Anti-Deportation Groups and Sanctuary Cities

Who is opposing deportation and trying to thwart ICE?  This list includes groups as well as a big list of sanctuary cities.

ICE Out of LA Buddies

American Civil Liberties Union-Southern California (ACLU-SC)
Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Los Angeles (AAAJ-LA)
ASPIRE-LA
California Immigrant Policy Center (CIPC)
California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance (CIYJA)
Californians United for a Responsible Budget (CURB)
Central American Resource Center (CARECEN)
Community Labor Environmental Action Network (CLEAN) Carwash Campaign
Dignity and Power Now
Dream Team Los Angeles (DTLA)
Enlace
Familia: Trans Queer Liberation Movement
Garment Worker Center
Immigrant Youth Coalition (IYC)
Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance (KIWA)
LA Voice, member PICO National Network
Los Angeles Immigrant Youth Coalition (LA-IYC)
Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF)
National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON)
National Immigration Law Center (NILC)
San Gabriel Valley Immigrant Youth Coalition (SGV-IYC)
UCLA Labor Center
Youth Justice Coalition

Source:  http://iceoutofla.org/en/about-us/

Georgia Guys Against ICE

State Senator Vincent Fort

State Representative Pedro Marin

State Representative Dewey McClain, President, Atlanta-North Georgia Labor Council

State Senator Nan Orrock

Fulton County Commissioner Marvin Arrington, Jr.

Fulton County Commissioner Joan Garner

Atlanta City Councilman Kwanza Hall

Misty Novitch, Co-Founder, Activists Recruiting Organizing and Mentoring in Atlanta (AROMA)

Stephanie Cho, Interim Executive Director, Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Atlanta

Anton Flores, Co-Founder, Alterna

Kamau Franklin, South Regional Director, American Friends Service Committee

Tim Franzen, Atlanta Economic Justice Program Director, American Friends Service Committee

Neil Sardana, Organizer, Atlanta Jobs with Justice

Rev. Dr. James D. Rissler, Pastor, Atlanta Mennonite Fellowship

David Rensberger and Sharon Rensberger, Atlanta Mennonite Fellowship

Al Herman, Chair, Atlanta Move to Amend

Catherine Arey, Atlantans Building Leadership for Empowerment

Janine Brown, Atlantans Building Leadership for Empowerment

Leon Clymore, Atlantans Building Leadership for Empowerment

Ev Howe, Atlantans Building Leadership for Empowerment

Sharlyn Menard, Atlantans Building Leadership for Empowerment

Valdor Ross, Atlantans Building Leadership for Empowerment

Jardyn Lake, Southeast Organizer, Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI)

Rich Pellegrino, Cobb Immigrant Alliance

America Gruner, President, Coalición de Lideres Latinos –CLILA

Rabbi Joshua Lesser, Congregation Bet Haverim

Rev. Jeff Jones, Minister, Emerson Unitarian Universalist Congregation, Marietta

Charlie Fleming, President, Georgia AFL-CIO

Adelina Nicholls, Executive Director, Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights (GLAHR)

Kevin Caron, Steering Committee, Georgia Peace and Justice Coalition

Bob Goodman, Steering Committee, Georgia Peace and Justice Coalition

Dianne Mathiowetz, Steering Committee, Georgia Peace and Justice Coalition

Kevin Moran, Steering Committee, Georgia Peace and Justice Coalition

Jim Skillman, Steering Committee, Georgia Peace and Justice Coalition

Becky D. Rafter, Executive Director, Georgia WAND

Ilise Cohen, Chapter Leader, Jewish Voice for Peace

Milt Tambor, Chair, Metro Atlanta Democratic Socialists of America

Katherine Dunn and Sarah Stein, Co-Chairs, National Lawyers Guild Georgia Chapter

Dorothy Foster, Coordinator, North Georgia Immigrant Justice

Carol Adams, Oakhurst Baptist Church

Laveta Hilton, Oakhurst Baptist Church

Laura Johnson, Oakhurst Baptist Church

Leah Lonsbury, Oakhurst Baptist Church

Emery Wright and Stephanie Guilloud, Co-Directors, Project South

Azadeh Shahshahani, Legal & Advocacy Director, Project South

Xochitl Bervera, Co-Director, Racial Justice Action Center

Mónica Hernández, Regional Coordinator, Southeast Immigrant Rights Network (SEIRN)

Paulina Helm-Hernández, Co-Director, Southerners On New Ground / S.O.N.G.

Rev Jan Taddeo, Minister, Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Gwinnett

JoAnn Weiss, Social Justice Chairperson, Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Gwinnett

Glory Kilanko, Director & CEO, Women Watch Afrika, Inc.

Source:  http://www.notonemoredeportation.com/2016/02/08/georgia-condemns-ice-raids/

ICE Out of NC Buddies

Action NC

American Friend Service Committee (AFSC)

Association of Mexicans in North Carolina (AMEXCAN)

Campaign for Southern Equality

Center for Employment & Leadership (CEL)

Comité Popular de Asheville por la Justicia Social

Comité Popular Somos Raleigh

Compañeros Inmigrantes de la Montaña en Acción (CIMA)

Durham Solidarity Center

Eastern North Carolina Latin-American Coalition (ENCLACO)

El Centro Hispano

El Pueblo, Inc.

