3 Things You Can do to Defend Dreamers in Oklahoma Today:

Nearly 800,000 DACA recipients — including 6,900 in Oklahoma — are at imminent risk of losing their protection from deportation, their authorization to work, and their ability to pursue their careers in the only country they call home.

In light the administration’s impending DACA announcement affecting thousands of young Oklahomans, we have 3 action items you can do to Defend DACA and Dreamers in Oklahoma:

1) JOIN US SEP 5th:

DAOK will be joining El Camino OKC and Santa Fe South Schools for a press conference to pressure our Congressmen into action.

WHEN: Tuesday, September 5, 2017 at 4:00 PM — 5:00 PM

WHERE: Santa Fe South High School, 6921 Plaza Mayor Boulevard in OKC

RSVP: Online here

Get the latest updates on the Facebook event page

If you reside outside of OKC, you can find other events to support tomorrow here: DefendDACA.com

2) SPREAD THE MESSAGE:

If you are unable to attend, you can still help us by urging our members of Congress to act! Here are free, fast, and effective ways to do it:

  • SEND HAND-DELIVERED MESSAGE Get your message directly to DC with StampsLicked, just choose the issue “LET THE DREAMERS STAY!”
  • FAX OUR SENATORS It takes 2 minutes using ResistBot OR by texting 504–09. Need a sample script? Check these out.
  • TWEET TARGETS Here is a list of members of Congress, complete with handles and sample tweets.
  • CALL OUR SENATORS Using 5Calls you’ll have fast access to your Congressmen, their contact info, & sample scripts. Choose issue “Defend Undocumented Childhood Immigrants with the Dream Act.”

3) MAKE A CONTRIBUTION:

DAOK is 100% volunteer-run, and we’re ready to mobilize but we can’t do it alone. Will you join us in this mission with a donation?

BONUS: Do you want to stay in the loop with Dream Act Oklahoma and learn how you can local immigrant youth? Add your name & email to our Digital Team of Change Makers by clicking here.


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