100% of the profits will go to our DACA fund
About the artist:
Norma Ramirez graduated with her Ph.D in Clinical Psychology from Fuller Theological Seminary, Graduate School of Psychology. In addition, as an activist and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipient, Norma is distinguished in her national efforts to fight for the lives and dignity of those with DACA status. In 2017 Norma participated in filing the lawsuit against the Trump Administration for illegally rescinding DACA.
In her clinical work and research, Norma focuses on the impact of immigration among Latinx families. Norma is currently completing her doctoral internship where she provides therapeutic and assessment services in English and Spanish for low income Latinx families, which frequently includes families with mixed legal statuses. As a Research Fellow Norma has organized multiple research efforts focused on domestic and international studies on traumatic stress among Latinx populations. Her dissertation research focuses on identifying the processes associated with precarious parental legal status and psychological distress in Latinx U.S citizen children.
Norma Ramirez uses her clinical expertise in her social justice efforts to advocate for the undocumented community. Norma has aimed to increase accessibility by collaborating on the creation of specialized mental health resources for individuals with precarious legal status, providing targeted outreach events in her community, and facilitating trainings for mental health professionals who seek to better serve individuals with undocumented/DACA status.
These stickers are weatherproof. They're able to withstand exposure to wind, rain and sunlight. The stickers are printed on premium vinyl with a permanent adhesive and are coated with a protective laminate that makes them super durable and resistant to fading, scratching, tearing, and water.