El Vinculo Hispano / Hispanic Liaison

FaithAction International House

Fairness Alamance

Hendfact

Immigrant Rights Working Group of Guilford County

Immigrant Solidarity Committee

Latin American Coalition

Latino Advocacy Coalition (El Centro of Henderson County)

Latino Commission on AIDS

National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON)

Newell Latino Ministry

North Carolina Justice Center

Nuestro Centro

Southeast Asian Coalition

Southeast Immigrant Rights Network (SEIRN)

Southerners on New Ground (SONG)

Southern Vision Alliance

Student Action with Farmworkers (SAF)

Rise Up for $15

United We Dream

Wake Forest School of Medicine

We Belong Together

Witness for Peace Southeast

Source:  https://form.jotform.com/61116057928154

ICE Out of Dallas Buddies

Texas Organizing Project (TOP), North Texas Dream Team (affiliate of United We Dream), Pueblo Sin Fronteras (affiliate of the National Day Laborer Organizing Network, NDLON), En Pie De Lucha, Dallas AFL-CIO, Mi Familia Vota, Proyecto Inmigrante, Arlington Proyecto Unido/Unity Project, Workers Defense Project, Iron-Workers Union, Workers United, LULAC

Source:  http://www.ndlon.org/en/pressroom/press-releases/item/1139-while-sheriff-valdez-hosts-ice-event-dallas-community-demands-ice-out-of-dallas

Stop the Checkpoints Buddies

Border Patrol Free Network

Bridges Not Walls

Community 2 Community

David Bacon photos & essays

Familias Unidas por la Justicia

Freedom Socialist Party

Port Townsend Peace Movement

Radical Women

Skagit Immigrant Rights Council

Source:  http://www.stopthecheckpoints.com/links-allies/

Georgia Not 1 More Coalition Buddies

Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights (GLAHR), Southerners On New Ground (SONG), Project South, Atlanta Jobs with Justice, US Human Rights Network, Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), Georgia WAND, Racial Action Justice Center, coalicion de lideres latinos-CLILA, National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON), Southeastern Immigrant Rights Network (SEIRN), Women Watch Afrika, Metro Atlanta Democratic Socialists of America, Georgia Detention Watch, GA Moral Mondays, and American Friends Service Committee – Atlanta

Source:  http://www.notonemoredeportation.com/2016/02/08/georgia-condemns-ice-raids/

ICE Out of NJ Buddies

ACLU of NJ
American Friends Service Committee

Anakbayan-NJ

Casa Freehold

Faith in New Jersey

Filipino Worker Organizing Project

First Friends of NJ/NY

ICE Free NJ Campaign

Make the Road NJ

NJ Alliance for Immigrant Justice

NJ Communities United

NJ Policy Perspective

NJ Youth for Immigrant Liberation

New Labor

Unidad Latina en Acción NJ

US Department of Arts and Culture

Wind of the Spirit

Source: https://anakbayannj.com/2016/01/07/ice-out-of-new-jersey-down-with-deportations-down-with-u-s-imperialism/

ICE –Free NYC Buddies

ABNY

Anakbayan NY

Ban The Box

BAYAN

Black Alliance for Just Immigration

CAAAV Organizing Asian Communities

Campaign to End the New Jim Crow

Carwasheros

DAMAYAN

Deep Roots United Front

DRUM

Enlace

Families for Freedom

Immigrant Worker Justice

International Social Organization – NY

Lehman Dream Team

Migrant Power Alliance

New York State Youth Leadership Council

People Power Movement

Picture the Homeless

Progressive Pupil

Queens Neighborhoods United

Queer Detainee Empowerment Project

Raza Youth Collective

Retail Action Project

Revolutionary Student Coordinating Committee

Sadie Nash Leadership Project

The International Youth Association

Ya-Ya Network

New Yorkers Against Bratton

Source:  http://icefreenyc.com/about-us-2/

New York Guys Against Deportation

Action for a Progressive Pakistan

Adhikaar

African Services Committee

American Immigration Lawyers AssociationNY

Chapter

Arab American Association of New York

Asian American Legal Defense and

Education Fund

Barack Obama Democratic Club of Northern

Manhattan

Breakthrough

Casa Esperanza

Center for Constitutional Rights

Central American Legal Assistance

Centro Altagracia de Fe y Justicia

Centro del Inmigrante

Civil Rights for Immigrants Team of

Alliance of Communities Transforming

Syracuse

Coalition for Economic Justice, Buffalo, NY

Coalition for the Homeless

Committee Against Anti-Asian Violence

Council of African Imams

Council of Peoples Organization

Council on American-Islamic Relations:

New York

Criminal Defense Immigration Project, New

York State Defenders Association

DAMAYAN Migrant Workers Association

Desis Rising Up and Moving

Domestic Workers United

Ecuadorian International Center

Families for Freedom

Farmworker Legal Services of NY

Fifth Avenue Committee

Greater New York Labor-Religion Coalition

Hispanic Resource Center of Larchmont &

Mamaroneck

Hudson Valley Community Coalition

Imams Salihou Djabi and Souleymane

Konate

Immigrant Defense Project

Immigrant Legal Resource Center

Immigration Equality

Immigration Justice Clinic, Benjamin N.

