“Let me hear what you have to say and let me hear in a respectful way that you may not agree with me, because at the end of a day for there to be any kind of immigration reform there has to be dialogue.” – Donusia Lipinski expressed how the need to have a dialogue is vital to have any kind of immigration reform and to protect our “Dreamers” during the gathering at Unity Church in Surfside Beach on Thursday, January 11, 2018.
“Déjame escuchar lo que tienes que decir y déjame escuchar de manera respetuosa que quizás no estés de acuerdo conmigo, porque al final del día para que haya algún tipo de reforma migratoria tiene que haber diálogo”. – Donusia Lipinski expresó que la necesidad de tener un diálogo es vital para tener algún tipo de reforma migratoria y para proteger a nuestros “Soñadores” durante la reunión en Unity Chruch en Surfside Beach el jueves 11 de enero de 2018.
WMBF News also covered the community event Donusia Lipinski attended on January 11, 2018 at Unity Church in Surfside Beach, SC. She came together along with other community members to discuss the importance of immigration reform and fighting for programs such as DACA.
WMBF News también cubrió el evento comunitario al que asistió Donusia Lipinski el 11 de enero de 2018 en Unity Church en Surfside Beach, SC. Ella se unió junto con otros miembros de la comunidad para hablar sobre la importancia de la reforma migratoria y luchar por programas como DACA.
Donusia Lipinski will be speaking to Adult Students enrolled in English as a Second Language at the Conway Adult Education Center
On Monday, October 3, 2016 Donusia Lipinski will be speaking to Adult Students enrolled in English as a Second Language at the Conway Adult Education Center, in Conway, South Carolina. In September, she spoke to approximately 45 adult students enrolled in Adult Education at the Horry Georgetown Technical College. It was a highlight of her week, as she listened to the stories and dreams of US citizens and Immigrants from 20 countries. She looks forward to meeting the students at the Conway Adult Education Center on Monday, where she will talk about what works and doesn’t work about our immigration laws.
This is great news for students who have Deferred Action of Childhood Arrivals or are undocumented. Now they will have the opportunity to obtain scholarships for their studies. For more information go to: https://mydocumentedlife.org/2016/09/12/scholarships-open-to-undocumented-students/
Immigrants and Public Education. Schools cannot discriminate against immigrant children and discourage or exclude them from attending public school.
The immigration status of children or their parents cannot chill, exclude or discourage students from getting a public education based on their or their parents’ or guardians’ actual or perceived immigration status. In a recent letter from the USDOJ. School districts cannot utilize methods that have the effect of subjecting individuals to discrimination because of their race, color, or national origin.
Additionally States cannot deny access to a basis public education residing in the State whether with legal immigration status or without. This would impose ‘a lifetime hardship’ on these students and foreclose any realistic possibility that they will contribute to the progress of our Nation.
Schools may not bar a student from enrolling because they do not have a birth certificate or has a foreign birth certificate. Schools may not deny enrollment if the student or parent do not choose to provide a social security number. Schools must advise that such requests are voluntary. Schools may require proof of residency within the District. The full text of the May 8, 2014 letter can be found at http://www.justice.gov/crt/about/edu/documents/plylerletter.pdf