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Strike for Climate Justice! Commit to Migrant Rights!

Over 1,000 events are slated for the Climate Strike tomorrow, Friday, September 20. Click here to locate and participate in actions near you. Read more >

United in Love and Solidarity Standing Against All Forms of Bigotry, White Supremacy

The events of these past couple of weeks have been overwhelming, producing a mixture of emotions -- grief, anger, sadness, frustration. Read more >

Sign the Petition: No Hotels for ICE

Demand that U.S. hotel chains refuse to let ICE use their properties as jails for immigrants Read more >

Immigration News Updates: Resistance in the Face of Continued Assault on Immigrant, Refugee Rights

As Congress heads towards its annual August recess, immigration issues continue to make headlines, including as election debate topics. Read more >

NOT ONE MORE CHILD DETAINED, NOT ONE MORE LIFE LOST: A CALL FOR GLOBAL SOLIDARITY

The vicious and calculated escalation of abuses and deaths of children at the US border over the last months have horrified millions across the globe.  Read more >

End immigrant detention! Close the Camps - Tuesday, July 2

Threats of mass deportations, tragic photos of migrants dying at borders, exposure of inhumane detention conditions of children, their families, and other migrants and asylum seekers have pushed many to ask what they can do to stop these policies and practices. Even presidential hopefuls are pressing to end the criminalization of undocumented border crossers--something that has largely gone without comment by most politicians. Read more >

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NNIRR Welcomes Supreme Court Ruling on Census: Let's Get on to Mobilizing Immigrant Participation in Census 2020

The National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (NNIRR) welcomes the Supreme Court's ruling that blocks--at least temporarily--the inclusion of a citizenship question in the 2020 Census. Today's decision sends the case back to a lower court where the Department of Commerce, which oversees the Census, is asked to clarify justification of its argument to include the citizenship question. Read more >

Save the Date: NNIRR's Gratitude Event - Party for Cathi

Save the Date!

Join NNIRR to celebrate Cathi Tactaquin! Read more >

Good news: Liberian DED Reinstated for One Year!

A rare announcement of good news -- Deferred Enforcement Departure (DED) status has been extended for Liberians in the U.S. until March 31, 2020. DED was set to expire this coming Sunday, and we had joined other advocates and the Liberian community in issuing an alert and call to urge congressional leaders to tell  the White House to reinstate DED. Congratulations to the all the groups and community members who worked to make this happen! Read more >

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