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Summer Sale - Recipes for Justice

NNIRR's Migrant Recipes Cookbook Summer SALE 

$15 includes shipping, one week only!

(July 25 thru August 1)

Spice up your summer BBQs and gatherings with 28 global recipes and enjoy the personal stories about how these dishes and food helps to bridge communities and break down walls of intolerance.

Recipes on the Move is great to share with family and friends - order now at the sale price for holiday giving!

The 70-page collection includes delicious recipes from migrant communities representing 18 nationalities, now living in 21 cities across the US and around the globe.

View recipes, story themes and countries listed in the     Table of Contents

 SPECIAL SUMMER SALE FOR ONE WEEK ONLY!! 

Sale price $15.00 (regularly $25.00) AND free shipping!

Sale dates:  July 25 thru Wednesday, Aug. 1

Please allow 5-7 days for regular shipping. Expedited shipping available for an extra fee. Contact inquiries for more information.

Click here for easy online ordering. Prefer to order by mail? Click here for a mail order form.

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Join us to expand immigrant rights

OPEN LETTER TO MEMBERS AND FRIENDS:

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AP NewsBreak: Grand jury probes border death

SAN DIEGO — A federal grand jury is investigating the death of an illegal immigrant from Mexico who was shot by U.S. border authorities with a stun gun, a move that suggests the government is considering criminal charges after more than two years of silence on the politically charged case.
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Alabama Update


Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice outside the state capitolAlabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice outside the state capitolFollowing Arizona's footsteps, Alabama passed the harshest anti-immigrant racial profiling law last summer, making it possible for police to stop, question, and detain anyone they believe to be "reasonably suspicious" of being in the country without legal status.

Replacing future immigrants and Americans with temporary foreign workers: Everyone except employers suffers from out-of-control visa system

Indigenous Leaders and Academics request the Texas-Mexico Border Wall be reviewed by UN CERD (80th Session) under Early Warning and Urgent Action Procedures

Indigenous leaders and faculty of the Human Rights Clinic, School of Law, University of Texas at Austin and  Indigenous Studies at the University of British Columbia Okanagan will give public statements and discuss the international and Indigenous law analysis of the Texas-Mexico Border Wall under the Early Warning and Urgent Action Procedures of the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (80th Session). Read more >

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