AME­RI­CAN DREAMERS

Vocable (Anglais) - - Le Dessin -

Last month, Pre­sident Trump an­noun­ced his de­ci­sion to end the De­fer­red Ac­tion for Child­hood Ar­ri­vals po­li­cy (DACA). This pro­gram gives tem­po­ra­ry im­mi­gra­tion sta­tus to people who were brought to the Uni­ted States ille­gal­ly as chil­dren. It al­lows them to live, stu­dy and work le­gal­ly in Ame­ri­ca wi­thout fear of de­por­ta­tion. 800,000 people, known as the “Dreamers”, are cur­rent­ly pro­tec­ted under DACA. Most of them are from Mexi­co, El Sal­va­dor, Gua­te­ma­la and Hon­du­ras and range in age from 15 to 36, ac­cor­ding to the White House. Do­nald Trump has now put their fate in the hands of Congress, as­king its mem­bers to come up with a so­lu­tion to re­place the pro­gram wi­thin six months. Fol­lo­wing the de­ci­sion, thou­sands of Dreamers took to the streets in pro­test as they are now fa­cing an uncertain fu­ture. Ame­ri­can dreamers réf. à l’Ame­ri­can dream, convic­tion se­lon la­quelle n’im­porte qui, par son tra­vail, son cou­rage et sa dé­ter­mi­na­tion peut de­ve­nir pros­père aux É.-U. / De­fer­red Ac­tion for Child­hood Ar­ri­vals po­li­cy (DACA) (lit. politique d’ac­tion dif­fé­rée pour les ar­ri­vées d’en­fants) politique mi­gra­toire mise en place en 2012 par le gouv. Oba­ma / de­por­ta­tion ex­pul­sion / under ici, dans le cadre de / to range from...to al­ler de... à / fate des­tin, sort / to come, came, come up with trou­ver, pro­po­ser / to take, took, ta­ken to the streets des­cendre dans la rue (pour pro­tes­ter) / to face se trou­ver confron­té à.

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