19 Reasons Latin Americans Come to the U.S. That Have Nothing To Do With The American Dream, by Roque Planas in Huffington Post.
Domestic workers (like nannies and maids) are usually women, immigrants, and of color. The National Domestic Workers Alliance mobilizes domestic workers across the country. The Domestic Worker Immigration Project is run by the Brazilian Immigrant Center in Boston.
Brave Hearts, When Lowell Was A Sanctuary City for Fugitive Slaves, a historical perspective by Robert Forrant at WBUR
Don’t Get Your Undocumented Friends In Trouble: A How-To, by Felicia Jarvis at the Daily Demand
If Immigration Agents Show Up At Your Door, a poster from ACLU of Northern California
Important Information for Immigrants and Allies, from the Center for New Americans in western MA
“Justice Fund” to Cover Legal Costs for Immigrants Facing Deportation, by Kaitlyn D’Onofrio at Diversity, Inc.
My Undocumented Friend, by Terry J. Allen in The Guardian
New Research Studies Immigration Assimilation and Busts Stereotypes, by Kenrya Rankin Naasel at Colorlines
No Excuses Not To Talk About Immigration, a short video and history of U.S. immigration policy from The Skimm
Pioneer Valley (MA) Workers Center offers resources for immigrants and Sanctuary In The Streets
United We Dream shares their core principles for immigration reform.
Springfield (MA) Church Becomes Sanctuary for Undocumented Residents, by Erin Fitzsimmonds and Samara Abramson at WesternMassNews
When A Father Of 4 Is Detained By ICE While Dropping His Daughters Off At School, by Julia Wick at LAist
When Crossing the U.S.-Mexico Border Was Not A Crime, by Kelly Lytle Hernandez at Yes Magazine
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