youth," ANNE GALISKY chronicles the lives of these young people and their struggle to get authorized to live in the country they call home.

 

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Bob Edwards Show
October 18, 2010 | Bob Edwards Weekend Radio Show
Undocumented Immigrant and DREAM Act-ivist Isabel Castillo

ISABEL CASTILLO graduated high school with a perfect GPA, but her prospects for a career in social work have come to a halt. Castillo doesn't have a social security number because her parents crossed the border and brought her to Harrisonburg, Virginia from Mexico when she was six years old. Bob visited the community to talk with Castillo, her friends, and teachers to discuss why they support the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act, better known as the DREAM Act, which would help place such young students on a path to citizenship.

 

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Molina SDREAM Act to Get Vote
September 14, 2010 | Huffington Post | Ryan Grim
DREAM Act To Get Vote On Senate Floor: Reid

The DREAM Act will get a vote on the Senate floor next week as part of the defense reauthorization bill as will repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell policy.

 

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Molina Soleil and SoulAju
August 23, 2010 | FRONTIERS WEB | Lesley Goldberg
DREAMmaker : A queer undocumented youth’s work to achieve the DREAM Act

"A queer undocumented youth's work to achieve the DREAM Act, Jorge is one of students featured in "Papers."

 

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Chronicle Higher Education
July 20,2010 | The Chronicle of Higher Education
University Presidents Calls for Stand-Alone Passage of DREAM Act

A small group of university presidents today called for immediate passage of legislation that would provide an easier path to citizenship for illegal immigrants who have spent two years in college or in the military.

 

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Molina Soleil and SoulAju
June 11, 2010 | Reverb | Eryc Eyl
The Mile High Makeout: Soulaju’s positive hip-hop is good for the soul

"Papers" Music Supervisor Molina Soleil and SoulAju offer up hip-hop that's good for the soul. You can hear SoulAju's original music in "Papers" and in the upcoming "Papers" soundtrack.

 

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The Hill
May 24, 2010 | The Hill | Alexander Bolton
“Durbin’s Dream Act could run afoul of Schumer’s bill”

Sen. Dick Durbin is soft-pedaling his Dream Act immigration bill for fear of undercutting the comprehensive reform pushed by his Democratic leadership rival, Sen. Charles Schumer.

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Congress of the Unites States Event
May 18, 2010 | Congressional Event | Washington, D.C.
Reception for the Documentary Film "Papers"

In an escalation of protest tactics, five immigrants dressed in caps and gowns held a sit-in on Monday at the Tucson offices of Senator John McCain, calling on him to sponsor legislation to open a path to legal status for young illegal immigrants.

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Dream Act
May 17, 2010 | New York Times | Julia Preston
“Illegal Immigrant Students Protest at McCain Office”

In an escalation of protest tactics, five immigrants dressed in caps and gowns held a sit-in on Monday at the Tucson offices of Senator John McCain.

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Tam Tran & Cinthya Felix
May 15, 2010 |   | Samuel Sukaton
“Fight On”

An homage to two beloved young immigration reform leaders, Tam Tran & Cinthya Felix who were killed in a car crash in Trenton, Maine on May 15th.

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Anne Galisky & Rebecca Shine
April 28, 2010 | Citizens for Immigrants | Rebecca Shine
“Remember When We Were Strangers”

“Papers” Producer Rebecca Shine shares some of the reasons why she produced the film about undocumented, immigrant youth.

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New York Times
April 23, 2010 | New York Times | Randal C. Archibold
Arizona Enacts Stringent Law on Immigration

Gov. Jan Brewer of Arizona signed the nation’s toughest bill on illegal immigration into law on Friday. Its aim is to identify, prosecute and deport illegal immigrants. The move unleashed immediate protests and reignited the divisive battle over immigration reform nationally.

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New York Times
April 17, 2010 | New York Times | Editorial
Arizona Goes Over the Edge

The Arizona Legislature has just stepped off the deep end of the immigration debate, passing a harsh and mean-spirited bill that would do little to stop illegal immigration. What it would do is lead to more racial profiling, hobble local law enforcement, and open government agencies to frivolous, politically driven lawsuits.

