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Make the Road NY 🦋 Mar 27
27,000 recipients work in health care, many of them on the front lines in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. A change in status during this pandemic would be devastating. We need SCOTUS to delay their decision on DACA!
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Make the Road NY 🦋 Mar 27
Replying to @MaketheRoadNY
700,000 DACA recipients are fighting for their families and communities. 27,000 of those are healthcare workers. All of their . /2
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Eliana Fernández🦋 Mar 27
The only thing our community should be worrying about this moment is their health, where the next paycheck will come from, and how to be there for their families.
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José Alonso Muñoz Mar 27
Aldo’s a member who spoke to the NYT coming off a 48 hour shift as a paramedic. Last night he told me something POWERFUL that didn’t make it in this story:“I took an oath to protect people. I need SCOTUS to let me do that!”
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Romina Mar 26
I am a DACA recipient, and like everyone else, am being impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. A decision this important during a pandemic can severely hurt lives like mine across the country. , we need you to delay your decision on the DACA case!
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Presidents' Immigration Alliance Mar 27
Meet Yazmin, a soon-to-be surgeon who's ready to provide care for those in need. She's also a recipient. Her future, and that of the communities she will serve, will be impacted by the Supreme Court's decision on DACA. Yazmin's !
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#IAmAnImmigrant Mar 25
The crisis adds stress to the uncertainty surrounding but we’re in this fight together! Although USCIS offices are temporarily closed, we encourage recipients to renew. Watch & share this message from , , & !
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Serena Prammanasudh Mar 27
🚨Join me in demanding that the Supreme Court delay their ruling on Amish the -19 pandemic. Immigrant youth should NOT be put in danger of deportation and job loss 👉🏽
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Daniel Altschuler 🦋 Mar 27
"Mr. Martinez said it would be foolish to take an army of doctors, nurses, pharmacists, technicians, researchers and other health care workers off the battlefield in the midst of a pandemic." Aldo's , and he's 100% right.
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RAICES Mar 27
Times are uncertain for everyone. Now triple that fear. DACA recipients have to continue working to support their families and communities + try to keep their loved ones safe during during this pandemic.
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Gabe Ortíz 1h
Replying to @mjs_DC
.: "27,000 DACA recipients work in health care. If they lose their status, even more patients may die."
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Alida Garcia 1h
Good morning bright and early from the West Coast today is a Supreme Court decision day & I’ll be monitoring Re: the pending decision. Stay tuned.
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Daniel Altschuler 🦋 18m
UPDATE: No decision today. Good that SCOTUS hasn't ruled today amidst the pandemic.
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Nneka Achapu 19m
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