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“Dreamers” Jovan Rodrigo, 27, and Gloria Mendoza, 26, take part in a protest near Trump Tower on September 5, 2017 in New York City, United States. (John Moore/Getty Images)

Amnesty International USA urges Congress to pass a clean DREAM Act, without trading away the human rights of Native Americans and people needing humanitarian protection

By Joanne Lin, Senior Managing Director, Advocacy and Government Relations

  1. NO border wall; and
  2. NO purported “border security” measures that would endanger people seeking humanitarian protection in the U.S. and would violate the human rights of residents living in U.S. border communities.

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