Students at Miami-Dade College listen to President Barack Obama's June 15 announcement that his administration has ordered suspension of deportations of hundreds of thousands of young undocumented students seeking the protection of the DREAM Act.
Students at Miami-Dade College listen to President Barack Obama's June 15 announcement that his administration has ordered suspension of deportations of hundreds of thousands of young undocumented students seeking the protection of the DREAM Act. El Nuevo Herald/MCT
Students at Miami-Dade College listen to President Barack Obama's June 15 announcement that his administration has ordered suspension of deportations of hundreds of thousands of young undocumented students seeking the protection of the DREAM Act. El Nuevo Herald/MCT

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