Cardozo School of Law

International Institute of Buffalo

International Organization for Adolescents

La Union

Latin American Workers Project

Long Island Immigrant Alliance

Long Island Jobs with Justice

LULAC Syracuse Chapter

Make the Road New York

Migrant Support Services of Wayne County

MinKwon Center

Muslim Consultative Network

New Agenda for Broad Immigration Reform

New Immigrant Community Empowerment

New Sanctuary Coalition of New York City

New York Anti-Trafficking Network

New York Jobs with Justice

New York Civil Liberties Union

Suspend S-Comm

New York Civil Liberties Union Capital

Region Chapter

New York Civil Liberties Union Lower

Hudson Valley Chapter

New York Civil Liberties Union Nassau

County Chapter

New York Civil Liberties Union Suffolk

County Chapter

New York Immigration Coalition

Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant

Rights

Northwest Bronx Community and Clergy

Coalition

The Opportunity Agenda

Pakistan Solidarity Network

Peekskill Area Pastors Association

Queens Community House

Rockland Immigration Coalition

Safe Horizon

SEIU 32BJ

Sex Workers Organizing Project – New York

City

Society of Jesus (Jesuits), New York

Province

South Asia Solidarity Initiative

Streetwise & Safe

UAW Region 9A

Upstate New York Detention Taskforce

United Neighborhood Houses

Urban Justice Center

Violence Intervention Program, Inc.

Wayne Action for Racial

Equality

Westchester Community Opportunity

Program

Westchester Hispanic Coalition

Workplace Project

Workers Rights Law Center

Youth Ministries for Peace and Justice

Source:  https://newyorkagainstdeportation.files.wordpress.com/2011/05/s-comm-final-rescind-moa-2011-0411.pdf

State Rep Bad Guys

Source:  https://newyorkagainstdeportation.files.wordpress.com/2011/08/scomm-moa-letter-to-gov-cuomo-6111.pdf

NYS Interfaith Network for Immigration Reform

Lisa Sharon Harper

Executive Director

New

York Faith & Justice

Co

Chair, New York State

Interfaith Network for

Immigration Reform

New York, NY

Diane Steinman

Co

Chair, New York State Interfaith

Network for Immigration Reform

New York, NY

Adam G L Bartholomew

Church of the Ascension

Mt. Vernon, NY

Adem Carroll

Muslim Consultative Network

New York, NY

Afton Branche

Immigration Policy Analyst

Drum Major Institute for Public

Policy

New York, NY

Sister Alice Maureen Darragh, SC

St. Peter Convent

Yonkers, NY

Alvarenga Silva

Brazilian Catholic Community

New York, NY

Ana Lourdes

Brazilian Catholic Community

New York, NY

Andrea Pastor

AJC

New York, NY

Anna Berg

New York, NY

Rev. Geo. Anthony Hoeltzel

Holy Cross Church

Yonkers, NY

Anthony M Carrozzo, O.F.M.

St Francis Church

& Friary

New York, NY

Rev. Dr. Anthony P. Johnson

The Community Church

New York, NY

Belinda Luscombe

All Angels Church

New York, NY

Rev. Wm. Blake Rider

Rector

Christ Episcopal Church

Poughkeepsie, NY

Cara Ryan

Master’s Candidate, NYU

University

Grad. School of Arts &

Sciences

Queens, NY

Carol A. Barnes SC

Sisters of Charity

New York, NY

Carol Barton

United Methodist Women

Immigrant/Civil Rights Initiative

New York, NY

Carol DeAngelo, SC

Ardsley, NY

Rev. Dr. Carolyn L. Stapleton

United

Methodist

Brooklyn, NY

Rev. Cass L. Shaw

General Presbyter

Albany Presbytery

Albany, NY

Charlene Obernauer

Executive Director

Long Island Jobs with Justice /

multi

faith

Hauppauge, NY

Rev. Charles H. Straut, Jr., DMin

NY Annual Conference of the

United Methodist Church

Brooklyn, NY

Sister Charlotte Raftery

Sisters of Charity

New York, NY

Charmaine Ruddock

Bronx Health REACH

The Institute for Family Health

New York, New York

Rev. Chloe Breyer

Executive

Director

The Interfaith Center of New York

New York, NY

Sr. Claire Regan

Sisters of Charity of New York

New York, NY

Cyrus McGoldrick

Civil Rights Manager

Council on American

Islamic

Relations

New York, NY

Deborah C. Jenkins

New York Annual

Conference

United Methodist

Women

Brooklyn,NY

Sr.

Dolores M. Mitch M.M.

Maryknoll Sisters

Maryknoll, NY

Sr. Dorothy Metz

Sisters of Charity of New York

New York, NY

Rev. Douglas P. Cunningham

New Day United Methodist Church

Bronx, NY

Rev. Elice Higginbotham

United Church of Christ

New York, NY

Sr.

Elizabeth Butler

Sisters of Charity of New York

New York, NY

Ellen Greeley

Temple Israel of Northern

Westchester, Social Justice

Committee (Jewish)

New York, NY

Emily Klukas

CBA Specialist

Hands United/Manos Unidas

Latino Commission on AIDS Elmhurst,

Queens

Rev. Erika K. Meyer

Rector

Church of the Good Shepherd

New York City, NY

Florence

Laufer

Migration

&

Integration

/

Strategic

Partnerships

United

Nations

Alliance

of

Civilizat

ions

New York, NY

Sister Florence Mallon, SC

New York, NY

Rev.

Frances Twiggs

Rector

St. John’s Episcopal Church,

New City, NY

Gail Golden

Co

Chair

Rockland Immigration Coalition

New City NY

Gary Wiley

Grace Trinity Church

New York, NY

Geraldine Hanley, SC

New York, NY

Pastor Gilford T. Monrose

Mt Zion Church of

God (7th Day)

New York, NY

Rev. Dr. Gordon AR Edwards, PhD,

PsyD, LMFT, LP

Sr. Pastor Calvary United Methodist

Church

Bronx, NY

Grace Goodman

Judson Memorial Church

New Sanctuary Coalition

New York, NY

Sister Grace Troisi, ED.D.

