The Undocumented Can Work Jobs at the University of California, and Latinas Are Fighting Toxic Pollution

The Undocumented Can Work Jobs at the University of California, and Latinas Are Fighting Toxic Pollution

The Undocumented Can Work Jobs at the University of California, and Latinas Are Fighting Toxic Pollution

On this week’s episode of Start Making Sense, UCLA law professor Ahilan Arulanantham and writer Eliza Moreno join the show. 

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Hundreds of thousands of young immigrants brought here by their undocumented parents since 2007 are not eligible for DACA. But now they may be eligible for jobs—at the University of California. UCLA law professor Ahilan Arulanantham explains.

Also: the fight against pollution in Los Angeles’s port communities, where 300,000 people, mostly Latino, live next door to oil refineries, chemical facilities, and one of the largest oilfields in the nation. For decades they’ve been fighting for basic rights and a cleaner environment. Eliza Moreno has that story.

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