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El Gato
April 5, 2010 | Tucson Weekly | Samantha Ferrell
Undocumented Youth

The film's genesis was in Portland, Ore., as a partnership between youth-activist group El Grupo Juvenil and film company Graham Street Productions, and the film is coming to Arizona with a national perspective on the issue.

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El Gato
April 1, 2010 | The Harvard Crimson | By Elizabeth C. Pezza
Living in the Shadows

Their hopes of immigration reform repeatedly unfulfilled, undocumented students endure an effectively unforeseeable future. "Silence means that I do not exist. I walked for four years in and out of classrooms; I do not exist. I finished my expository writing papers; I do not exist. I received my Harvard diploma this past June; I do not exist.”

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MSN Latino
May 15, 2010 | MSN Latino | Susana Irles
  Documental saca de las sombras las vidas truncadas de jóvenes indocumentados  

Washington, 15 mar (EFE).- El documental "Papeles", de la directora Anne Galisky, retrata las vidas de jóvenes indocumentados, la mayoría de ellos hispanos, que han crecido en Estados Unidos y ven su futuro truncado al cumplir 18 años.

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El Gato
March 15, 2010 | El Gato | Argelia Martinez
Papers the Movie tugs at the heart

Papers is a documentary film that focuses on the compelling stories of undocumented youths and the challenges they face when they realize that they have no career in the United States due to...

