"Let Your Voice Be Heard" Poster Competition
Winner of $1,000 Earl O. and Winona M.
Field Art Scholarship at the Annual Student Honors Exhibition
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is a government program that was enacted in 2012 that prevents illegal immigrants who were brought into the United States under the age of 16 from being deported and enabled them to work and seek a high education for two years.
This program’s removal is under current consideration. If this decision is put into effect, the United States will economically suffer greatly and will be shipping away future prospects.
"If DACA is revoked it will cost employers $3.4 billion in unnecessary turnover costs and would cut contributions to Medicare and Social Security by $24.6 billion"