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Duke students advocate to protect Dreamers

(09/18/23 4:00am)

On Sept. 13, Texas-based U.S. District Court Judge Andrew Hanen declared the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Program unlawful, claiming the efforts by the Biden administration to codify this policy into federal law did not resolve the issues he cited as the basis for a similar ruling in 2021. Define America stands against this decision and the harm it causes to the undocumented and DACA community on our campus, in Durham and throughout the nation. 

Our demands, our voice

(01/28/22 5:00pm)

The Latinx community at Duke has a rich history spanning decades. Yet, Latinx students have time and time again reported feelings of otherness or invisibility during their time at Duke. The creation of many Latinx organizations on campus was to combat these feelings and provide a safe space for the Latinx community. However, according to the Campus Climate Survey, Latinx students and staff still face microaggressions and feel uncomfortable on campus. The driving forces behind these sentiments lie much deeper within the structure of the university as a whole. As a result, in 1997, 2003, 2005 and 2016, students have published demands to hold administration accountable. The milestones and history of the Latinx community can be seen in the new Perkins exhibit Our History, Our Voice: Latinx at Duke. Although there have been great wins for the community, such as the creation of La Casa, these were rarely what the students demanded and have proven insufficient.