Recommended reading on immigration

Compiled by Coloradans for Immigrant Rights, a list of books--both fiction and non-fiction--about immigration, immigrant stories and immigrant justice.

Create a Letter Writing Ladder

From Coloradans for Immigrant Rights, learn how your meeting can form a letter writing ladder and change the conversation around immigration reform in your community.

Adopt a Policy Maker

Adopt a policy maker and let them know why immigrants deserve humane immigration reform.

An Intern's Witness of Youth Organizing

The Rally for Tuition Equity for DREAMers and the public hearing where Jersey City’s officials passed the resolution* unanimously was an incredible experience. The tuition equality bill, currently pending before the New Jersey legislature, would allow the so-called NJ DREAMers (a term used to describe undocumented students who were brought to the United States at a young age) equal access to higher education in the state through paying in-state tuition rates.

Undocumented and unafraid: 67 Sueños (Dreams)

67 Sueños Mural Detail

67 Sueños Mural Detail

67 Sueños Mural Detail

“There is no greater agony than carrying an untold story inside of you.” – Maya Angelou

I spent a day with Pablo Paredes and a few of the courageous immigrant youth with whom he works when I was in San Francisco in December. Pablo is AFSC program director for 67 Sueños, a youth-led program that works to make visible the stories and dreams of undocumented youth who are often left out of the immigration debate.

Obama, Senate panel’s immigration reform outlines helpful

AFSC finds it helpful that both President Obama and eight U.S. senators have agreed the time is now for creating a path to citizenship. But it should not be paired with more unnecessary, ineffective border control measures, or expansion of employment verification programs such as E-Verify and I-9 audits which put labor protections of all workers at risk.

Immigration Update


There has been a LOT of discussion lately about possible changes to immigration law. We have been receiving many phone calls and wanted to remind everybody -- there is NO NEW IMMIGRATON BILL. Nothing has been submitted to Congress. There is a lot of talk out there but nothing has changed.

Happy Holidays from AFSC NC!

Happy Holidays from AFSC's Area Office of the Carolinas!

We hope you enjoy this short video made by our intern Haejin Song. This semester, she worked with immigrant students at Greensboro's Newcomer School. For the holidays, the children made holiday and New Years cards to  send to family members back home. See some of their work and hear them wish you happy holidays in their home languages.  


Congressional letter writing house party toolkit

Everything you need to throw your very own Congressional Letter Writing House Party.

Though designed for Colorado residents, this toolkit includes tips that apply to people living everywhere.

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