Dear MoveOn member,
MoveOn just printed a bunch of one-of-a-kind stickers created by designer and artist Pablo Stanley in support of America's Dreamers. Slapping one on your car, bike, or laptop is an easy way to help show public support for passing the Dream Act, a bill that would protect hundreds of thousands of young American immigrants from deportation.
And they're giving these away for free—to create a visible, public display of solidarity for the Dream Act nationwide.
This is personal: I'm a DACA recipient and a senior at Trinity Washington University. This spring, if all goes as planned, I'll graduate with a double major in International Relations and Sociology. When not studying, I'm serving as captain for the NCAA Division III soccer team here at Trinity and as a member of two national honor societies, Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Iota Rho. I love my school and my community.
But Trump's decision to end DACA is throwing my life in turmoil—and the lives of millions of other DACA recipients and their families.
I'm participating in a national walkout today in support of a clean Dream Act—and I'm fighting every day until this is passed. I hope you can take action too—make calls, show up at actions, and get your sticker today.
Love these and want more to share with friends and family? Don't worry—you'll also have the option of ordering a 10-pack, a 20-pack, or even a 50-pack.
As the fight to pass a clean Dream Act heats up, these gorgeous designs can be a daily reminder that our dreams really do unite us, despite those who wish to divide us.
Thanks for getting louder—and thanks for all you do.
Want to support our work? The MoveOn community will work every moment, day by day and year by year, to resist Trump's agenda, contain the damage, defeat hate with love, and begin the process of swinging the nation's pendulum back toward sanity, decency, and the kind of future that we must never give up on. And to do it we need your ongoing support, now more than ever. Will you stand with us?
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