Civil rights activist, activist, and activist groups have taken to the streets in droves to protest the Trump administration’s decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, known as DACA.
While some groups have focused on the DACA program, others have called for a return to the era of Jim Crow laws that forced people of color to work in certain fields.
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Civil rights and civil rights activism have been going strong for decades, and it’s no secret that some people who identify as black or brown are part of the movement.
But the movement’s popularity has been growing, particularly among young people, with the number of black millennials and their allies participating in protests reaching its highest levels ever in January.
The movement’s recent rise is fueled in part by a surge of anti-Trump and pro-black sentiment.
Many people are frustrated with the actions of the Trump Administration and are feeling disenfranchised.
In recent weeks, civil rights activists have taken the streets and organized to protest Trump’s immigration and immigration enforcement policies.
While they may not be able to change the president’s policies, the activists are trying to push back against the administration’s attacks on the civil and human rights movements.
The Trump administration announced its decision to end DACA on Monday.
The move comes after nearly two years of pressure from advocates, many of whom were former DACA recipients.
Activists and some former DACA beneficiaries say the move is a slap in the face to millions of undocumented immigrants who have been waiting years to receive protection under the program.
Many civil rights advocates also said the decision is a continuation of the racial and ethnic profiling that the Obama administration has endured for more than a decade.
Many activists have been organizing for months to try to push the administration to end the program, which has protected about 800,000 young people from deportation.
Activist, activist and activist organizations have taken up the fight for undocumented youth under the DACA movement.
Organizations such as the National Lawyers Guild and the National Action Network, which organize for people of Color and immigrants, have taken part in protests.
The New Black Panther Party and Black Lives Matter are also organizing protests, while the NAACP is hosting a rally for DACA beneficiaries and organizers on Saturday.
Some activists have called on Trump to reverse the decision, arguing that the administration has failed to protect the rights of DACA recipients who have lived in the country for years.
But Trump has refused to back down from his DACA decision.
“As the president has made clear, DACA is a political tool to dismantle our civil rights protections, including our Voting Rights Act, our equal rights protections and our workplace protections,” the White House said in a statement.
“The Trump administration has never had the courage to act on these protections for these groups of Americans, and we will not accept this.”
DACA was created under President Obama in 2012.
The DACA program protects some young people who arrived in the United States as children, regardless of their legal status.
Many of these people had already had their DACA applications approved.
Under the Obama-era DACA program they received work permits and immigration relief, but not protection from deportation and were allowed to stay in the U.S. for up to two years.
DACA recipients are entitled to federal protections under Section 212 of the Immigration and Nationality Act, but they can only apply for a work permit once.
The federal government grants about 120,000 work permits to people with green cards and permanent residency.
The remaining 85,000 people receive deferred action, which gives them a work-permit, permanent residence, and work permits.
DACA has been a critical part of immigrants’ lives for more years than any other federal program.
Since President Donald Trump took office in January, DACA has become the focal point of the immigrant rights movement.
Since the Trump announcement, DACA advocates have been pushing the administration for years to restore the protections.
The National Council of La Raza, an immigrant rights advocacy group, has been pushing for DACA to be reinstated, as have immigrant rights groups such as ACT for America and the American Civil Liberties Union.
“We are committed to working with the Administration to protect DACA recipients, including those in this country illegally, and to help restore protections for DACA recipients living in the shadows,” the group said in an open letter sent to President Trump.
ACT for American said in its letter that DACA “remains an important civil rights issue in the Trump era, and DACA should be restored as soon as possible.”
In February, the New Black Panthers Party, a black nationalist organization, held a protest at the White Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., and called on people to join the fight against the DACA decision by holding a march and rally at the hotel in April.
The protests attracted thousands of people to the hotel, including some Trump supporters.
The protest was one of the largest demonstrations of its kind to date in the nation’s capital, with a group of up