Bronx, NY

Rev. Hector Lap

orta

Fourth Avenue United Methodist

Church

Brooklyn, NY

Rev. Herbert Miller

Park Slope United Methodist

Church

Brooklyn, NY

Rev. Hermon Darden

Pastor

First United Methodist Church

Mt.Vernon, NY

Hesham El

Meligy

Muslim Interfaith and Community

Leader

Staten Island, NY

Ilana Ofgang

Legal Fellow

UNITED SIKHS

New York, NY

Iyalorisa Oseye Mchawi

Executive Director

Omo Obatala Egbe, Inc.

Brooklyn, NY

Jane Rubio

Metro Hope

New York, NY

Jane Treuhold

Chair Immigration Task Force,

Judson Memorial Church

New York, NY

Sr. Jean Bocian SC

Yonkers, NY

Sister Jean Flannelly, SC, MTS, PhD,

Sisters of Charity

Douglaston, New York

Rev. Jeff Wells

Chairperson

Board of Church and Society

New York, NY

Jo Renee Fine

New York, NY

Rev. John Collins

Memorial United

Methodist Church

New York, NY

Rev. John F. Backe

Fordham Lutheran Church

Bronx NY

Fr. John Mendonca

Our Lady of the Angelus Parish

New York, NY

Father John P. Duffell

Pastor

The Church of the Ascension

New York, NY

Rev. John R. Long, DD

First

Presbyterian Church, Buffalo

Buffalo, NY

Josefa Castro

Catholic Charities Brooklyn &

Queens

Astoria, NY

Joyce Willis

Executive Director

The Havens Relief Fund Society

New York, NY

Sister Judith Garson

Society of the Sacred Heart

New York, NY

Kate Spauld

ing

Administrative Manager

New York, NY

Rev. Dr. Katharine Henderson

President, Auburn Theological

Seminary

New York, NY

Sr. Kathleen Aucoin

Sisters of Charity of New York

New York, NY

Rev. Krystin Granberg

Broadway Presbyterian Church

New York, NY

Laurin Raiken

Associate Professor, Director

Gallatin School of Individualized

Study

New York, NY

Lily Butler

Interfaith Chaplain

SCNY

Bronx, NY

Rev. Linda Bartholomew

Associate Rector

Grace Church

New York, NY

Linda Thompson

Lay Leader

First United

Methodist Church

Amityville, NY

Sr. Maggie Kelly,SC

Sisters of Charity

Bronx, NY

Marcia O Bent

UMW St. John’s UMC

New York, NY

Sister Maria Iglesias

Sisters of Charity of New York

Nanuet, NY

Marilyn C. Wakefield

Reservoir United Methodist

Church

West

Hurley, NY

Sr. Marion Hunt

Sisters of Charity of New York

New York, NY

Chaplain Mark Callender

Brooklyn, NY

Rev. Mark E Marsh

Pastor

Victoria Congregational Church

Jamaica, NY

Rev. Mark C. Hallinan, S.J.

Society of Jesus, NY Province

New York, NY

Marlene Altman

AJC

New York, NY

Martha Gallahue

National Ethical Service

New York, NY

Sr. Mary Ann Garisto

Sisters of Charity of New York

New York, NY

Mary Ellen Kris

Lay Leader

Park Avenue United Methodist

Church

New York, NY

Sr. Mary Ellen O’Boyle

Sister of Charity of New York

New York, NY

Sr. Mary Nerney

Congregation of Notre Dame

New York, NY

Maxine Phillips

Judson Memorial Church

New York, NY

Michael Carnevale, OFM

Catholic Charities of NYC

New York, NY

Michael Ellick

Judson Memorial Church

New York, New York

Rabbi Michael Feinberg

Greater New York Labor

Religion

Coalition

New York, NY

Bishop Michael J. Champion

Peekskill Area Pastors Assc

Peekskill, NY

Michele Burger

New York, NY

Ms. Diane Mason

Unitarian Universalist

Community Church of

NY

New York, NY

Nancy Zukowski,

Lake Ronkonkoma United

Methodist Church

New York Annual Conference,

Board of Church and Society

Medford, NY

Fr Nelson a belizario o.carm

New York, NY

Rev. Noel Koestline

Southold, NY

Paige Churchman

Brooklyn, NY

Sister Patricia Noone

Bronx, NY

Sr. Patricia Walsh

Sisters of Charity of New York

New York, NY

Ratan Barua

President

Bangladesh Hindu Buddhist

Christian

Unity Council Of USA

New York, NY

Sister Regina Bechtle

Sisters of Charity of New York

Bronx, NY

Sr.

Regina Murphy

Sisters of Charity

Bronx, NY

Sister Rita Nowatzki,SC

NY, NY

Rev. Robert B. Coleman

The Riverside Church

New York

Robert D. Adams

Unitarian Universalist Congregation at

Shelter Rock

Manhasset, NY

Rev. Robert Dresser, Newburgh,

NY

Rev. Dr.

Robert L. Brashear

West

Park Presbyterian Church

New York, NY

Rosemarie Pace

Pax Christi Metro New York

New York, NY

Rev. Elizabeth Fisher

St Thomas Episcopal church

Amenia Union NY

Samantha Mc Lane

New York, NY

Sarah Sayeed, Ph.D.

