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Federal Judge Confirms Long Island Day Laborers are Protected by US Constitution

For Immediate ReleaseSeptember 4, 2015Contact: SG Sarmiento, sgsarmiento@ndlon.org Federal Judge Confirms Long Island Day Laborers are Protected by US Constitution Long Island, NY—In response to a federal court judge striking down a NY town’s law banning day laborers from seeking work, representatives of the National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON) made the following statements: Gabriel…

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RELEASE: NDLON Demands Answers from ICE after “Record Number” of Arrests

For Immediate ReleaseSeptember 3, 2015Contact: Claudia Bautista, cbautista@ndlon.org NDLON Demands Answers from ICE after “Record Number” of Arrests Los Angeles, CA—In response to ICE’s ‘record setting’ raid in Southern California during which 244 people were taken from their homes, immigrant and civil rights groups are demanding transparency from ICE and offering a hotline for individuals that…

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RELEASE: Grammy Award-Winning Quetzal Joins Community Concert Outside Immigrant Prison

For Immediate ReleaseJuly 31, 2015Contact: Claudia Bautista, cbautista@ndlon.org, (310) 909-3917 Grammy Award-Winning Quetzal Joins Community Concert Outside Immigrant PrisonAs Scapegoating of Immigrants on the rise following “Trump Effect”, Community Rallies to Serenade Inmates and Deportees What: Chant Down the Walls Concert with Los Jornaleros del Norte & Grammy Award-Winning Quetzal followed by Clitoral Mass Bike…

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RELEASE: DC Officials, Immigrant Rights Groups Denounce Scapegoating in Congress, Stand up for Trust

For Immediate Release July 30, 2015Contact: SG Sarmiento, sgsarmiento@ndlon.org DC Officials, Immigrant Rights Groups Denounce Scapegoating in Congress, Stand up for Trust “DC is proud to be a sanctuary city” – Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton Washington, DC—On Thursday, city officials and immigrant rights groups joined in a unity press conference at the front steps of…

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RELEASE: #BringKenaultHome: Coalition demands due process for father & husband deported for minor marijuana convictions

For Immediate Release Press contacts: Olga Tomchin, olga@ndlon.org, 402.650.2339 // Jerónimo Saldaña, Jsaldana@policy.org, 212-613-8074 // Heidi Altman,haltman@caircoalition.org, 202-331-3320 x 20 #BringKenaultHome: Coalition demands due process for father and husband deported for minor marijuana convictions Washington, DC—A coalition of immigrant rights, human rights, and criminal justice reform advocacy organizations are calling on Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Office of Chief Counsel to allow green card holder Garfield Kenault Lawrence, (A#…

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