Alto Arizona

¡Alto Arizona! is a response to Arizona Senate Bill 1070. It is a campaign to push back against anti-immigrant state and local laws that are unjustly targeting migrant communities across the state. On Friday, April 23rd, Governor Jan Brewer joined the ranks of George Wallace and others like him who sought to gain political advantage…

Legalization

NDLON promotes immigration reform that legalizes undocumented immigrants and offers regular status for those living in the shadows. Everyone deserves full respect and dignity in society regardless of immigration status. Legalization and criminalization are two opposites that cannot co-exist. Therefore any immigration reform must offer pathways to citizenship without compromising on policies that broaden the…

Health and Safety

In terms of workplace health and safety risks, day laborers are among the most vulnerable labor groups in the U.S. Day laborers are often hired to perform the dirtiest, most difficult and dangerous jobs. Reports show that migrant workers are injured, suffer, and die on the job at a higher rates than native-born workers because…

Day Laborer Organizing

Day laborers and the day laborer family are at the heart of all of our programming and campaigns.  This page is for our work specifically dedicated to addressing best practices and issues related to street corner hiring sites and the establishment of worker centers. {loadposition day_laborers_slides} {loadposition labor_organizing_tabs}

Press Contacts

Contact: armando carmonaarmando@ndlon.org 951.966.6500 Member Organizations Contact Info:WEST COAST REGION MEMBERS CHIRLA (Los Angeles, CA)213 353 1333 IDEPSCA (Los Angeles,CA)213 252 2952 Malibu Community Labor Exchange (Malibu, CA)310 317 4717 Pomona Day Laborer Center (Pomona, CA)909 397 4215 Centro Laboral de Graton (Graton, CA)707 829 1864 Day Worker Center of Mountain View (Mountain View, CA)650…

Annual Reports

The National Day Laborer Organizing Network is proud to present its 10th Annual Report. You can preview the report online in the viewer below or download a PDF version of the Report in English. To view the report in Spanish, click Spanish here. “Stronger Together” Annual Report – English Version

Arizona to Nativist Lobby, “Stop Cheating on Me”

State Feels Spurned by Anti-immigrants’ Expanded Focus

“I used to be Tanton’s one and only,” Arizona sobbed in a confessional interview last week, speaking of John Tanton the head of the FAIR network responsible for today’s anti-immigrant climate.

Arizona called for the interview last week after attention began to drift as other states such as Kentucky and Mississippi introduced and passed SB 1070-like legislation in their own legislatures.

French Ask for Return of Statue of Liberty

End of United States’ ‘World-Wide Welcome’ Prompts Request

12.09.2010 – New York, NY

2010 may mark the year of international embarrassment for the United States. For the first time, this year marked the President submitting findings to the United Nations Human Rights review. After Arizona’s state law proved an international embarrassment for the United States, the country finds itself in a new diplomatic quandary.