Women In Islam, Inc.

New York, NY

Dr. Sheila Collins

Memorial United Methodist

Church

New York, NY

Imam Souleimane Konate

Spritual Leader of Masjid Aqsa

General Secretary of The Council of

African Imams Inc

New York, NY

Stephen F Groth

St. Barnabas Episcopal Church

Ardsley, New York

Stephen Jones, M.Ed., M.L.I.S.

Community Church

New York, NY

Rev. Stephen Mimnaugh, OFM

Director of Service and Advocacy

Church of St. Francis of Assisi

New York, NY

Rev. Susan Switzer

New Sanctuary Coalition, The

Riverside Church

New

York, NY

Susan Valdes

Dapena

The Peace & Restorative Justice

Community/

The Church of the Holy Trinity

Astoria , NY

Suzanne E.Wallin,

Sister of Charity,

Mt.St. Vincent Convent

Bronx, NY

Rev. T. Gerald Brooks

Christ Episcopal Church

Marlboro, New York

Sr. Terese McElroy SC

Yonkers, NY

The Rev. Ted Pardoe

Assistant Rector

Grace Church Episcopal

New York, NY

Sister Theresa Courtney, SC

New York, NY

Thomas Hill

Clinical Assistant Professor

New York University Center for

Global Affairs

New York, NY

Rev.

Thomas W. Goodhue

Amityville, New York

Rev. Timothy J. Shreenan, O.F.M.

Church of St. Francis of Assisi

New York, NY

Vanessa Cardinale

Trinity Lutheran Church

Brooklyn, NY

Wally Robinson

Cutchogue United Methodist

Church

Stony Brook, NY

Bette Alexander

New York, NY

Linda M. Giuli

Sisters of Charity

New York, NY

Rev. Lucy Jones

The Grail

Cornwall on Hudson, NY

Rev. Steve Phillips

United Methodist Church

Pleasantville, NY

Mayra Lopez

Humphreys

Ass. Professor, Nyack College

Metro Hope Church

New York, NY

Better Alexander

New York, NY

Rabbi Simkha Weintraub

New York, NY

Sara Jones

Intern

New York Faith & Justice

Bronx, NY

Source:  https://newyorkagainstdeportation.files.wordpress.com/2011/04/faith-leaders-letter-to-governor-cuomo-scomm.pdf

More Guys Against ICE

Santa Clara County Forum for Immigrant Rights and Empowerment (FIRE) Coalition

ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) Berkeley North East Bay Chapter

ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) North Peninsula Chapter

Asian Law Alliance

Asian Law Caucus

Black Alliance for Just Immigration

California Immigrant Policy Center

Causa Justa:: Just Cause

Center for Constitutional Rights

Center for Popular Democracy

Central Valley Dream Team

Chinese for Affirmative Action

Coalition for Justice and Accountability

Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto

Congregations Building Community

Contra Costa Interfaith Supporting Community Organization (CCISCO)

Council on American-Islamic Relations, San Francisco Bay Area Office (CAIR-SFBA)

DRUM – Desis Rising Up & Moving

Green Party of Santa Clara County

Domestic Violence Advocacy Consortium of Santa Clara County

Filipino Advocates for Justice

Human Agenda

Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

Immigrant Defense Project

Immigrant Legal Resource Center

Jobs with Justice (National)

Judson Memorial Church

Justice for Palestinians

La Fuente

MAIZ-Cihuatl Tlatocan

Mid-Peninsula Chapter of the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union)

Mujeres Unidas y Activas

National Day Laborer Organizing Network

National Immigrant Justice Center

National Immigration Law Center

National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild

National Lawyers Guild San Francisco Bay Area Chapter

National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice

New Sanctuary Movement New York City

New Sanctuary Coalition of New York City

Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights

Pax Christi, East San Jose

People Acting in Community Together — San Jose

PICO (People Improving Communities through Organizing) California

PICO (People Improving Communities through Organizing) National Network

Pilipino Association of Workers and Immigrants, Silicon Valley

Rights Working Group

Sacred Heart Community Service, San Jose

San Jose Peace and Justice Center

Santa Cruz Immigration Action Group

Services, Immigrant Rights and Education Network

Silicon Valley Alliance for Immigration Reform

Silicon Valley De-Bug

Unitarian Universalist Legislative Ministry, CA

Washington Defender Association’s Immigration Project

Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom

Youth United for Community Action

Individuals:

Aarón R. Reséndez, President, Story Road Business Association

Kathleen Coll, Lecturer, Stanford University

Reverend Lindi Ramsden, Senior Minister & Executive Director, Unitarian Universalist

Legislative Ministry, CA

Manuel De Paz, Community Development and Education Program Coordinator, East Bay

Sanctuary Covenant

Paul Johnston, Sociologist affiliated with the Department of Sociology, UC Santa Cruz

Father Richard L. Smith, Ph.D

Samina Sundas, founding Executive director of the American Muslim Voice

Source:  http://sccgov.iqm2.com/Citizens/FileOpen.aspx?Type=4&ID=115814&MeetingID=4555

ACLU of Northern California

Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus

AFSC Pan Valley Institute

California Immigrant Policy Center

California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance

California Prison Moratorium Project

California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation

Centro Binacional Para El Desarrollo Indigena Oaxaqueño

Faith in Community

Familia: Trans Queer Liberation Movement

Fresno Barrios Unidos

Fresno Brown Beret

Fresno Immigrant Youth in Action

Immigrant Legal Resource Center

MEChA

Mi Familia Vota

National Day Laborer Organizing Network

Planned Parenthood Mar Monte

Source:  http://www.aclunc.org/docs/20151110-aclu_letter_to_fresno_sheriff_mims.pdf

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Arizona

Arizona Dream Act Coalition

Black Alliance for Just Immigration

Coalición de Derechos Humanos

Detention Watch Network

Families for Freedom

Heartland Alliance’s National Immigrant Justice Center.

