Daniela Arias, shown on the campus of the University of Washington Tacoma last month, was born in Mexico in 1999 and taken into the U.S. as a baby. Now, she's a DACA Dreamer and has never felt so threatened in her life. She hopes to start classes at UWT in September.
Daniela Arias, shown on the campus of the University of Washington Tacoma last month, was born in Mexico in 1999 and taken into the U.S. as a baby. Now, she's a DACA Dreamer and has never felt so threatened in her life. She hopes to start classes at UWT in September. David Montesino The News Tribune
Daniela Arias, shown on the campus of the University of Washington Tacoma last month, was born in Mexico in 1999 and taken into the U.S. as a baby. Now, she's a DACA Dreamer and has never felt so threatened in her life. She hopes to start classes at UWT in September. David Montesino The News Tribune

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