Dulce Matuz, a DREAMer and undocumented student, makes Time Magazine's 2012 100 most influential people
An undocumented Latina confronted with legal barriers to pursuing her engineering dream, she chose to fight for the right to contribute to the country she has called home since she was young.
As president of the Arizona Dream Act Coalition, Dulce promotes a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants who, like her, were brought to the U.S. before they were 16, attend college or serve in the military and are of good moral character.
Dulce takes on powerful opponents with grace and conviction, saying, “We are Americans, and Americans don’t give up.”
Read more at Time.com.