Low-Profile Illegal Alien Endorses Donald Trump

by Jesús Iñiguez The last several days have seen a flurry of high profile undocumented activists drawing lines in the sand as to which Democrat contender will be the one to get the DREAMer backing in the upcoming presidential election. Prominent DREAMers from both the Clinton and Sanders camps have sniped at each other via […]

The Overwhelming Burden of Consciousness

As dreamers, as activists, but mostly as human beings we have to be able to sit comfortably with the pain of the world. We have to overcome our own pain and overwhelm ourselves with the pain of the world, so much so that it becomes heavy. Heavy with meaning at the very least.

Get that work permit but beware…

by Minhaz This article isn’t really targeted to those undocumented few who are so set that they have jobs lined up and ready to go once they get work permits. Those whose charms are only outpaced by their accomplishments despite their undocumented status. This article is for those of us who have worked such shitty […]

The Executive Invasion of Georgia

by MartA�n My name is MartA�n, Ia��m 20, Ia��m undocumented, been living in Georgia since I was 4a��leta��s get started. I was given the opportunity to be a part of the occupy movement in Georgia. I wanted to partake in the action because I felt pretty strong about it; I thought it was a pretty […]

The Ally Code of Conduct

Dreamers Adrift > Undocublog by Tina Vasquez If Ia��m being honest with myself I know that Ia��m a shitty ally. There was a time when I was more involved in the movement. I attended marches and panel discussions. I went to see amazing people like Jorge Gutierrez when he and other DREAMers participated in a […]

The Science of Dreams Pt. 2

Dreamers Adrift > Undocublog by Minhaz Sleeping leads to dreaming and that can be dangerous. That’s why I avoid sleeping at all costs and why I am writing this at 3am. But before I began my life in this nocturnal wonderland, I tried my best to understand it. The hidden reason behind why I got […]

How ‘Finding Nemo’ taught me more in 5 Seconds than any psychology book ever did

By Juan S Ia��m always smiling, but I wasna��t always like this. For the most part I was shy, quiet, and scared of trying something new. Now Ia��m nothing like I was before. What helped me breakout of my shell was to finally not care about my immigration status.A�Yet, behind this smile and positive attitude […]

Education is our passport

By Ish H “Education is our passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today.” -Malcolm X The DREAM Act, first proposed in 2001, stands for A�Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors. Being undocumented is a struggle that we all have to deal with each and every single […]


  Dreamers Adrift > Undocublog By Juan S Undocumented love is expressed in all forms. Love for the family members that are always there for you. Love for the ally that does what she/he can to support you. Love for the partner that understands (or tries to understand) what you may be going through. Love […]

Uncivil Obedience: 9 important quotes on action

By Minhaz I have learned that the ability to go out and publicly demand immigration reform is not a sign of entitlement; it’s a sign of confidence. It’s shown many that being undocumented is not a personal matter of shame. To be undocumented is the embodiment of moral justice over xenophobia. A common theme I’ve […]