Undocumented Voices is an oral history project that seeks to document the lives of undocumented students, known as dreamers, who have, and are currently, pursuing a more inclusive U.S. immigration policy. These students have captured the public attention for the extensive social and political movement that they have built on college campuses around the U.S. The Undocumented Voices project aims to create a public conversation about what it means to be an immigrant and an American. Through the compelling narrative of Undocumented Voices, we find a lens through which we can engage the power of the humanities to promote understanding and respect for diverse histories, cultures, and perspectives. Undocumented Voices seeks to highlight the trajectory of the immigrant student movement over the last decade, and explore the history of American immigration, the process of storytelling, and what it means to be a citizen.