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Central Students Hold DACA Protest

Students stand proud with their signs to protest the President's decision to dismantle DACA, a program that helps hundreds of thousands of undocumented children.

Fran Delacey, Online Editor

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On Friday September 8th, 2017, students protested outside of Central against the President’s decision to end DACA. DACA is a program that affects around 800,000 immigrants across the country. Without DACA, these children and students face deportation.

Students protest the President’s decision to end DACA

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