This morning, the White House announced the end of DACA. Immediately after, DACAmented immigrants and allies took direct action and were arrested at Trump Tower in New York. They are pledging their commitment to keep fighting for DACA recipients and all 11 million undocumented immigrants in the United States. Read their stories below.

Detailed profiles and video interviews for media upon request:

Allies arrested in solidarity

We are #SinDACASinMiedo

A decade ago now, the undocumented youth movement made the decision to come out of the shadows and put our bodies on the line. Direct action was how we won DACA. Today, with the historic end of DACA, we must do so again. We won't go back into the shadows.

We are angry for all the young undocumented immigrants that haven’t turned 16 yet and are waiting to apply for DACA...for all the DACA parents that could lose the job that supported their family...for all the plans that DACA recipients had that now seem impossible.

But we are also strong; and no politician- not Trump, not Paxton- can take that away from us. Our strength and resilience have never depended on a work permit,
— Thais Marques, Cosecha organizer