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Supreme Court ruling on SB 1070

On Monday, June 25th, the Supreme Court struck down three of the four provisions challenged by the Obama administration establishing that immigration policy is the responsibility of the federal government and not the states.

Immigrants Cause Climate Change? CAPS Ads Blame Carbon Emissions on Immigration

The recent ads being run on TV stations such as MSNBC by Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS), is yet another attempt by the racist, right-wing, anti-immigrant movement to take a "hot" issue (pun intended) such as climate change and turn it into "flaming" anti-immigrant rhetoric: Read more >

OIG Reports on S-comm Miss the Point

On Friday, April 6th, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office of the Inspector General (OIG) released two reports that ultimately missed the point in addressing key concerns presented by Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA) in a request for an OIG investigation into the flawed and controversial "Secure Communities" deportation program.

Lofgren's request for an investigation came at the heels of massive outcry by grassroots groups and communities nationally due to the rampant rights violations and abuses caused by the detention & deportation dragnet. Read more >

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Black Migration and Immigration—Two Sides of the Same Coin

Ostrich In-depth: 11 Immigration and Health Issues of 2011

[Posted Dec. 30, 2011] Read more >

New Resources: Immigration, Immigrant Communities and the 2012 Elections

With the general election now less than a month away, media coverage on the impact of the "immigrant vote" is escalating, while on the ground, community-based groups have ramped up their education and outreach. Read more >

NNIRR Commentary - Obama’s Executive Action Is a Historic Step – But We Need Fairness and Justice for All

Stop Detentions and Deportations, Roll Back Militarization of the Border Read more >

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Here's to Justice in 2013

As we close out 2012, we ask that you join NNIRR in making 2013 a banner year for immigrant justice -- a year in which the rights of immigrants grow and are validated in fair, genuine, humane immigration reforms. Read more >