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Trump draws rebuke for 'animal' remark at immigration talk

WASHINGTON — While railing against California for its so-called sanctuary immigration policies, President Donald Trump referred to some people who cross the border illegally as "animals" — drawing a sharp rebuke from Democratic leaders for the harsh rhetoric. Read more >

Support NNIRR During PDF Grassroots Fundraising Week!

We are proud to be among the amazing groups listed during the Peace Development Fund's Grassroots Fundraising Week. The Peace Development Fund (PDF) has supported progressive, grassroots organizing and advocacy for many years, and all week they have been featuring organizations from around the country and encouraging support. Read more >

The Census Will Add a Citizenship Question. What Happens Next?

The 2020 Census will include a controversial question about citizenship, an addition that has sparked fears of a widespread undercount among communities that are already difficult to reach. Wilbur Ross, the secretary for the U.S. Department of Commerce, announced the decision in a memo to the Department of Justice, which requested the question in December. Read more >

Honoring the Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.: Standing Up for Justice

As we honor the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr., we renew a deep commitment to justice--a justice denied to so many on the basis of race, class, nationality, immigration status, gender, sexual orientation, religion. In a year dominated by ugly, racist rhetoric and actions by Donald Trump, we need to reaffirm the positive values that should steer our course forward. Read more >

Thank you for your support, as we rise to the challenge of 2018

...for human rights, justice, and fairness
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A year of challenges for immigrants and refugees, with more on the horizon in 2018

As we near the end of a very long year -- punctuated by punitive, racist and downright disgusting pronouncements and decisions by Donald Trump -- we provide a round-up of issues and and actions. Read more >

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