Defending DACA

D.C. Business Combines Arts, Culture and Politics to Take a Stand

Since the Trump Administration announced the end of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA in early September, many Americans have voiced their frustration by turning it into action. The backlash comes as no surprise as the program's end will affect nearly 800,000 people who are under the program's protection.

 NewsVision reporter Nkechi Nnorom has the story of a Washington, DC business that's combining arts, culture and politics, in an effort to make a difference.