Colorado Immigrant Rights Program

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Colorado vigil 3-1-10

Love knows no borders, no walls

This sign is from a monthly vigil which AFSC organizes at an immigrant detention center in Aurora, Colorado.

Coloradoans Protest Lethal Force at Border

Faith and community groups protest lethal use of force by Border Patrol; Demand accountability for deaths on the border

By Jennifer Piper

[Aurora, CO, July 5, 2010] – The American Friends Service Committee and community partners held a vigil and protest today to demand accountability and transparent investigations into the deaths of Anastasio Hernández Rojas and Sergio Adrián Hernández, two migrants killed by Border Patrol agents last month.

Taking Faith in Ft. Collins

By Jennifer Piper, Interfaith Organizing Director, AFSC Colorado

AFSC's organizing work in the faith community is really starting to take root in Fort Collins.

In August of 2009, I was invited to speak in Fort Collins through a New Sanctuary Movement contact who would also be speaking. After we spoke to the group of 80 clergy and laypeople, the Interfaith Immigrant Rights Coalition of Northern Colorado (IIRCNC) was formed.

Advocates Mark One Year of Witness, Resistance at GEO Detention Center in Colorado

Monday, May 3, 2010 - 6:00pm



Contact:  Jennifer Piper, (720) 301-1858


Advocates Mark One Year of Witness, Resistance at GEO Detention Center:

 Still Standing for Fair, Humane and Just Detention Policies

protester in denver

Protesting for the rights of immigrants in Colorado

“Dignity, Not Detention" Campaign Continues (Press Release)

CONTACT: Jennifer Piper,


“Dignity, Not Detention" Campaign Continues

Demands Halt to Expansion of the U.S. Immigration Detention System


People of Faith Demand President Obama take immediate action to stop human rights abuses

occurring under the U.S. enforcement and detention regime


Staff Directory

Gabriela Flora
Central Region Project Voice Organizer

Jennifer Piper
Immigrant Rights Director for Interfaith Organizing

Jordan Garcia
Immigrant Program Director for Immigrant Ally Organizing

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