Human Rights Defense Center

Immigrant Defense Project

National Day Laborer Organizing Network

National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild

Puente Movement

Standing on the Side of Love Team, Valley Unitarian Universalist Congregation

The Restoration Project

Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Phoenix

University of California Davis School of Law Immigration Law Clinic

Source:  http://www.acluaz.org/sites/default/files/documents/Letter%20to%20ICE%20re%20PCJ_January2012.pdf

AF3IRM

Alerta Migratoria NC

American Friends Service Committee-Miami

American Friends Service Committee, Massachusetts

Arkansas Restorative Justice Coalition

Arkansas Voices for Children

Auburn Seminary

Augustana Lutheran Church

Austin Jewish Voice for Peace

Beacon Presbyterian Fellowship, Oakland

California Immigrant Policy Center

Capital Area Immigrants’ Rights Coalition

CASA

Casa Esperanza

Casa Latina

Cascadia Chapter of the Pacific Green Party of Oregon

Causa Oregon

Centro de Documentación en Derechos Humanos “Segundo Montes Mozo S.J.” (CSMM)

Centro Legal de la Raza

Church Council of Greater Seattle

Church World Service

Coalicion de Derechos Humanos

Colectivo Son Jarocho Portland

Comité Fuerza y Unidad MORENA Los Ángeles

Comite VIDA

Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES)

Communidades Construyendo Esperanza of Cherokee Park United Church

Community Action Board of Santa Cruz County – Centro Jornalero

Community Initiatives for Visiting Immigrants in Confinement (CIVIC)

Community United Against Violence (CUAV)

Congress of Day Laborers-New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice

Conversations With Friends (MN)

Dallas AFL-CIO Central Labor Council

Dare to Dream: Get Educated! Latina Conference

Day Worker Center of Mountain View

Detention Watch Network

Disciples of Christ Refugee and Immigration Ministries

Dolores Street Community Services

Dominican Sisters of Houston

Don Bosco Workers Inc.

El Centro del Inmigrante

El/La Para TransLatinas

The Episcopal Network for Economic Justice

First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Tucson, Arizona

First Unitarian Church

The Food Security and Social Justice Network (Tucson)

Friends of Broward Detainees

Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights

Grassroots Leadership

Greater Birmingham Ministries

ICE out of Austin

Immigrant Youth Coalition

Inland Empire Immigrant Youth Coalition

Instituto de Educacion Popular del Sur de California (IDEPSCA)

Interfaith Coalition on Immigration, MN

Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity

Interfaith Movement for Immigrant Justice

Jesuit Social Research Insitute

Jewish Voice for Peace

Jewish Voice for Peace-Portland, OR

Jobs With Justice

Journey Koinania Catholic Community

Junta for Progressive Action

Justice for Immigrants – San Jose Diocese

Kairos-Milwaukie UCC

Kitsap Immigrant Assistance Center

KIWA (Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance)

LAOC

Latin America & Caribbean Action Network (LACAN)

Latino Faith Initiative – H.S. Power & Light Ministries

Latino Union of Chicago

Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area

Living Hope Wheelchair Association

Living Stages

Madre Tierra Collective

Malibu Community Labor Exchange

Metro Denver Sanctuary Coalition

Migrant Rights Collective

Mijente | Not1More Campaign

National Center for Lesbian Rights

National Day Laborer Organizing Network

National Immigration Law Center

National Lawyer’s Guild, UC Davis

National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance

New Sanctuary Movement of Philadelphia

North County Immigration Task Force

North Texas Dream

Opportunity Enterprises

Organización De Migrantes Organizados, AC

Organized Communities Against Deportations

Orgullo P’urhépecha

Pangea Legal Services

Pax Christi

Pineros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste (PCUN)

Peace Over Violence

People Organized for Westside Renewal (POWER)

Pilgrim United Church of Christ

Pitzer in Ontario

Plataforma Interamericana de Derechos Humanos, Democracia y Desarrollo (PIDHDD Regional)

Pomona Economic Opportunity Center

Portland AFL-CIO

Portland Fellowship of Reconciliation

Portland Jobs with Justice

Presbyterian Peace Fellowship

Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada

Pueblo Sin Fronteras

Racial Justice Action Center

Radical Women

RADIO ALUMBRA

RAIZ

Red Nacional Salvadorena en el Exterior RENASE- WDC

Reformed Church of Highland Park

RENASE WDC

SEIU-USWW

Sisters of Mercy South Central Community

SOA Watch

Southeast Asia Resource Action Center (SEARAC)

Southeast Immigrant Rights Network

Southside Presbyterian Church Tucson, Arizona

Southside Worker’s Center

Southwest Conference United Church of Christ

St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church

Staten Island Community Job Center

Together Colorado

Unidad Latina en Accion New Haven

Unidad Latina en Accion NJ

Unimundal Collective

Unitarian Universalist Refugee & Immigrant Services & Education (UURISE)

United We Dream

University Lutheran Chapel of Berkeley

Voces de la Frontera

VOZ Workers Rights Education Project

We Are One, Inc.

