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may present a reason in suppressing the Hispanic population at state colleges. The rhetors include more knowledge on the subject matter by presenting personal interviews with Alan Vasquez, a DACA student in the Greenville area. While interviewing, the authors proposed a relationship linked with restrictive immigration policies and Hispanic student population in colleges. The state’s education policies regarding immigrant status undermines the student performance in the K-12 classrooms and having an impact on the dropout rate. Bailey and McCorkle argue that the lack of motivation from DACA students in K-12 classrooms damages the “whole school environment” and that “apathy and despair are contagious”. The culture of the rhetor and the audience is recognized from the rhetors’ belief in which South Carolina’s restrictive policies hinders the “light of our state and country’s fundamental commitment to human rights,” (Bailey and McCorkle 165). The impact of the source stresses the audience to consider and advocate outspoken awareness to reframe the conversations to bring about the next big step of the ongoing debate. By providing a personal source from a local DACA student, the perspective the articles drive readers to sympathize their hardships. In turn, activists may introduce bills into the effort of eradicating the discrimination of post-secondary education. Giving flexibility in immigration policies not only gives aspiring immigrant students to pursue higher education and into the workplace, but to set an example as a founding member of the United Nations- as a country that believes in a freedom for all.
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5 Works Cited Bailey, Beatrice and McCorkle, Will.” UN Human Rights Violations Here at Home? The Plight of Undocumented and DACA Students in South Carolina, USA.” Journal of International Social Studies , vol. 6, no. 1, Mar. 2016, pp. 161-167 Journal. “Are DACA Students Still Safe to Stay?” New England Board of Higher Education , 25 Apr. 2017 Ramírez, Eddy. “Should Colleges Enroll Illegal Immigrants?” U.S. News & World Report , U.S. News & World Report, 7 Aug. 2008
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