Initial Reaction to Delay of Immigration Action

For immediate release // Excuse cross-posting  // Please Forward    Share at: http://www.ndlon.org/en/pressroom/press-releases/item/1087-reactions-delay-immigrant-rights-org Contact: Hairo Cortes, 714.737.1069, cortes.hairo@gmail.com   Initial Reaction to Delay of Immigration Action  In reaction to the President’s delay of Administrative Relief until after the elections, local immigrant rights organizations in the #Not1More Deportation Campaign released the following reactions:     “This delay shows…

NDLON: Initial Reaction to Delay of Immigration Action

For immediate release // Excuse cross-posting    Share at: http://www.ndlon.org/en/pressroom/press-releases/item/1086-ndlon-delay-reaction Contact: Hairo Cortes, 714.737.1069, cortes.hairo@gmail.com   NDLON: Initial Reaction to Delay of Immigration Action   In reaction to the President’s delay of Administrative Relief until after the elections, Pablo Alvarado and Marisa Franco of NDLON issued the following statements:   Pablo Alvarado: There has been a…

Blue Ribbon Commission Response: President Must Meet With Undocumented People

For immediate release // Excuse cross-posting   Share at: http://www.ndlon.org/en/pressroom/press-releases/item/1085-blue-ribbon-commission-response-president-must-meet-with-undocumented-people   Contact: Salvador Sarmiento, 202.746.2099, sgsarmiento@ndlon.org   Blue Ribbon Commission: Now’s the Most Important Time for President Obama to Meet With Undocumented People   Nothing about us without us!   In reaction to the President’s statement during the NATO summit, Maru Mora, member of the Blue Ribbon Commission, issued…

GA County Rejects Unconstitutional ICE Detentions, ICE Resorts to Fear

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE // excuse cross-posting   Share at: http://www.ndlon.org/en/pressroom/press-releases/item/1084-ga-county-rejects-ice-detention   Contact: Salvador Sarmiento, 202-746-2099, sgsarmiento@ndlon.org GA County Rejects Unconstitutional ICE Detentions, ICE Resorts to Fear to Defend Failed Deportation Quota Program ICE statements contradict new evidence that Se Communities deportation program has zero effect on crime rateWave of 160+ localities have ended ICE “immigrant holds” to restore…

Reaction: New Study Further Proof S-Comm Should be Terminated

  For immediate release // excuse cross-posting Share at: http://www.ndlon.org/en/pressroom/press-releases/item/1083-ndlon-reaction-deportation-study Contact: Salvador Sarmiento, NDLON, 202.746.2099, sgsarmiento@ndlon.org New Study Counters Se Communities Deportation Quota as “Crime-Control” Independent findings demonstrate program has zero effect on crime rate September 3, 2014 – Los Angeles, CA – A new study by law professors at the University of Chicago and New York University has found…

NDLON to Hold 7th National Assembly: Nuestra Voz, Nuestra Lucha

For Immediate Release Contact:           B. Loewe, NDLON, 773.791.4668, bloewe@ndlon.org   Day Laborers Hold National Convention in Los Angeles: “Nuestra Lucha, Nuestra Voz” At Pivotal Moment for Immigration Reform, National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON) celebrates accomplishments, takes stock of moment, and plans next steps   Los Angeles, CA – Sunday, August 24th to Thursday August…

Reaction to Events on the Hill

For Immediate Release // Excuse Cross Postings // Please Forward  (Info for August 2 demonstration below)    Date: August 1, 2014 Contact:  B Loewe, (773) 791-4668)   (Washington DC)  In reaction to events on Capitol Hill today, Marisa Franco, #Not1More campaign lead organizer for the National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON) issued the following statement: “Congress’s antipathy toward our community is…

New Study: Impact of Immigration Hyper-Enforcement in Georgia

For immediate release // excuse cross-postingContact: B. Loewe, NDLON, 773.791.4668, bloewe@ndlon.org New Report Details Prejudice and Pretext in Georgia’s Hyper Immigration EnforcementFederal ICE Access Programs and GA HB87 Driving Unprecedented Targeting and Deportation in the State Atlanta, GA – July 31, 2014Today advocacy organizations publish a new report based on data made available through FOIA litigation with the state…