NDLON Reacts to DOJ Appeal of Texas Decision Enjoining DAPA, Calls on Obama Administration to Rein in Deportation Machine While Legal Case Works its Way Through Court

For Immediate Release // Excuse Cross-posting Contact: Salvador Sarmiento, NDLON, 202-746-2099, sgsarmiento@ndlon.org March 12, 2015 NDLON Reacts to DOJ Appeal of Texas Decision Enjoining DAPA, Calls on Obama Administration to Rein in Deportation Machine While Legal Case Works its Way Through Court (Washington, DC)–In response to the US Department of Justice’s appeal to the Fifth…

Immigrant Rights Groups Call for Transparency as They Serve FOIA Request to Uncover the Truth about ICE’s “Discontinuation” of Se Communities

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE // PLEASE EXCUSE CROSS-POSTINGS // PLEASE FORWARD Press AdvisoryDate: March 5, 2015Contacts: SG Sarmiento, sgsarmiento@ndlon.org, (202) 746-2099Angela Chan, angelac@advancingjustice-alc.org, (415) 848-7719 Immigrant Rights Groups Call for Transparency as They Serve FOIA Request to Uncover the Truth about ICE’s “Discontinuation” of Se CommunitiesEvent in Washington, DC launches national effort to shine light on…

Immigrant Rights Groups Call for Transparency as They Serve FOIA Request to Uncover the Truth about ICE’s “Discontinuation” of Se Communities

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE // PLEASE EXCUSE CROSS-POSTINGS // PLEASE FORWARD Press AdvisoryDate: March 5, 2015 Contacts: SG Sarmiento, sgsarmiento@ndlon.orgAngela Chan, angelac@advancingjustice-alc.org Immigrant Rights Groups Call for Transparency as They Serve FOIA Request to Uncover the Truth about ICE’s “Discontinuation” of Se CommunitiesEvent in Washington, DC launches national effort to shine light on ICE’s new “Priority…

Day Laborers Partner with James Madison Elementary School to Beautify Campus for the Student Community

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEFebruary 27th, 2015Contact: Pablo Alvarado (213) 210-7124 apabloalvarado@aol.com DAY LABORERS PARTNER WITH JAMES MADISON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TO BEAUTIFY CAMPUS FOR THE STUDENT COMMUNITY (February 27, 2015, Los Angeles) – On Saturday, February 28th, from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 PM, day laborers from the Pasadena Community Job Center, will volunteer their efforts for a…

A Welcome Sign that President to Hear from Undocumented Immigrants

For Immediate Release // Excuse cross-posting Date: February 20, 2015Contact: SG Sarmiento, 202-746-2099, sgsarmiento@ndlon.org A Welcome Sign that President to Hear from Undocumented Immigrants (New Orleans, LA)—For at least the second time this year, President Obama will engage in dialogue with immigrants directly impacted by his DAPA and DACA policies. Today, the White House and…

NDLON Reaction to Initial Texas v US Decision: Judicial Vigilantism Will Not Slow Progress Toward Equality

For Immediate Release // Excuse cross-posting // Please share // On-line at www.ndlon.org/en/pressroom Date: February 17, 2015 Contact: SG Sarmiento, NDLON, 202-746-2099 NDLON Reaction to Initial Texas v US Decision: Judicial Vigilantism Will Not Slow Progress Toward Equality (Los Angeles/Washington DC) In reaction to the recent decision by Judge Andrew Hanen, Pablo Alvarado, Executive Director…

The Circus in Congress Will Not Distract Growing Calls For Immigrant Equality

For Immediate Release // Excuse cross-posting // Please share Contact: SG Sarmiento, NDLON, 202-746-2099 The Circus in Congress Will Not Distract Growing Calls For Immigrant Equality In reaction to the most recent spectacle in Congress and the publication of the President’s budget request, Pablo Alvarado, Executive Director of NDLON, issued the following statement: “For years,…

President Urged to Address Role of DHS & Immigration Enforcement in Police Abuse

For Immediate Release // Excuse Cross-posting // Please Forward Share at: http://bit.ly/dhs-policeabuse Date: January 20, 2015Contact: SG Sarmiento, NDLON, 202-746-2099, sgsarmiento@ndlon.org President Urged to Address Role of DHS & Immigration Enforcement in Police Abuse Los Angeles, CA—Ahead of the President’s second to last State of the Union address, the Executive Director of the National Day…

Arpaio and Montgomery Ordered to Stop Enforcing Statutes on which Raids are Based

For Immediate Release // Excuse cross-postings // Please forward January 5, 2015 Contacts: Caroline Picker, Puente, media@puenteaz.org, 510-501-7276Salvador G. Sarmiento, NDLON, sgsarmiento@ndlon.org, 202-746-2099Steve Kilar, ACLU of Arizona, skilar@acluaz.org, 602-773-6007 Arpaio Reign of Terror on Immigrants Suffers Another Crippling Blow in Federal Court CourtGrants Injunction in Lawsuit Against Workplace RaidsArpaio and Montgomery Ordered to Stop Enforcing…