Monthly Archives: June 2012

National DREAM Movement Pressures Pres. Obama to Evolve on Deferred Action

REPOST FROM OUR FACEBOOK GROUP PAGE (on.fb.me/ideasusc) Summary of the day’s articles of interest: CHIRLA Press Conferencehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BqZX1qITcqE&feature=share Bill O’Reilly on the immigrants’ side??http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/06/19/bill-oreilly-immigration_n_1610047.html Undocumented youth “hacking” the political systemhttp://www.citizenorange.com/orange/2012/06/dreamer-fire-check-nativists-w.html Protests lead to a new tone for immigration policyhttp://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/18/us/politics/deportation-policy-change-came-after-protests.html?_r=1&pagewanted=all The effect … Continue reading

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Leadership On The Move

It is with great pride that we acknowledge the recent accomplishments of IDEAS Movement at USC’s Alma Lemus and Kevin Valero. Throughout the course of our first academic year in existence, both Alma and Kevin where instrumental in organizing events … Continue reading

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The Obama Administration’s New DREAM-friendly Stance

It truly does seem surreal.   As an enlightened individual that believes in the beauty of the diverse human population, in the right for all people to live their life as they see fit as long as they are not … Continue reading

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Looking ahead to IDEAS Movement – Year 2.0

Our first full academic year of activity (2011-2012) proved to be an immense learning experience!  As a student organization, we exponentially increased our name recognition on and off campus, among undocumented students, allies, opposition, and organizations on other campuses and … Continue reading

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Continuing Gil Cedillo’s Legacy of Progressive Leadership

Note:  This article has been updated. Gilbert A. Cedillo has always set out to be different from other legislators, focusing on issues that others dared not address for fear of the detrimental effect on their political career.  When no one … Continue reading

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