Four days before President Trump rescinded the Deferred Action
for Childhood Arrivals program, Sarah, a young student who
commutes an hour each way to attend classes, emailed me that she
was dropping my class.
She believed the impending end of DACA meant she would lose her
source of income, her DACA driver’s license, and access to
financial aid. She was also afraid she and her family would be
deported. Her fears were real, however the information she
received was incorrect.