To make ends meet, migrant farm worker families regularly uproot their homes to move with the seasons--but at the expense of their children's education.
Jacob Atem, a former lost boy of Sudan, evaded attacks from militia while many other children were starved, shot, dehydrated and taken into slavery. Atem's journey led him to UF, and he believes his life was spared for one reason: to pay it forward.
Mica, who asked that only her first name be used, shares her experience as an undocumented student from Argentina. Learn about the DREAM Act through a voice that represents the 65,000 undocumented students in America who depend on it.