National Day Laborer Network Calls for Broad-based “Alto Trump” Campaign to Defend Immigrant Rights in Short Term and Confront Systemic Racism in Long Term

For Immediate Release // Excuse Cross Posting // November 10, 2016 Contact: Armando Carmona, armando@ndlon.org, (323) 250-3018 National Day Laborer Network Calls for Broad-based “Alto Trump” Campaign to Defend Immigrant Rights in Short Term and Confront Systemic Racism in Long Term Groups Convene Popular Assembly in Los Angeles on Tuesday November 15th, Launch National Web-based…

Regardless of Who is President, Immigrants and Day Laborers Must Organize!

For Immediate Release // Excuse Cross Posting // November 7th 2016 Contact: Armando Carmona, armando@ndlon.org, (323) 250-3018 Regardless of Who is President, Immigrants and Day Laborers Must Organize! Los Angeles, CA— As the United States Presidential election comes to a close, Pablo Alvarado, Executive Director of the National Day Laborer Organizing Network issued the following…

Day Laborer Network to Support Baton Rouge Reconstruction Efforts

For Immediate Release //Please Excuse Cross PostingNovember 4th 2016Contact: Armando Carmona, armando@ndlon.org, (323) 250-3018 Day Laborer Network to Support Baton Rouge Reconstruction Efforts **The Brigade will arrive in New Orleans on Monday November 7th and will work until November 21st 2016. Participants will be available for comment and interviews. Los Angeles, CA– On Monday, the…

NDLON Response to New 287(g) Agreement in Harford County, Maryland

For Immediate Release // Excuse Cross PostingOctober 27th 2016Contact: Armando Carmona, armando@ndlon.org, (323) 250-3018 NDLON Response to New 287(g) Agreement in Harford County, Maryland Los Angeles — On Wednesday, the Harford County Sheriff’s Office in Maryland signed an agreement with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement office that officially declares their participation in the 287(g)…

NDLON Response to 3rd Presidential Debate: Immigrant Worker Rights Take Center Stage!

For Immediate Release // Excuse Cross PostingOctober 19th 2016Contact: Armando Carmona, armando@ndlon.org, 323-250-3018 NDLON Response to 3rd Presidential Debate: Immigrant Worker Rights Take Center Stage! Washington, DC — In response to statements about immigration that ocd during the third presidential debate, Cal Soto, Worker Rights Coordinator at the NDLON issued the following statement: “I’m glad…

Day Laborer Organizations to Host Facebook Live Discussion following Third Presidential Debate

Media Advisory for October 19th (Presidential Debate)Contact: Armando Carmona, armando@ndlon.org, (323) 250-3018 Day Laborer Organizations to Host Facebook Live Discussion following Third Presidential Debate WHAT: Day laborer and immigrant rights panel discussion following third presidential debateWHEN: Wednesday October 19th, 7:30pm PSTWHERE: Pasadena Community Job Center (500 N. Lake Ave, Pasadena, 91101) Los Angeles, CA —…

Abuela Xochitl Files Civil Rights Complaint against LAPD and Department of Homeland Security

Press Advisory for October 18Contact: Armando Carmona, armando@ndlon.org, (323) 250-3018 Abuela Xochitl Files Civil Rights Complaint against LAPD and Department of Homeland Security Immigrant Grandmother Jailed for 6 Months as a Result of Racial Profiling Files Civil Rights Complaints with Department of Homeland Security and LAPD Abuela Xochitl Hernandez Calls on DHS to Close Her…

100+ Organizations Call Upon DOJ to Drop Felony Charges Against Salvadoran Mother and End Practice of Criminalizing Refugees

For Immediate Release // Please Excuse Cross-Posting // October 13, 2016Press contacts: Tara Tidwell Cullen, 312.660.1337, ttidwellcullen@heartlandalliance.org; Armando Carmona, armando@ndlon.org, (323) 250-3018,  100+ Organizations Call Upon DOJ to Drop Felony Charges Against Salvadoran Mother and End Practice of Criminalizing Refugees St Louis, MO — More than 100 immigrant rights, civil rights, faith, and domestic violence organizations demanded that Attorney General Loretta Lynch and…

Immigrant Workers Take Sheriff Joe Arpaio and County’s Top Prosecutor To Court

Media Advisory for October 13 Contacts: Carlos Garcia, Puente, carlos@puenteaz.org; Armando Carmona, NDLON, armando@ndlon.org, (323) 250-3018; Steve Kilar, ACLU of Arizona, skilar@acluaz.org; Jennifer Kim, UCI Law, yoonjk2@law.uci.edu   Immigrant Workers Take Sheriff Joe Arpaio and County’s Top Prosecutor To Court Plaintiffs Ask Federal Judge to Rule Arpaio’s Workplace Raids and County Prosecutions of Immigrant Workers…