Salvador G. Sarmiento, National Campaign Director for the National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON) released the following statement following passage of the Young Amendment to exclude undocumented immigrants from federal pandemic related stimulus aid during the Votarama:
National Day Laborer Organizing Network Reacts to Mayorkas Confirmation as Secretary of Homeland Security
Pablo Alvarado, Co-Executive Director of NDLON, released the following statement in reaction to Alejandro Mayorkas’ new role as Secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security:
Organizations in the United States and Central America Ask Biden Administration to Create a Policy That Will Benefit Families and Not Bureaucrats
On Wednesday, workers and organizations based in the United States, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, participants of the Corridors for Justice in Labor Migration initiative will join to respond to announcement the Biden Administration’s plan to tackle the root causes of migration in the region. The organizations are asking for transparency, accountability and inclusion as the region faces a one of the worst combination of emergencies in recent history.
Frontline workers from Massachusetts and Connecticut came together (with safe physical distancing) to sound the alarm about how the threats of ICE and deportation have created a crisis for workers.
NDLON CALLS ON ANNOUNCED LABOR SECRETARY NOMINEE MAYOR WALSH TO REIMAGINE AND REBUILD LABOR DEPARTMENT
In response to the Biden transition team announcing Marty Walsh as the nominee for US Labor Secretary, the National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON) issued the following statements
In Response to President-elect Biden’s statement on December 22 that, “The last thing we need is to say we’re going to stop immediately the access to asylum the way it’s being run now and end up with 2 million people on our border,” Pablo Alvarado of the National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON) issued the following statement:
In response to news that Tony Pham plans to step down as head of ICE, just five short months after he was appointed by Trump, our organizations made the following statement
On Friday, a letter to Governor Gavin Newsom signed by 48 groups statewide called on the governor to utilize his power to appoint a woman of color, “champion for immigrant workers rights” to the United States Senate seat vacated by VP-elect Kamala Harris.
In response to ICE Director Tony Pham’s threats against New York City residents, NDLON Regional Organizer, Jorge Torres, made the following statement
In response to news that OC Supervisor Michelle Steel is going to introduce the OC Human Relations’ “2019 Hate Crimes Report,” a number of community, legal and civil rights groups released the following statement