As we come up upon the one-year mark since the racist violence we witnessed in El Paso, Texas, and in Mississippi last year, families and community leaders are making a call to action to stand up against white supremacy and xenophobia in all its forms.Details
In response to a new phase of Donald Trump’s war on cities, NDLON Co-Executive Director Pablo Alvarado made the following statement:Details
In response to the U.S. Supreme Court denying the Trump Administration’s request to review California’s sanctuary state law, the CA Values Act (DeLeon SB54), NDLON campaign director Salvador G Sarmiento made the following statement:Details
The Los Alamitos City Council tonight voted to repeal its ordinance that claimed the city is exempt from the California Values Act, also known as the “sanctuary state” law and SB54.Details
New Jersey Essential & Excluded Workers Caravan Ask State Leaders: “What About Us? – ¿Y Nosotros Que?
On Wednesday morning, New Jersey immigrant day laborers, worker centers and allies led over 50 cars in a “COVID-safe car protest” demanding Governor Murphy and state leaders provide emergency assistance to immigrant workers and families. Encircling the statehouse with banners on their cars reading “What About Us? — ¿Y Nosotros Que?” the groups call on state lawmakers to reject and address bigotry in the state and the exclusion of NJ immigrants from emergency relief.Details