Lisette Diaz

Lisette Diaz, a DACA recipient,  graduated from Harvard and is a contributing writer to ACLU.

Articles by this author

Cry all your tears, scream, break down, do whatever you need to do to express the devastation that we all feel. Then wake up tomorrow and be ready to fight, because we are in for the fight of our lives, and I’m ready to win. Views
Wednesday, September 06, 2017
As a Dreamer, I Will Not Be A Bargaining Chip for Trump’s Attack on Immigrants
So many words come to mind right now to describe how I feel about the loss of DACA: devastation, anger, rage, betrayal, hopelessness, fear, sadness. DACA transformed my life. DACA allowed me to attend college, plan for my future, and work. But one of the most valuable things DACA brought me was...
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