Nancy Huang


Nancy Huang is a journalist and writer. She is the author of a poetry collection, Favorite Daughter (Write Bloody Publishing). Her work appears in ORANGE Magazine, The Austin-American Statesman, Winter Tangerine Review, and others. 

Good Immigrant, Bad Immigrant: What the Repeal of DACA Means for Undocumented Asian Americans

For the 120,000 Asian Americans eligible for the program, model minority pressures run high.

Last month, Raymond Partolan was in New York City on the day Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) was repealed. On vacation with college friends, Partolan was planning to attend the U.S. Open Tennis Championships, but decided to stay in his Airbnb to watch Jeff Sessions announce the repeal of DACA live.