|I’m a Dreamer and also a Kansas City entrepreneur. People like me need the Dream Act||The Dream Act: It’s a moral matter of justice|
|“Every day at my shop, I provide people with a greeting and a dose of caffeine. I am part of this community. It’s heartbreaking to think of how quickly life as I know it could end.”||“My Quaker faith calls me to speak truth for a prophetic vision of justice, grounded in love. Out of that vision, I believe that our country can and must advance legislation that protects Dreamers without furthering unjust deportation and detention, or damaging border communities.”|
Two authors discuss the Dream Act from the perspectives of the legislation’s impacts on communities and notions of justice. Write to your Congressional representatives to let them know what you think.