Rising to the Challenge in 2017
Thank you for your support, as we rise to the challenge in 2017...for human rights, justice, and fairness
As we wind down 2016, we celebrate the hard work, support and commitment of members, friends, and allies. We know you recognize the challenges ahead of us in the defense of the rights of immigrants and refugees, especially those whose migration has been under difficult and sometimes dangerous circumstances. We look forward to a continued partnership with you all.
We thank you for your year-end donation to NNIRR. Your contribution now (and throughout the year, as a monthly or quarterly sustainer), will help us to keep the commitment we made on our 30th anniversary this past year, towards defending the rights of immigrants and refugees:
Providing strategic spaces for visioning and collaboration;
Building multi-sector alliances critical among people of color, women, LGBTIQ, the poor, working class, immigrants, refugees and environmental activists--working in solidarity on issues beyond immigration.
Promoting grassroots education and organizing, with renewal of our popular education tools and broadening outreach, connections, and learning through lived experiences.
Communicating a sharp message for human and civil rights that takes on xenophobic, racist, fear-mongering rhetoric through targeted outreach in traditional media; and regular, quality updates and analysis for our growing base on social media and more.
We are proud to work with our global partners to promote rights-centered policies and actions that address the human rights crisis of migrants and refugees, and always--pushing the envelope on solutions to the "root causes" of forced migration. Read more about NNIRR in 2016 and 2017.
Click here to make an online donation, or send your check, payable to the "National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights", to the address listed below. Ready to join NNIRR as a member? Click here to join the team!
And we'll see you in the streets--as our organizing for justice, our resistance to injustice, will no doubt require visible, mass action in the coming months and beyond!
-- Peace & solidarity from the Board and Staff of the National Network
Donations to the National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.