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  • Over-Raided, Under Seige: U.S. Immigration Laws and Enforcement Destroy the Rights of Immigrants
    2008
    $10 per copy + $3 shipping/handling

    Over-Raided, Under Seige is the first report produced by NNIRR’s initiative HURRICANE: The Human Rights Immigrant Community Action Network.

    The report documents how the U.S. government is systematically violating the human rights of immigrant families, communities and workers.

    Over-Raided, Under Seige details over 100 stories of abuse and some 200 immigration raids during the period between between 2006 - 2007.

    (The Over-Raided, Under Siege report is perfect-bound, 92 pages.)

    $10 per copy + $3 shipping/handling

     

    (The free pdf version can be downloaded here)

  • Injustice for All: The Rise of the U.S. Immigration Policing Regime
    December 2010
    $10 + $3 shipping/handling

    Produced by HURRICANE: The Human Rights Immigrant Community Action Network (an initiative of the National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights), Injustice for All is a 58 page-report of rights abuses from 2009 through mid-2010.

    With full-color cover and easy-to-read design and content, this report provides an executive summary, findings, full analyses of the issues, policy recommendations, 100 Stories Chronology of Abuses, and eleven testimonial essays from communities in California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, North Carolina, Illinois and New York.

    $10 + $3 shipping/handling.

    (Send inquiries for bulk rates to: lrivas@nnirr.org or 510-465-1984 ext. 304)

    (The free pdf version can be downloaded here)

  • Human Rights & Human Security at Risk
    2003
    $5 (shipping included) Photocopy only; print and bound copy sold out.

    Human Rights and Human Security at Risk demonstrates that since placing immigration enforcement and services within the DHS just six months prior to the release of the report, already abusive and discriminatory immigration enforcement became even more entrenched, seriously jeopardizing community safety and compromising access to services.

    Immigration policies and practices that have been prone to abuse and human rights violations may now be even more difficult to reform or to establish government accountability within a structure that cements immigration policies within a war against terrorism.

     

    PHOTOCOPY only (print & bound copy sold out)

    $5 (shipping/handling included)

  • A World On the Move
    A Report from the 2001 UN World Conference Against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia, and Related Intolerance
    $7 per copy + $3 shipping (add $1 shipping per additional copy)

    A World On the Move presents a comprehensive look at the outcomes, lessons, and successes for immigrant and refugee rights from the 2001 UN World Conference Against Racism and Xenophobia. The report includes testimonies of participants in the Immigrant Rights Working Group and tips on preparing for international conferences. This up-to-date resource kit also shares analysis of international migrant and refugee issues, with practical guides on connecting local issues with international human rights campaigns and systems.

    $7 per copy + $3 shipping (add $1 shipping per additional copy)

  • From the Borderline to the Colorline
    A Report on Anti-Immigrant Racism in the United States
    $5 (shipping included) Photocopy only; print and bound copy sold out.

    From the Borderline to the Colorline: A report on Anti-Immigrant Racism in the United States provides an in-depth picture of the nature of anti-immigrant racism in the United States today.

    Through personal testimony and frontline analysis, these articles detail key issues impacting immigrant and refugee communities -- from trafficking, enforcement, and detention centers, to policy, legislation, and social rights.

    From the Borderline to the Colorline is a primer on the rights of immigrants and a guide to action against all forms of racism and intolerance.

    PHOTOCOPY only (print & bound copy sold out)

    $5 (shipping/handling included)

  • Hands that Shape the World
    Report on the Conditions of Immigrant Women in the U.S. Five Years after the Beijing Conference
    $10 per copy + $3 shipping (add $1 shipping per additional copy)

    Hands That Shape the World details the challenges immigrant women have faced in the U.S. since the 1995 UN World Conference on Women in Beijing, China. Featuring testimonies about human rights abuses, INS detention, employment, health, trafficking, and welfare reform.

    56 pages, with original illustrations. Published in conjunction with Beijing+5 activities in New York, June 2000.

    $10 per copy + 3 shipping (add $1 shipping per additional copy)

  • Portrait of Injustice
    The Impact of Immigration Raids on Familias, Workers, and Communities
    $5.00 per copy (shipping included) Photocopy only; print and bound sold-out

    $5.00 per copy (shipping included)

    PHOTOCOPY only; print and bound sold-out

  • HOLIDAY SALE THRU DEC. 31st!
    Recipes on the Move: Sustaining the Movement for Immigrant Rights

    NNIRR's Cookbook! A collection of inspiring recipes and stories from around the globe.

    In celebration of NNIRR's 25-year history Bridging Communities, Breaking Down Walls, NNIRR compiled a collection of 27 special recipes and stories reflecting the diverse migrant communities that make up the National Network. Recipes on the Move is a 70-page collection of delicious recipes from migrant groups representing over 18 nationalities, now living in 21 cities across the US and around the globe.

    Easy to order online -- scroll down for your ordering options!

    Included recipes come from Bangladesh, Brazil, Colombia, Eritrea, Guatemala, Guinea Conakry, Guyana, India, Iran, Italy, Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Palestine, Philippines and several regional recipes from around the United States.

    "Food is one way to gently bridge communities and break down walls of intolerance, ignorance and fear. The simple act of sharing a meal, especially those familiar foods from family and community, connects us to our values and our dreams for justice." (from the Introduction, Recipes on the Move).

    Accompanying each detailed recipe is a short story, offering a glimpse into the cultural origins of the recipe and the importance of these dishes in the hearts (and bellies) of the authors, their families, their past and contemporary communities. (70 pages)

    Read the Table of Contents here.

    Why not buy a gift that gives twice! Proceeds from every book you purchase will directly support the work of NNIRR!

    Click here for special holiday mail order form to order on sale through Dec. 31, 2017

    Bulk and consignment orders available for 5 or more copies. Please contact orders@nnirr.org to inquire.

    Easy online ordering. Just click below on the number of copies you want to see the amazing sale prices and click  "add to cart". Remember, regular 7-10 day shipping is free.

    * If you want it by Christmas, add $3.00 per book to your order on or before December 20th and we will send it priority mail.

    If you want overnight express shipping, contact us first at orders@nnirr.org for information on additional shipping cost.

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