CA DREAM Act

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Each year approximately 65,000 undocumented students graduate from High Schools in the United States. :

Each year approximately 65,000 undocumented students graduate from High Schools in the United States . CA DREAM ACT

These students do not have equal opportunities to continue their studies.:

These students do not have equal opportunities to continue their studies.

In 2001, AB 540 was passed. An AB 540 students is any student who graduate from a California High School. Including undocumented students.:

In 2001, AB 540 was passed. An AB 540 students is any student who graduate from a California High School. Including undocumented students.

The undocumented students use the same books and are in the same classes.:

The undocumented students use the same books and are in the same classes.

We also take the same tests.:

We also take the same tests.

Why don’t we have the same opportunities?:

Why don’t we have the same opportunities?

The DREAM Act is a proposition which intends to make citizens of those illegal immigrants who finish their college or offer their services in the armed forced.:

The DREAM Act is a proposition which intends to make citizens of those illegal immigrants who finish their college or offer their services in the armed forced.

However, it was not approved because of the hate and racism that still exists in our society today.:

However, it was not approved because of the hate and racism that still exists in our society today.

Many undocumented students were brought to the United States when they were children:

Many undocumented students were brought to the United States when they were children

They are Americans. Their home is the U.S. they did not choose to be here illegally.:

They are Americans. Their home is the U.S. they did not choose to be here illegally.

The DREAM Act will make the word ‘equality’ real.:

The DREAM Act will make the word ‘equality’ real.

After the DREAM Act was not approved the undocumented students in California decided to fight for the California DREAM Act.:

After the DREAM Act was not approved the undocumented students in California decided to fight for the California DREAM Act.

The CA DREAM Act was vetoed 4 times by the ex- governor of California.:

The CA DREAM Act was vetoed 4 times by the ex- governor of California.

The current Governor of California Jerry Brown supports the CA DREAM Act.:

The current Governor of California Jerry Brown supports the CA DREAM Act.

Many of us went to Sacramento to push for the CA DREAM Act.:

Many of us went to Sacramento to push for the CA DREAM Act.

The CA DREAM Act passed in the committee of Higher Education.:

The CA DREAM Act passed in the committee of Higher Education.

Now it will go to the Appropriation Committee. Then, to the Floor and to the Senate. After it passes all those sections it will be a law.:

Now it will go to the Appropriation Committee. Then, to the Floor and to the Senate. After it passes all those sections it will be a law.

The undocumented students all around the country are not afraid anymore.:

The undocumented students all around the country are not afraid anymore.

We are everywhere fighting for our rights.:

We are everywhere fighting for our rights.

We won’t hide any longer, we won’t remain on the shadows and as human beings we decide to be happy. The dream is calling ,are you? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-_BjJLPRClg www.ab540.com :

We won’t hide any longer, we won’t remain on the shadows and as human beings we decide to be happy. The dream is calling ,are you? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-_BjJLPRClg www.ab540.com

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