You've heard DACA has been dismantled, but what can you do about it? What can your friends and neighbors who are affected do? Well here's some fantastic information provided by our friends over at JRI.org. The most important things you can do is to show up, donate, and call your congress people. Make a ruckus! Support the Fight Financially here.

What We Know:

“What does this mean for undocumented young adults?

– If you qualify for DACA, but have not submitted your application: DACA initial request applications will no longer be reviewed.

– If you currently have DACA: You can keep using your employment authorization/social security number.

– If your DACA is going to expire before/on March 5, 2018: You can apply to renew it. Note: You need to submit your renewal application by October 5, 2017.

– Regarding advance parole: If you have DACA and had plans to travel abroad using advance parole (AP), new Form I-131 applications for advance parole will not be reviewed. If you received your AP approval before 9/5/17, it will still be honored. Pending applications will be denied and the money will be refunded.”



How to Protect Yourself and Your Family as DACA Ends

DACA Announcement Reaction Toolkit

What Do I Need to Know About the End of DACA

Department of Homeland Security: FAQ About Rescission of DACA

DREAM Act Toolkit

Mental Health Toolkit

FWD.us: Resource that helps you contact your congressman. Also gives other resources for advocacy and political involvement

Educators for Fair Consideration (E4FC) http://e4fc.org/

Immigrant Legal Resource Center https://www.ilrc.org/


Cosecha: Advocacy group requesting fund to continue the fight for DACA students.

Support the Fight Financially here

Help Fund DACA Application Fees for Recipients in Need

United We Dream Network

DRUM - Desis Rising Up & Moving

Define American

Student Immigrant Movement - local Boston organization for undocumented students

Centro Presente

Chelsea Collaborative

Coalition of Humane Immigrant Rights

Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition (MIRA)


Attend Local Protests

Resist Deportations! Defend DACA!

Saturday September 16th 1 pm to 3 pm

Boston Commons


Planning Meeting- September 10th 12:00 noon, Encuentro 5 9A Hamilton Place, Boston, MA

Sign the Petition in support of DACA


The Witching Hour is HausWitch’s attempt to help our community stay accountable for their activism. We call representatives, senators and other government officials from around the Salem, MA area about things we care about and donate to local causes.

The next Hour is September 20th at 7pm at the shop. Join us! NOTE: We’ll have a hiatus in October for Halloween month!



The days of the week carry just as much energy and symbolism as the months of the year or the phases of the moon, and that can be helpful for witches who like to time their spells with the vibe of the moment!Inside you'll find practices, associations and allies for each day of the week to help you infuse every day with magic.