After reports of the arrest of a Long Island man accused of targeting hispanic day laborers, driving them to remote locations and attacking them, National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON) Executive Co-Director Nadia Marin Molina made the following statement
Los Jornaleros del Norte Launch East Coast Tour to Celebrate 20th Anniversary of NDLON and to Continue the Fight Against Injustices
This week, Los Jornaleros del Norte will leave their West Coast home to join the fight for justice with day laborers and immigrants across the East Coast.
National Day Laborer Organizing Network Reacts to President Joe Biden Visit to New York and New Jersey
The National Day Laborer Organizing Network released the following statement in response to President Joe Biden visit to New Jersey and New York
On Saturday, August 28th, hundreds of day laborers from across Pomona and the Inland Empire, household workers, immigrant youth, immigration organizations and activists marched 12 miles, across three cities, to demand respect from state and national leaders, employers, and society at large for the 12 million undocumented people living in the US.
On Anniversary of ICE Raids, Workers Deliver Request for Deferred Action to US Labor Dept in Mississippi
On Monday, workers and advocates from the Immigrant Alliance for Justice and Equity (IAJE of Mississippi) and National Day Laborer Organizing Network publicly delivered a formal request for deferred action at the U.S. Department of Labor offices in Jackson, Mississippi.
In reaction to President Biden’s statement tonight pledging to advance immigration reform through reconciliation, NDLON Co-Executive Director Pablo Alvarado said
NDLON and the Centro de Integración Para Migrantes y Personas Trabajadoras (CIMITRA) in El Salvador reacted to the expansion of the Central American Minors (CAM) Program by the Biden Administration announced today. The program allows youths to be reunited with their parents in the United States legally.
In reaction to the release of “PUBLIC SAFETY: BLUEPRINT FOR CHANGE” a report by the AFL-CIO Task Force on Racial Justice, Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT), NDLON co-directors Angela Sanbrano, Nadia Marin-Molina, and Pablo Alvarado issued the following statement on behalf of the National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON)
No More Posturing: President Biden and Congress Must Use Power of the Purse to Advance Immigrant Rights
In reaction to today’s hearing by the U.S. House Appropriations Committee on “Department of Homeland Security Resource Management and Operational Priorities” and testimony from Secretary Mayorkas, NDLON campaign director Salvador G Sarmiento issued the following statement:
In response to today’s US Senate hearing entitled “Immigrants are Essential Workers in America,” NDLON sent a letter to Subcommittee Chair Senator Alex Padilla (CA-D), thanking the Senator for taking this initial step, and calling on him to host a hearing on “the direct conflict that currently exists between US immigration law enforcement and labor law enforcement.”