Abuela Xochitl Files Civil Rights Complaint against LAPD and Department of Homeland Security

Press Advisory for October 18Contact: Armando Carmona, armando@ndlon.org, (323) 250-3018 Abuela Xochitl Files Civil Rights Complaint against LAPD and Department of Homeland Security Immigrant Grandmother Jailed for 6 Months as a Result of Racial Profiling Files Civil Rights Complaints with Department of Homeland Security and LAPD Abuela Xochitl Hernandez Calls on DHS to Close Her…

Immigrant Grandmother Released on Bond Calls on ICE to End Deportation Saga: “I will not be truly free until ICE closes my case”

For Immediate Release // Excuse Cross-Postings //Contacts: Armando Carmona, armando@ndlon.org, (323) 250-3018Date: September 13, 2016 Immigrant Grandmother Released on Bond Calls on ICE to End Deportation Saga: “I will not be truly free until ICE closes my case” Los Angeles Community Leaders Join in Call for Meeting with Mayor Garcetti and ICE LA Field Office…

COURT LOWERS BOND OF IMMIGRANT GRANDMOTHER VICTIM OF ICE & LAPD GANG & RACIAL PROFILING

For Immediate Release // Excuse Cross Posting // September 2, 2016 Contact: Armando Carmona, armando@ndlon.org, (323) 250-3018   COURT LOWERS BOND OF IMMIGRANT GRANDMOTHER VICTIM OF ICE & LAPD GANG & RACIAL PROFILING Despite Growing Community Support, ICE Still Refuses to Release Her or Stop Her Deportation, as Local Groups Announce Fundraiser to Get Her…

Jailed Immigrants at For-Profit Detention Center Serenaded as California Governor Considers Legislation to Ban Private Prisons

For Immediate Release // Excuse Cross PostingsAugust 31, 2016Contact: Armando Carmona, armando@ndlon.org, (323) 250-3018 Jailed Immigrants at For-Profit Detention Center Serenaded as California Governor Considers Legislation to Ban Private Prisons Grammy Award winning La Santa Cecilia, Los Jornaleros del Norte, and special guests “CHANT DOWN THE WALLS” of Adelanto Detention Center Adelanto, California—The National Day Laborer Organizing…

What About Us? Criminalized Immigrants Respond to President Obama’s Defense of “Second Chances”

For Immediate Release  // Excuse Cross Postings // August 4, 2016
Contact: Armando Carmona, armando@ndlon.org, (323) 250-3018 What About Us?Criminalized Immigrants Respond to President Obama’s Defense of “Second Chances”    Los Angeles, CA – In response to President Obama’s announcement this week that he will be granting clemency to 214 Americans who were “incarcerated under outdated and unduly harsh sentencing laws,”…