Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Give for Immigrant Justice and Human Rights ...

December 2010

Dear Friends,

As a memorable 2010 comes to a close, we ask for your support of NNIRR. Giving an end-of-the year donation takes only a few minutes, and your contribution will help us to continue the fight for immigrant rights and justice. Please contribute as much as you can.

We're sure you've seen the news -- the Republicans and anti-immigrant proponents are promising to squash any proposals for genuine immigration reforms, while drumming up more anxieties through their hateful and misguided proposals like Arizona's SB 1070. Among their plans is a challenge the 14th amendment, which ensures citizenship of those born in the U.S., including the children of undocumented immigrants. And with the 2012 general election on the horizon, anti-immigrant posturing will likely storm ahead.

So we will have a lot to do -- all of us -- to stop the further deterioration of rights and continue the fight for the well-being and safety of all immigrants and their families.

Just one more request -- you can help us to celebrate the National Network's 25th anniversary in 2011 by signing on as a NNIRR sustainer on the online donation page. A regular donation,
of whatever size, every month or every three months -- will help the National Network to carry out its programs and responsibilities in what is sure to be a dynamic and challenging next year. (Want to send a check by mail? Just make payable to 'NNIRR' and mail to us at 310 8th St., Ste. 303, Oakland, CA 94607)

Click here to see highlights of NNIRR's activities in 2010, and what's on the agenda for 2011.

Thank you for your support and solidarity, and our best wishes for a happy, healthy and peaceful new year!


Catherine Tactaquin
Executive Director

P.S. Be sure to visit our updated website in mid-January. But go now to to check out our latest report, “Injustice for All: The Rise of the U.S. Immigration Policing Regime,” which includes documentation and stories from the field detailing the growth of the immigration enforcement system. Print copies of the report will be available soon from the website.


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