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On September 5, 2017, the Trump administration decided to rescind the DACA program. Here we follow the stories of those who have been left out and in the shadows after the DACA program was introduced.

On September 5, 2017, the Trump administration decided to rescind the DACA program. Here we follow the stories of two powerful 67 youth leaders that share a piece of their story living as a DACA recipient.

These are the long lasting impacts and trauma that many youth and their families face after experiencing SWAT raids.We need to put an end to the hyper-criminalization of our communities and the excessive militarization of the poli-ICE.

These are the long lasting impacts and trauma that many youth and their families face after experiencing SWAT raids.We need to put an end to the hyper-criminalization of our communities and the excessive militarization of the poli-ICE.

Crossing Borders was our 5th mural completed in 2014 highlighting the stories of migrant youth who have taken the journey of crossing the border on their own. Here you will listen to the story of a 67 Sueños young person, Liliana, who shares her story and experience of making that journey across the border on her own.

On our third year continuing the mural project the young people decided they wanted to highlight the untold stories of Braceros. In collaboration with Don Luis Magaña for Project Voz, the young people traveled various times to stockton to speak and hear the stories of Braceros. Here we follow the story of former Bracero, Don Aceves.

On our third year continuing the mural project the young people decided they wanted to highlight the untold stories of Braceros. In collaboration with Don Luis Magaña for Project Voz, the young people traveled various times to stockton to speak and hear the stories of Braceros. Here we follow the story of former Bracero, Don Lazaro

On our third year continuing the mural project the young people decided they wanted to highlight the untold stories of Braceros. In collaboration with Don Luis Magaña for Project Voz, the young people traveled various times to stockton to speak and hear the stories of Braceros. Here we follow the story of former Bracero, Don Flores.

(Spanish interview-No English Subtitles) 67 Sueños was not only interviewing the youth being affected by the current immigration policies but also the teachers, parents, and day to day workers to see what they think about the issue. In this interview we hear Carlo share his thoughts on AB131.

In this story we interviewed a young adult and his experience navigating the education system as an undocumented student. He shares his story, experiences, hopes, and dreams to the reality of his life. He also highlights how his love for art has helped him channel his energy into something positive.