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A symposium in memory of Michael A. Olivas (1951-2022), who dedicated much of his life to DREAMer advocacy and to the ensuring increased Latinx representation in the legal academy.
Children brought to the United States alongside their undocumented parents—DREAMers—have played an outsized role in immigrants’ rights activism in the United States over the last two decades. This symposium seeks to evaluate the DREAMer movement and its legal reception from inception to the present, as well as to sketch out possibilities for DREAMers’ future.
The half-day symposium program will consist of two consecutive panels of racially diverse scholars from law schools, as well as university departments of sociology, Latinx studies, leadership studies, and education. The goal of the symposium is to bring into conversation speakers’ diverse perspectives and research agendas, to build a new foundation for study and advocacy on behalf of DREAMers.