We Belong Together

WeCount!

Wilco Justice Alliance (Williamson County, TX)

Witness for Peace

Source:  http://unidosconfrancisco.com/sign-on-letter/

Guys Against Deportations in New Orleans

  1. All Of Us Or None
  2. Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice
  3. American Friends Service Committee Project Voice Cambridge
  4. Arkansas Coalition for DREAM
  5. ArteFuturo Productions
  6. Asian Americans Advancing Justice – LA
  7. Black Alliance for Just Immigration
  8. Casa Latina
  9. Center for Ethical Living and Social Justice Renewal
  10. Church of Our Saviour/Iglesia de Nuestro Salvador
  11. CLEAN Carwash Campaign
  12. Colectiva Legal del Pueblo
  13. Comite de Justicia Laboral
  14. New Orleans Congress of Day Laborers
  15. DreamActivist DC
  16. DreamActivist Ohio
  17. DreamActivist.org
  18. Dreamers of Virginia
  19. DRM Action Coalition
  20. Duke Memorial United Methodist Church
  21. El Centro Humanitario para los Trabajadores
  22. Families for Freedom
  23. Farmworker Association of Florida
  24. Food Chain Workers Alliance
  25. Food Empowerment Project
  26. Fords 4 Immigrant Justice
  27. Franciscan Friars
  28. Freedom Socialist Party
  29. Fuerza del Valle Workers’ Center
  30. Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights
  31. Georgia Undocumented Youth Alliance
  32. Grassroots Institute for Fundraising Training
  33. Hispanic Organization for Latino Awarenes at Sewanee
  34. Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
  35. Immigrant Defense Project
  36. Immigrant Legal Resource Center
  37. Immigrant Youth Justice League
  38. Immigration Reform Coalition (Indiana)
  39. Improving Dreams, Equality, Access and Success at University of California
  40. Interfaith Movement for Immigrant Justice (IMIrJ)
  41. Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement
  42. Jobs with Justice East Tennessee
  43. Jobs with Justice Kentukee
  44. Las Americas Immigrant Advocacy Center
  45. Legal Services for Prisoners with Children
  46. Latino Union of Chicago
  47. Latin@ Youth Action League, DuPage, IL
  48. Los Angeles Immigrant Youth Coalition
  49. Living Hope Wheelchair Association
  50. Massachusetts Jobs With Justice
  51. Make the Road New York
  52. Mennonite Central Committee New Orleans
  53. Migrant Justice
  54. Mississippi Workers Center for Human Rights
  55. Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment (MORE)
  56. MoveOn.org Michiana
  57. National American Latino Progressive Voters
  58. National Guestworker Alliance
  59. National Guestworkers Alliance (NGA)
  60. National Immigration Law Center
  61. North Carolina Dream Team
  62. New Sanctuary Coalition of New York City
  63. North central Indiana Coalition for Immigration Reform
  64. Ohio Action Circle
  65. Ohio Interfaith Immigration Coalition
  66. Pasadena Latino Forum
  67. Phoenix Showing Up for Racial Justice
  68. Puentes New Orleans
  69. Racial Justice Action Center
  70. Radical Women
  71. RGV Community DREAMers
  72. Salvadoran American National Network (SANN)
  73. SEIRN NC.
  74. SEIU Local 1021
  75. Sewanee Young Democratic Socialists
  76. Sisters of Mercy West Midwest Justice Team
  77. Sisters, Home Visitors of Mary
  78. South Central Indiana Jobs with Justice
  79. St. Gabriel Peace and Justice Comm.
  80. Stand with Dignity
  81. Tampa Moveon.org
  82. Texas A&M University
  83. The Ave Project
  84. The Wage Justice Center
  85. Twomey Center for Peace through Justice
  86. Undocumented Students and Allies
  87. Undocumented Illinois
  88. Unidad Latina en Acción New Heaven
  89. Union de Vecinos
  90. United Methodist Church, General Board of Church and Society
  91. United Workers Congress
  92. Vermont Workers Center
  93. Voces de la Frontera (Wisconsin)
  94. Who You Calling Illegal (Washington)

Source:  http://www.notonemoredeportation.com/portfolio/nolaletters/

Charlotte Guys Against Deportation

Action NC, the Latin American Coalition, the NAACP

Manuel “Manolo” Betancur, owner of Las Delicias bakery on Central Avenue.

Source:  http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/local/article131959624.html

