The Immigrant Defense Project promotes fundamental fairness for immigrants accused or convicted of crimes. IDP seeks to minimize the harsh and disproportionate immigration consequences of contact with the criminal justice system by working to transform unjust deportation laws and policies; and educating and advising immigrants, their criminal defenders, and other advocates.
The Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC) builds a democratic society that values diversity and the rights of all people. Through ILRC’s policy and advocacy efforts, we promote a vision of racial justice that advances the rights of all immigrants, including those who have had contact with the criminal legal system.
Just Futures Law is a transformational immigration lawyering shop rooted in movement lawyering. JFL defends and builds the power of immigrants’ rights and criminal justice activists, organizers and base building community groups working to disrupt and dismantle our deportation and mass incarceration systems. We are legal workers and lawyers with decades of experience, grounded in the core value that lawyering should serve movement organizing. We believe a path to a just future - a future without bans or walls, without prisons or police - requires a strong immigrants’ rights and racial justice movement, and it requires legal advocates to defend and grow that movement.
The National Immigration Project provides legal assistance and technical support to immigrant communities, legal practitioners, and advocates working to advance the rights of non-citizens. NIP seeks to promote justice and equality of treatment in all areas of immigration law, the criminal justice system, and social policies related to immigration.
SEARAC is a national civil rights organization that empowers Cambodian, Laotian, and Vietnamese American communities to create a socially just and equitable society. As representatives of the largest refugee community ever resettled in the United States, SEARAC has a vested interest in preventing further harm to Southeast Asian refugees who resettled in the United States because of U.S. involvement in Southeast Asia. SEARAC’s national immigration policy priorities include ending unjust mandatory detention and deportation laws, strengthening naturalization programs, and protecting family immigration.
Puente Human Rights Movement is a grassroots human rights organization centered on improving the quality of life for Arizona’s most marginalized communities. Our mission is to educate, organize, and empower our communities to unite and build political power in a collective effort to bring about lasting change to our state.
Families for Freedom is a New York City based human rights organization founded and led by immigrants with criminal convictions facing and fighting deportation. As an organizing support center for targeted communities, we support immigrants and their families through grassroots organizing, education and leadership development of community members at risk of, and undergoing, detention and deportation proceedings in order to change unjust laws and policies.
At Grassroots Leadership, we believe no one should profit from the imprisonment of human beings. We live in the most incarcerated society in the history of the world. Every day we confront a prison industry that preys on pain because locking people up dehumanizes all of us. Grassroots Leadership works for a more just society where prison profiteering, mass incarceration, deportation, and criminalization are things of the past.
WAISN is the largest immigrant-led coalition in Washington state. We are a powerful, volunteer-driven network of immigrant and refugee-rights organizations and individuals distributed across the state that strives to protect, serve and strengthen communities across the state. We work to provide support, capacity and resources to organizations’ efforts to build power and a united voice statewide. We are made up of over 100 organizational members, with backgrounds and specialization in law, education, policy, direct services, labor, and more. Our members include over 500 rapid-response verifiers around the state ready to respond to ICE attacks.