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Here's to a more humane 2019 -- with peace and justice for all

Even as we reflect on this past year with friends and family, we are making plans for the next year, with barely a break in step. We are all too aware of those who are experiencing hard times and all forms of injustice, and many have spent their holidays assisting migrants and others, sharing contributions and material goods. Throughout the year, in fact, so many people stepped forward to protest and to provide direct support in the face of injustice. Read more >

Your Support to Lift Voices & Act for Migrant Rights

Your support - and action - as we close out 2018

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Join the International Migrants' Day 'Tweet Storm' Today

Today, December 18, is International Migrants' Day --  a day when worldwide we recognize and celebrate the role and contributions of migrants in our com Read more >

Endorse the Marrakech Women's Rights Manifesto

This week we have an unprecedented opportunity to demand that migrant women’s rights and leadership be put at the center of the migration debates and policies that hold sway over their lives. Read more >

Solidarity, Justice, Rights: Support NNIRR on #GivingTuesday

#GivingTuesday kicks off the Season of Giving 2018 -- closing a year in which justice, human rights and the safety and stability of immigrant communities and people in migration have been under daily attack, before and after Read more >

Inside NNIRR! An update for members and donors

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March Tomorrow for Climate Justice & Migrant Rights!

Going to the march in San Francisco tomorrow (Saturday, Sept. 8)?

Look for the NNIRR banner (below) and march with us! Read more >

Join us for Climate Justice & Migrant Rights!

We are heading for a week of activities for climate justice and invite you to join NNIRR in the San Francisco Bay Area as we march and collaborate with partners and allies as we rise for climate, jobs and justice over the next week. Read more >

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As Reunification Deadline Looms: Hundreds of Families Remain Separated

Shortly before today's court-ordered deadline for the reunification of families separated at the border, only 1,442 children had been reunited with their parents--one in three children remains separated. Some 468 parents have already been deported and there are considerable fears they may not be reunited without their childre Read more >

The problem is bigger than ICE

As amazing as it is to see #AbolishICE and "Abolish ICE" signs at protests -- and even to hear members of Congress echo the call -- our problem is more than abolishing this agency. Read more >

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