The Supreme Court is about to hear arguments about President Obama’s DAPA/DACA+ initiative. The Court’s decision will deeply impact five millions immigrants across the U.S.
To honor these immigrants and highlight their personal struggles, we’re launching a photo exhibit in partnership with the office of Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams called “Faces of DAPA and DACA+.”
Join us for the exhibit launch!
April 14th | 11 am
Brooklyn Borough Hall (209 Joralemon St, Brooklyn, NY 11201)
The exhibit is in Brooklyn Borough Hall and will open to the public at 11 a.m. on April 14th.
Among those immigrants featured are a mother working to support children in her home country, a student struggling to pay school tuition and a father of US citizen children. If DAPA/DACA+ is implemented, all would be able to live free from fear of family separation and gain work authorization that would give them a shot at a decent job.
MRNY is committed to building a better future for the immigrants living in our neighborhoods and across the U.S. We are sending a loud message from our community: We need DAPA and DACA+ now!
Join us April 14th, at 11 a.m., for the launch of ‘Faces of DAPA & DACA+!
¡Si Se Puede!