Bq. Eliana Fernandez: “The main reason why I’m here marching and I’m part of the movement is because of my kids. My children are everything, they are my biggest inspiration. I will do anything for them, including marching hundreds of miles and I want for them to one day look at this day and remember or like feel proud of you like, you know, that was my mommy helping the immigrant community and helping herself so....a lot of us come from mixed status families, and I want to highlight that.”
Eliana Fernandez is one of 200 people who will trek 230 miles to D.C., as they also hope to highlight the importance of long-term immigration relief to the 11 million undocumented people living in the U.S. The Supreme Court will hear arguments on the DACA case on Nov. 12. The Trump administration announced its plans to kill the program in September 2017.