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Fact Sheet: Immigration Accountability Executive Action

On November 20, President Barack Obama announced his executive action on immigration. Click here to read and download the Fact Sheet on the Immigration Accountability Executive Action.

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Open Letter to President Obama + End Child Detention Day

An Open Letter to President Barack Obama  Read more >

NNIRR E-News: Election, Borders and more

Building Action for Human Rights at International Borders
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All Out for Global Climate Justice

Join NNIRR, friends and allies in New York to call on the world's governments to take action for climate justice and migrant rights Read more >

Who is Dayani Cristal? Award-winning film airs nationally this weekend

As President Obama ponders when and what executive action he will take on immigration, he has made clear that he is committed to increased border enforcement (Sept. 5 press conference in Wales). Read more >

Update: Border Crisis, Criminalization, Uniting Haitian Families

Both Administrative and congressional action on the "border crisis" is looming, with Congress headed for its month-long summer break at the end of next week. Obama is meeting today with the presidents of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, and he will reportedly urge them to step up their "public relations campaign" to deter people from leaving their homelands -- not exactly the policy response we think the U.S. Read more >

New Website for Friendship Park/El Parque de la Amistad

The Friendship Park/El Parque de la Amistad has a new, updated website: http://www.friendshippark.org/

Here is a description of this important binational initiative: Read more >

NNIRR Urges President Obama to Act for Human Rights and Justice

Ensure Due Process and Humanitarian Support for Vulnerable Children and Their Families Read more >

United Methodist Women Calls White House to Act on Deportation Crisis

In a letter sent to President Obama, General Secretary and CEO Harriett Olson urges action to stop detaining and deporting people solely on the basis of immigration status and to provide provisional status until a legalization bill becomes law. The letter includes highlights of United Methodist Women's commitment and advocacy for U.S. immigration reform and global migrant rights.

The text of the open letter to the White House follows.

 

Dear President Obama, Read more >

No Deportations - April 5 Day of Action

Tomorrow, Saturday, April 5, is a Day of Action against deportations -- an echo of the continuing demand for justice from immigrant families, communities and the immigrants' rights movement. Read more >