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No to Racism, No to Hate, No to White Supremacy!

This year's acknowledgement of the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination is  especially urgent, coming just days after the murderous attack on the Muslim community in New Zealand that left 50 people dead and many still critically injured. Read more >

Experts Slam Trump for "Halting Legal Immigration" with Planned Closure of Overseas Immigration OfficeH

Experts have criticized a plan by President Donald Trump’s administration to close overseas immigration offices currently assisting foreigners applying for visas to come to the United States legally. Read more >

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A New Bilingual Children's Book Benefits NNIRR

Artists, authors and musicians have helped us all along the way, dedicating art, books and songs to raise funds for our work. The latest?

A new bilingual children's book with beautiful illustrations... Read more >

House Democrats introduce bill to offer 2.5 million immigrants chance at permanent status

House Democrats are teeing up their next major piece of legislation: an immigration bill that would allow as many as 2.5 million people to apply for legal status and put them on a path that could ultimately lead to US citizenship. Read more >

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‘You Have to Pay With Your Body’: The Hidden Nightmare of Sexual Violence on the Border

MCALLEN, Tex. — It was dark in the stash house where they kept her, the windows covered so no one could see inside. Read more >

Temporary protections extended for some immigrants as lawsuit continues

The Department of Homeland Security said Thursday that temporary protections for immigrants originally from El Salvador, Haiti, Nicaragua and Sudan will continue to next year. Read more >

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