The Supreme Court has ruled against the Trump administration's attempt to end Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
Better known as DACA, the program protects hundreds of thousands of immigrants brought to the U.S. as children from deportation and is critical for California, which has more recipients than any other state. We analyze the decision today and what’s next for DACA.
Plus, a look at the history and significance of ‘Juneteenth,’ and why it matters in 2020.
- UC Davis School of Law Dean Kevin Johnson discusses the DACA ruling and what an impermanent decision means
- UC Immigrant Legal Services Center executive director María Blanco talks about what’s next for DACA
- Sacramento State University Peter H. Shattuck Endowed Chair Dr. Antonio Bly and UC Davis history professor Dr. Greg Downson the significance and history of ‘Juneteenth’