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The Mario Solis-Marich Show
March 12, 2010 | Mario Solis Marich Show | Mario Solis
“Papers” Producer on Mario Solis Marich Show
Rebecca Shine is the Producer of the documentary “Papers.” She joins Mario to discuss the screening of “Papers” at CU Boulder and “Coming Out Of The Shadows” protests.
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CNN - Trail of Dreams
March 12, 2010 | CNN | Rick Sanchez
Four undocumented students aim to raise awareness...
On January 1st, four immigrant students left Miami, Florida for a four month-long journey to Washington, DC – on foot. These brave students are walking the “Trail of Dreams” in order to unite support for just and humane immigration reform and highlight the urgent need for change.
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Obama Links Immigration Overhaul in 2010 to G.O.P. Backing
March 11, 2010 | New York Times | Julia Preston
Obama Links Immigration Overhaul in 2010...
In advance of the March 21 Immigration Reform March on Washington, young immigrants in cities across the country are holding “coming out parties” where they disclose publicly that they do not have legal immigration status. In downtown Chicago on Wednesday, eight immigrants made such declarations. Among them was Tania, a 26-year-old student from Mexico, who stood by a sign that read “Undocumented and Unafraid.”
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Undocumented and unafraid
March 10, 2010 | Chicago Tribune | Mary Schmich
Undocumented and Unafraid
Undocumented and Unafraid: Participants march in Union Park in Chicago Wednesday as part of the Immigrant Youth Justice League’s national immigration rights mobilization. The group proceeded to the Federal Plaza in downtown Chicago, where they continued the demonstration.
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Huffington Post
March 10, 2010   | Huffington Post | Mario Solis Marich
The Broken Senate Breaks Dreams
“Papers” follows a number of our nation’s top high school graduates as they deal with the reality of being undocumented and discarded by a political system that seems to respond only when the rich and powerful need welfare, compassion, and government action.
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Mario  Solis Marich Show
March 10, 2010 | Mario Solis Marich Show | Mario Solis
“Papers” Music Director on Mario Solis Marich Show
Molina Soleil is the Music Director for the documentary “Papers” and a member of hip-hop group Soulaju. He joins Mario to discuss his original music in the film “Papers.”
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Dream Activist-org
March 5 | DreamActivist.org | Mohammad
National Coming Out of the Shadows Week
National Coming Out of the Shadows Week – March 15 to 21st
March 10th is National Coming Out Day. In Chicago, the Immigrant Youth Justice League will be holding a rally and a march to launch a week-long “coming out” of undocumented youth across the country. In other cities and towns, students are coming out to their friends on a much smaller scale. Whether big or small, consider participating in the National Coming Out Day and weeks by coming out!
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Firedoglake Chat
Jan. 4, 2010 | Firedoglake | Lisa Derrick
"Papers" Director Online Chat with Firedoglake
Papers the Movie: Stories of Undocumented Youth delivers the poignant stories of five undocumented students whose life in the United States is colored daily by their lack “papers.” Without proof of their immigrant status, it is against the law for them to drive or work, and it is difficult or impossible for them to get into college....
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New York Times - Papers' Article
PHOTO: Oscar Hidalgo for The New York Times
Jan. 1, 2010 | New York Times | Julia Preston
To Overhaul Immigration, Advocates Alter Tactics
Lacing up new pairs of walking shoes with a flourish, four immigrant students set out on foot from downtown Miami on Friday, starting a four-month walk to Washington to protest what they called the Obama administration’s lack of action on legislation granting legal status to illegal immigrants...
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New York Times - Papers' Article
PHOTO: Jessica Kourkounis for The New York Times
Dec. 15, 2009 | New York Times | Randal C. Archibold
New Immigration Bill Is Introduced in House
The on-again, off-again drive to overhaul the nation’s immigration laws moved back to Congress on Tuesday with the introduction of legislation that would open a path to legal status for millions of illegal immigrants. The bill, introduced by Representative Luis V. Gutierrez, Democrat of Illinois, was seen as the opening volley in what Democrats and Republicans expect to...
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aldiatx
Nov. 21, 2009 | aldiatx | JULIÁN RESÉNDIZ
Exhortan generar más apoyo público para el Dream Act
Los estudiantes indocumentados deben trabajar más duro para que se apruebe una ley federal que les concedería residencia legal, ya que sus detractores han sabido ser más eficientes ante los medios de comunicación y miembros del Congreso.
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Nov. 18, 2009 | My Fox Houston | Duarte Geraldino
Papers Screening in Houston, TX
HOUSTON - More than 200 people attended a screening of a 'Papers The Movie' at the Ripley Houston. The documentary looks at the struggles facing undocumented immigrants studying in the U.S. Many Texas students may never become U.S. citizens...
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Nov. 12, 2009 | CNN with Rick Sanchez  
Papers the Movie Director and Walter Lara on CNN
Anne Galisky from Papers the Movie and Walter Lara on CNN talk about the new documentary and the DREAM Act. No copyright infringement intended...
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Resolution 09-134
Oct. 29, 2009 | The Multnomah County Board of Commissioners | Portland Oregon
  Resolution Urging the United States Congress and the President to Support the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minor (DREAM) Act  
The Multnomah County Board of Commissioners Finds...
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Nick Fish
Oct. 22, 2009 | El Hispanic News | Julie Cortez
  Consejo de la Ciudad de Portland da apoyo al Acto DREAM  
Portland, OR — El Consejo de la Ciudad de Portland pasó una resolución el miércoles pasado declarando su apoyo para el Acto de Desarrollo, Apoyo y Educación para Menores (DREAM)...
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Jewish Report
Oct. 19, 2009 | Jewish Review | Brooke Wheatley
Film explores plight of immigrant youth
Imagine if you did not have the right to live in the country where you grew up. Imagine that you couldn’t work or drive. Imagine you couldn’t apply for a state ID or get on an airplane...
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The Oregonian
Oct. 14, 2009 | The Oregonian | Gosia Wozniacka
  Portland council endorses federal proposal to offer legal status to immigrant students  
Inspired by watching a film about undocumented youth, the Portland City Council passed a resolution Wednesday supporting a federal proposal to grant legal status to undocumented youth...
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South Los Angeles Report
Oct. 5, 2009 | South Los Angeles Report | Shirin Parsavand
Telling the stories of undocumented youth
A new documentary that depicts the struggles of undocumented immigrant youths and the effort to help them become citizens will be screened on Tuesday in Gardena...
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Portland Upside
Oct. 3, 2009 | Portland Upside | Sara and Rob Bednark
Out of Shadows and onto the big screen
On Sept. 26, the documentary “Papers” launched its national tour at the Hollywood Theatre in Portland, Oregon. That’s because the filmmakers, both youth and adults, wanted to showcase their extraordinary adventure in their hometown.
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El Hispanic News
Sept. 24, 2009 | El Hispanic News (English) | Julie Cortez
  Local film ‘Papers’ gives undocumented students a national platform  
Portland, OR ? “Papers,” a locally-produced documentary about the barriers facing undocumented students, already has people across the nation clamoring for screenings. But this is a homegrown project with major hometown support, and Portland gets first dibs, with the first official “Papers” premiere this Saturday followed by a few more local screenings before the film hits the road...
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El Hispanic news
Sept. 24, 2009 | El Hispanic News (Spanish) | Julie Cortez
  Película local ‘Papers’ consigue una plataforma nacional  
Portland, OR ? “Papers,” un documental producido localmente sobre las barreras que enfrentan los estudiantes indocumentados, ya tiene a gente en todo el país pidiendo a gritos para proyectarla.
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Portland Tribune
Sept. 24, 2009 | Portland Tribune | Jason Vondersmith
Film probes life without papers.
Film probes life without papers. Movie explores what happens when child immigrants turn 18
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Oregonian
Sept. 22, 2009 | The Oregonian | Gosia Wozniacka
Documentary film gives voice to undocumented youths
"OK, roll it! You're on!" - Director Anne Galisky called out, and a young man with headphones focused the camera on the suit-clad older man with the yarmulke. The crew of Graham Street Productions, a Portland-based production company, hushed.
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El Centinela
Sept. 17, 2009 | El Centinela | Rocío Rios
  "Papers": La película que habla de la frustración de miles de jóvenes  
La realidad de los jóvenes que por no tener papeles no pueden entrar a la universidad es el tema de la película "Papers" que será exhibida nuevamente el lunes 5 de octubre en el Hollywood Theater de Portland.
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New York Times
April 19, 2009 | New York Times | Kirk Semple
  In New Jersey, Bills Offering In-State Tuition to Illegal Immigrants Face a Fight  
Champions of a proposal to allow illegal immigrants in New Jersey to pay in-state college tuition could be forgiven for believing, after years of frustration and defeat, that their cause may finally have momentum.
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 Dream Activist
June 29, 2009 | dreamactivist.org | Duarte Geraldino
Victory — In-State Tuition in Wisconsin
A big victory for all students and groups in Wisconsin who have been pushing for in-state tuition.

