Celebrities and Citizens Unite to Save DACA

The Lacey and Larkin Frontera Fund has been advocating for the government to pass a clean Dream At and save DACA as well as the 800 000 people who are under its protection and work and study in the United States.

Because of Trump’s desires to remove immigrants from the States, he forced DACA to close down all operation. His actions sent a wave if outrage to companies, organizations, citizens, and celebrities. Read more: Michael Lacey | Twitter and Jim Larkin | Crunchbase

Many if the latter has been using their influence to spread awareness of the issue and advocating for the passing if a clean Dream Act to save the DACA youth and the lives they have built in the United States.

After Trump and his government refused to address the issues that the loss of DACA costs for DREAMers and the country, celebrities turned to another member of the Trump family. Celebrities such as Cara Delevigne, for example, have been instagramming a text addressed to Ivanka Trump, Trump’s daughter, to try and appeal t her to use her influence to change the horrible outcome and save DACA as well as the almost one million people that depend on it.

The initiative prompted millions of other people to reach out to the different members of the Trump family, none of whom have acknowledged any of it.

It is essential to preserve DACA. The 800 000 people that work and study in the U. S. contribute immensely to the GDP of the country. Once they leave, however, the United States will start to experience high monetary losses.

The financial crisis will last at least ten years according to experts before it starts to stabilize even remotely The United States will experience a sharp decrease in GDP which will amount to almost $500 billion according to experts over the next ten years.

There is only one thing that can prevent such a crisis from unfolding, and that is to pass a clean Dreamer Act which will allow those one million people to stay in the U. S. and continue to work and study in the country.

The organization of DACA and its youth need the help of others to appeal to the government and make sure that the law will be passed. Learn more about Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin: http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/politics/immigration/2014/12/16/proceeds-arpaio-suit-fund-asu-journalism-chair/20480479/ and http://www.laceyandlarkinfronterafund.org/about-lacey-larkin-frontera-fund/relevant-links/

Citizens have been doing demonstrations all around the United States of America to bring awareness to the issue in the hope of more people joining in and preventing the crisis and the destruction of the lives.