Two Ways to Support NNIRR on #GivingTuesday


Two Ways to Support NNIRR

1) Join us today on #GivingTuesday (and beyond)

President Obama's executive action will provide temporary relief from deportation for millions of undocumented immigrants. This is a historic step and we hope it will pave the way for lasting, durable changes to truly transform immigration policy. But we have so much more work to do.

You know that NNIRR is committed to those lasting changes. We are especially committed to advancing human rights at the border--linking local organizing work with national policy change and a global initiative to lift up human rights at all international borders. You know that the issue of increased border enforcement is a tough one--and is constantly "thrown under the bus" in the compromises on immigration reform. But it has to be on our immigrant rights agenda. More than ever, we need to commit to rights, justice and dignity at the border.

We deeply appreciate your support.

Please donate to NNIRR today on #GivingTuesday (or on any other day!) Consider joining us as a sustainer to provide meaningful support throughout the year.

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2) Purchase our acclaimed cookbook:

Recipes on the Move: Sustaining the Movement for Immigrant Rights

Our holiday sale begins today through Int'l Human Rights Day, Dec. 10

A perfect holiday gift for friends, family and yourself--and proceeds from every book sold benefit NNIRR's program and activities the year round.

Celebrating our migrant communities and favorite recipes from around the world.

“Clearly, food has become one of the primary entrées of our social interaction. From these exchanges we have gotten to know more about one another: where we come from, our family and broader communities, some of the specific characters from our lives, and the origins of our values for social justice that often stem from these histories… And within the immigrant rights movement, we’ve learned how food from different cultures has introduced diverse communities to one another, building familiarity and bonds…” (Recipes on the Move: Sustaining the Movement for Immigrant Rights)

Featuring 27 recipes and stories about how food helps to bridge communities and break down walls of intolerance. The delicious recipes in this 70-page collection were contributed by migrant groups representing over 18 nationalities, living in 21 cities across the US and around the globe.

Read the Table of Contents and list of recipes here.

On sale for just $15.00--and includes free shipping!

Click here for easy online ordering.

Click here for a mail order form.

Be sure to order early in time for holiday giving!

Thanks so much for your support!