Action Alert: Sign Petition to Pres. Obama: The Border Patrol Killed my Husband

By now you are all aware that the Department of Justice issued an announcement on Friday that they will not be pressing charges on the federal agents who brutally beat and murdered Anastasio Hernandez Rojas in 2010, despite video evidence and eyewitness testimony.  This is unacceptable. Read more >

Calling for #JustBorders Here & Around the Globe

Over the next few years, NNIRR is committing to lift up the migration situation at borders, beginning with spotlighting the conditions and enforcem Read more >

NNIRR Board Road Trip to South Texas

At the end of June, members of NNIRR’s Board of Directors traveled to South Texas to meet with partners and allies and to visit key sites along the border. We thought this shared experience and connection with border colleagues would be important as we gear up for our Just Borders initiative, to spotlight border issues nationwide… Read more >

NNIRR E-News: Scapegoating Immigrants, DACA-DAPA Update

a wrap up of activities, updates and news you can use, July 24, 2015 Read more >

NNIRR E-news: Immigration & 2016 Elections, #EndDetention, Naming Dead Migrants & More


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Immigration, Immigrant Communities and the 2016 Elections

Eighteen politicians have already announced their intentions to become President of the United States. Over the next seventeen months, as the candidates pave their roads to the White House, we can be sure to hear a score of immigration-related topics and proposals--just as we have heard an often-convoluted ranting about immigration in the national news these past couple of weeks. Read more >

NNIRR E-News: The Border, Corporate Interests, Detention, Actions


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NNIRR E-news: Clinton, Detention, Border Bill, Mother's Day & More

Two Mother's Day commitments to #EndFamilyDetention: Read more >

Rally Against Immigrant Detention!

President Obama's proposals to provide temporary relief from deportation for some undocumented immigrants are still on hold, blocked by an injunction pending resolution of a lawsuit challenging the program. But immigrant rights advocates and activists have ramped up the fight against immigration detention--a glaring and punitive part of ongoing national immigration policy. Read more >

Over 150 Organizations Send Joint Letter to Congress in Opposition to HR 399 Border Bill

A broad cross-section of organizations nationwide has signed a letter opposing HR 399, the "borders first" bill authored by Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX). The bill itself, which was marked-up and passed by the House Homeland Security Committee (which McCaul chairs), has been delayed before consideration by the Rules Committee. Read more >