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It's Time to Decriminalize Immigration

This week, the news has been dominated by horrifying scenes from the border of children being ripp Read more >

350 Organizations Sign Sharp Rebuke to Ryan's Immigration Bill: Does Not End Family Separation

WASHINGTON, DC - In the final hours before the House votes, 350 organizations from across the nation have come together to express their vehement opposition to the Ryan immigration bill, which fails to put an end to President Trump's family separation policy and also puts children and their parents in internment camps. Read more >

Welcome Summer! Cookbook & T-shirt Sale!!

Impress friends and family at summer get-togethers with recipes from our international cookbook -- and share a message of love, solidarity and justice in our fabulous t-shirt!  Read more >

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 >

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