UndocuNation Atlanta: May 30th and 31st

UndocuNation is coming to Atlanta on May 30th and 31st! This traveling arts festival and workshop series will feature local and national visual artists, performers, organizers and advocates to uplift migrant stories and speak out against unjust policies and practices … Continued

Raising Minimum Wages for Restaurant Workers, a Racial Justice Issue

By Maria Myotte, Communications Coordinator for Restaurant Opportunities Centers United People go out to restaurants to celebrate, build relationships, enjoy food and each other’s company – not to investigate their favorite restaurant’s labor practices – which  is why unsustainable and … Continued

Multiracial Leadership Condemns Nativist Organizations with Roll Call Advertisement

A full-page advertisement appeared in yesterday’s edition of Roll Call, condemning anti-immigrant organizations that have persistently attempted to divide communities of color.  The strongly worded statement was sponsored by the Center for New Community, Black Alliance for Just Immigration, and … Continued

Immigrants, Faith Leaders in Philadelphia Begin 40 Day Fast to End Police/ICE Collaboration

By Nicole Kligerman, Community Organizer at New Sanctuary Movement of Philadelphia  On June 22, over 65 immigrants, allies, and religious leaders and 13 faith communities in Philadelphia began “40 Days of Fasting, Action, and Prayer” to demand an end to … Continued

The Path to Driver’s Licenses for All in Colorado, an Activist’s Perspective

By Esmeralda Dominguez for Driver’s Licenses for All Driver’s Licenses for All is a grassroots group of documented and undocumented Colorado residents who grew out of the Initiative 52 ballot campaign, which collected more than 30,000 signatures with 1,200 volunteers … Continued

The Path to Driver’s Licenses for All in Colorado

Sigue en español abajo By Pilar Carrillo for Licenses for All The Committee Licenses for All arose out of the need to change laws in the state of Colorado. Independent individuals researched how to make changes in state law and … Continued