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Giving thanks and moving forward

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We will continue the fight for rights and justice

The election to the presidency of the U.S. of a person who launched a run for that office by demonizing immigrants is not just hugely disappointing, but it could mark yet another frightening stage in U.S. immigration policy. A stage that greatly expands the already-repressive "deterrence" framework and reaches new lows in the criminalization of immigrant and refugee populations. Read more >

The national election is (finally) here...and more

...and immigrant communities are making a difference, in more ways than one! Read more >

Let's Party! Join NNIRR members, friends and family for our 30th birthday bash!

Take a mid-summer break to enjoy a great evening among friends and colleagues in the immigrant rights movement and beyond. NNIRR is 30 years old this year, and we'll be sharing some delicious food and drinks, interesting and fun conversation, and yes -- dancing to music wit Read more >

Immigration, Immigrant Communities and the 2016 Elections

Since last summer, we have been monitoring aspiring presidential candidates and their positions on immigration related issues, in particular. Read more >

NNIRR's 30th Anniversary Reception: Tearing Down Walls, Lifting Up Justice

Save the date for NNIRR's 30th Anniversary Reception  Read more >

May Day 2016 - Rally for Rights and Justice

International Workers Day, May Day, is May 1! May Day has become a rallying point for many issues in immigrant communities, especially since 2006, when millions of immigrant workers, families and allies marched and rallied in cities throughout the country against the anti-immigrant Sensenbrenner bill and for legalization. Read more >

Supreme Court: Fight for Families, Rule for Justice

#FightforFamilies, #RuleforJustice Read more >

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