From the ACLU:
Last fall, Donald Trump ended DACA to appease some of his loudest anti-immigrant supporters.
And with just seven days until Trump’s arbitrary end date for DACA, the lives of more than 800,000 young Dreamers, who came to the U.S. as kids, are at stake.
Trump says he supports these young people – that he allegedly supports fixing DACA.
We say: Prove it.
(This link will take you to our People Power website.)
Trump can fix this problem with an executive order or by pressuring Congress to do the right thing. There’s more than one way to save these young people he claims to love so much.
Remember: These Dreamers are young people who grew up here in the U.S., who have made this their home. Trump may be okay ripping apart families for political gain, but we’re not going to stand for it. That’s why we’re heading to the White House – so he can’t hide from the crisis he created.
I’ll be there, standing beside a crowd of Dreamers, allies and ACLU members like you, and the ACLU’s executive director Anthony Romero.
We need you there to show Trump what America is all about. Here are the details:
Trump: Don’t Kill the Dream Action
The Ellipse (near the corner of 15th and Constitution Ave. NW)
Mr. President, it’s time to fix what you broke. Protect Dreamers now.
If you can’t be there, tune in live: You won’t want to miss this event. Go to Facebook.com/ACLU at 12:30 p.m. ET to tune in LIVE. Speakers include Anthony D. Romero and Lorella Praeli of the ACLU, and Eli Cuna of United We Dream. We’re all taking to the streets to support all of the Dreamers who call the U.S. home.