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Protect Yourself from Immigration Raids

The Protect Yourself from Immigration Raids booklet, produced by CASA of Maryland, and distributed by AFSC, is available in English and Spanish. It is important that everyone know their rights when confronted by immigration authorities.

For more information, contact Sandra Sanchez, Iowa Immigrants Voice Program Director, at SSanchez@afsc.org or 515-274-4851, ext. 11.

Protéjase de las redadas de inmigración

Protéjase de las redadas de inmigración es un folleto de ocho páginas que le proporciona a usted una guía sobre cómo responder en caso de una redada, y afirmar sus derechos. Incluye la tarjeta de bolsillo “Mi derecho a guardar silencio”, para presentar a las autoridades en caso de ser detenida(o). Protéjase de las redadas de inmigración, producido por CASA de Maryland, también es conocido como el folleto “Conozca sus derechos”

Protect Yourself from Immigration Raids

This 8-page booklet provides you with a useful walk through of how to respond to immigration raids and assert your rights. It includes a “right to remain silent” card. Protect Yourself from Immigration Raids, produced by CASA of Maryland, is also known as the “Know Your Rights” booklet.

Portlans AFSC immigration rally

AFSC immigration rally in Portland, Oregon.

Join letter writing ladder in Colorado

Support the human rights of immigrants and advocate for just and humane immigration reform—join the Denver Letter Writing Ladder.

Coloradoans for Immigrants Rights (CFIR) is a project of the American Friends Service Committee. We’re ramping up our efforts to get published as local and national immigrant rights groups work with the Obama Administration to pass just and humane immigration reform.

SERO Southeast STAR Newsletter, Spring 2010

The SERO Southeast STAR is the quarterly newsletter of the South East Regional Office of AFSC.  It covers news from our regional and area offices.  This issue has a special focus on the New Orleans Project.

If you would like to recieve a copy by snail mail, write alovelace@afsc.org.

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Child with a sign that says "which half of me will you deport?"

Young boy with one parent an immigrant and one a citizen.  He asks "which half of me will you deport?"

Hurricane Human Rights Abuse Documentation Training

Saturday, May 8, 2010 - 10:00am - 2:00pm

Everyday immigrants suffer human rights abuses due to federal and local immigration enforcement.  Making those stories heard is the first step toward change.

Through recording, monitoring, and disseminating stories, we demonstrate the injustice of current policies. The HURRICANE initiative allows communities to analyze the challenges they face, develop a stronger shared analysis, and determine their own demands for just policy change.

Come learn how to document abuses in your community.

Saturday, May 8, 2010

10 am—2 pm

Human Rights Caravan to New Ipswich

Theo Amani addresses Chief Garret Chamberlain outside the New Ipswich police station, May 23, 2005.

Immigration: Learn About the NC Immigrant Rights Program

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AFSC-organized march for immigration reform in Greensboro, Winter 2010.

NC Immigrant Rights Program

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