Sophie Cruz is a fighter

On June 23, the U.S. Supreme Court said this: “The judgment is affirmed by an equally divided court.”

That single sentence, provided without rationale, was devastating. It meant millions of undocumented parents of U.S. citizens could still be deported suddenly and without warning. “Seldom have the hopes of so many been crushed by so few words,” a former solicitor general told The New York Times.

Sophie Cruz, 6, is one of America’s brightest citizens.

“DAPA means that you could be free like the birds because our parents would be able to live without being scared that the ICE will take them away from their kids,” she said.

But she’s not going away without a fight.

Share her story with anyone who doesn’t understand why U.S. immigration reform is so important.

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