The Boyle Heights community arts organization made the move following the Trump administration’s decision to end to Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or DACA, a program that protects immigrants
Self-Help workers and volunteers handed the posters out to people driving who were stuck in traffic and commuters getting off the Metro at the Pico/Aliso station. The poster reads “Know your rights” and urges people to “not answer any questions or sign anything without legal representation.”
President Trump urged Congress to act on the future of DACA recipients. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced last week that the administration is starting a six month wind down process to give law makers time to take action.
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