“This is false, divisive, fear-mongering to distract us from the cruelty of Trump’s attempts to end DACA,” Jayapal tweeted. “DACA recipients help make this country the best it can be. Their stories and passion for our nation, in the face of great hostility, exemplify the American Dream.”

Hundreds of young undocumented immigrants marched from New York to Washington, D.C. ahead of the Supreme Court case. On Tuesday they marched through the nation’s capital city to the court, chanting “No hate, no fear, immigrants are welcome here!”

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Using the viral hashtag #HomeIsHere, United We Dream posted a video featuring the plaintiffs who sued the Trump administration for moving to rescind DACA protections in 2017.

“Home is where we love and learn. It’s where we stumble and grow, and it is where we stand up for what is right,” the DACA recipients in the video said.

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