We just got word this morning that the final budget, which will be signed this morning by Governor Jim Doyle, will include an in-state tuition provision. This will allow for students who graduate from a WI high-school to be eligible receive in-state tuition within the UW System and Wisconsin technical college schools.
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June 4, 2009 | immigrationimpact.com | Mary Giovagnoli
  Reuniting Families Act Helps Immigrants Who Play By the Rules  
Although many people associate comprehensive immigration reform solely with issues of legalization and deportation of undocumented immigrants, the truth is that millions of legal immigrants are also victims of our broken immigration system—a system that has been floundering for the last 20 years.
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Portland Upside
April 8, 2009 | New York Times | Julia Preston
Obama to Push Immigration Bill as One Priority
While acknowledging that the recession makes the political battle more difficult, President Obama plans to begin addressing the country’s immigration system this year, including looking for a path for illegal immigrants to become legal, a senior administration official said on Wednesday.
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April 16, 2009 &
Oct. 14, 2008
| Univision Television |  
Oct. 14, 2008 Univision Television (in Spanish)
"Papers" youth and associate producer interviewed on Univision.
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Portland Upside
March 26, 2009 | Immigration Law & Policy |  
  House and Senate Introduce DREAM Act, a Measure to Address the Plight of Immigrant Students  
WASHINGTON, DC -- Today, the DREAM Act ... This bipartisan legislation addresses the situation faced by young people who were brought to the United States years ago as undocumented immigrant children, and who have since grown up here but are being denied the ability to fully contribute to society.

The DREAM Act was reintroduced in the United States House and Senate. For more on the DREAM Act, go to United DreamActivist.org or the DREAM Act Portalor change.org
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Portland Upside
Jan. 9, 18-22 2009 |      
  "Papers" Crew films in Washington, D.C. during Presidential Inauguration week  
 
 
Portland Upside
Nov. 9, 2008 | The Oregonian |  
  "A film in the works tells the story of youths who grow up in the U.S. without citizenship..."  
 
 
 
Portland Upside
Nov. 2008 | Democratic and Republican Conventions in 2008
  "Papers" Crew films at Democratic and Republican Conventions in 2008.  
"Papers" youth crew member Jose, Age 17: Notes from the 2008 Democratic Convention
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June 13, 2007 | City Council Hearing |  
  Jose Luis Juarez addressing the Portland City Mayor Tom Potter and City Council Members  
Jose Luis Juarez addressing the Portland City Mayor Tom Potter and City Council Members on June 13, 2007
 
 
 
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