Josh Delaney of Fayetteville is a former DeKalb County high school teacher, former University of Georgia SGA President and current graduate student at Harvard University Graduate School of Education where he is studying education policy and management.
Joana Estrada moved to Athens from Los Angeles as a 9-year-old. She moved to L.A. from Michoacan, Mexico, at the age of 2. Estrada attended Clarke County schools through middle and high school, graduating from Cedar Shoals High in 2011.
The Georgia Senate passed legislation Monday that would ban illegal immigrant students from state colleges and universities. The bill would bar illegal immigrants from all state colleges, universities and technical schools and also makes tweaks to other state laws having to do with illegal immigration.
“Mercer gave me this opportunity to attain a college education and do something with my skills and abilities, refine them, and use them for good,” Partolan said. “I went from not thinking I would be able to go to college to thriving at a private university.”
At 18 years old, Dory MacMillan took on a cause larger than herself. She organized Saturday's DREAMFest at Clarke Middle School, drawing state representatives and a diverse crowd of those engaged in immigration policy and reform.
In 2011, Georgina Perez initiated one of the most elaborate protests in youth-led immigrant rights activism. Today, she studies at Syracuse University—still not a citizen, and still fighting for justice.
Georgia's working families, including the Georgia AFL-CIO and the Atlanta-North Georgia Labor Council, joined several lawmakers at the state Capitol today to present a resolution that supports a pathway to citizenship for 11 million aspiring...
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