Guys Against Prosecuting Illegals for Border Crossing

American Civil Liberties Union
American Friends Service Committee
American Immigration Council
American Immigration Lawyers Association
Asian Americans Advancing Justice – AAJC
Black Alliance for Just Immigration
Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC)
Center for Community Change
Center for Forced Migration Studies
Center for Gender & Refugee Studies
Center for Popular Democracy
Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Refugee & Immigration Ministries
Church World Service
Community Initiatives for Visiting Immigrants in Confinement (CIVIC)
Council on American-Islamic Relations
Detention Watch Network
Disciples Justice Action Network
Enlace
Fair Immigration Reform Movement, FIRM
Families for Freedom
Farmworker Justice
FedCURE  |  FedCURE Italia
Franciscan Action Network
Friends Committee on National Legislation
Grassroots Leadership
Human Rights First
Human Rights Watch
Ignatian Solidarity Network
Immigrant Legal Resource Center
In the Public Interest
International Rescue Committee
Jesuit Conference
Justice Policy Institute
Justice Strategies
Justice and Witness Ministries, United Church of Christ
Kids in Need of Defense
Latin America Working Group Education Fund
The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights
Leadership Conference of Women Religious
League of United Latin American Citizens
Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service
MALDEF
Missionary Servants of the Most Holy Trinity
NAACP
National Alliance of Latin American and Caribbean Communities (NALACC)
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
National Association of Social Workers
National Center for Lesbian Rights
National Center for Transgender Equality
National Council of La Raza (NCLR)
National Employment Law Project
National Immigrant Justice Center
National Immigration Forum
National Immigration Law Center
National Immigration Project of the NLG
National Lawyers Guild
National LGBTQ Task Force
National Network for Arab American Communities
National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
NETWORK, A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby
Not1More
Park Avenue Christian Church (DoC)/UCC
Pax Christi USA
Prison Policy Initiative
Proyecto Juan Diego
Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services
Religious of the Assumption
Sisters of Mercy of the Americas
South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT)
Southeast Asia Resource Action Center (SEARAC)
Southern Border Communities Coalition
The Advocates for Human Rights
The Sentencing Project
Treatment Communities of America
United Food and Commercial Workers International Union
United Methodist Church, General Board of Church and Society
United Methodist Women
U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants
U.S. Human Rights Network
We Belong Together
Women’s Refugee Commission

State Organizations

American Gateways
Arkansas Interfaith Alliance
Asian Americans Advancing Justice – LA
Central Texas MoveOn
Conversations With Friends (MN)
Ella Baker Center for Human Rights
Equality New Mexico
Florence Immigrant & Refugee Rights Project
Greater Birmingham Ministries
Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity
Interfaith Movement for Immigrant Justice – IMIrJ
Iowa Unitarian Universalist Witness/Advocacy Network
Maryland Province of the Society of Jesus
Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition
Massachusetts Law Reform Institut
Nebraska Appleseed Center for Law in the Public Interest
New Mexico Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
New Mexico Faith Coalition for Immigrant Justice
New Sanctuary Coalition
No Mas Muertes/No More Deaths
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
OneAmerica
Pennsylvania Immigration Resource Center
Political Asylum Immigration Representation Project
Portland Immigrants Rights Coalition
Reform Immigration for Texas Alliance
Sisters of Mercy South Central Community
South Texas Human Rights Center
Southeast Immigrant Rights Network
Texans United for Families
Texas Criminal Justice Coalition
Texas Unitarian Universalist Justice Ministry
The Humanitarian Immigration Law Clinic at Elon University School of Law
Together Colorado
UC Davis Immigration Law Clinic
United Church of Christ Southwest Conference
USA Northeast Province of the Society of Jesus

Local Organizations

ACTIONN ~ Acting in Community Together in Organizing Northern Nevada
Annunciation House, Inc.
Austin Immigrant Rights Coalition
Austin MoveOn Council
Beacon Presbyterian Fellowship
Casa de Proyecto Libertad
Casas Adobes Congregational Church UCC
Central American Resource Center (CARECEN)
Central Ohio Worker Center
Chicago Religious Leadership Network on Latin America (CRLN)
Coalicion de Derechos Humanos
Comunidades en Acción y de Fe (NM CAFé)
Diocesan Migrant & Refugee Services, Inc.
Dominican Sisters of Houston
El CENTRO de Igualdad y Derechos
Emmanuel Mennonite Church, Gainesville FL
End Streamline Coalition
Filipino Advocates for Justice
First Unitarian Universalist Church of Austin Social Action Committee
Fuerza del Valle Workers’ Center
Gainesville Interfaith Alliance for Immigrant Justice
Human Rights Initiative of North Texas
Immigrant Defenders Law Center
Immigration Justice Neteork
Interfaith Center for Worker Justice of San Diego County
Jewish Voice for Peace – Tucson
Justice For Our Neighbors DFW
Justice, Peace, & Integrity of Creation Committee, Springfield Dominican Sisters
Keep Tucson Together
Kino Border Initiative
La Union Del Pueblo Entero
Migrant Rights Collective Houston Texas
New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice
New Sanctuary Movement of Philadelphia
NM CAFe
Oregon DreamActivist
Pilgrim United Church of Christ
Priority Africa Network
Pueblo Sin Frontertas
Reformed Church of Highland Park, NJ
Samaritans
Shadow Rock United Church of Christ
Sisters Gospel Justice Committee/Srs. of the Most Precious Blood of O’Fallon, MO
Skyline UCC Oakland CA
Social Action Committee of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Las Cruces
The Good Shepherd UCC
Tucson Samaritans
United Church of the Valley
University Presbyterian Church, Tempe, AZ
Wilco Justice Alliance
Xavier Mission
Young Women United

Source:  https://www.hrw.org/news/2015/07/28/joint-letter-attorney-general-lynch-calling-end-illegal-entry/reentry-prosecutions

Fast for Families Buddies

Advancement Project

Advancement Project is a next generation, multi-racial civil rights organization. Rooted in the great human rights struggles for equality and justice, we exist to fulfill America’s promise of a caring, inclusive and just democracy. We use innovative tools and strategies to strengthen social movements and achieve high impact policy change.

African American Clergy Coalition

African American Clergy Coalition, (AACC) is an organization primarily of African American clergy of predominantly African American congregations in the Greater Metropolitan Chicago Area. The AACC consist of hundreds of African American clergymen throughout Cook County and beyond. The Coalition is not limited to just African American Clergymen, but other non African American Clergymen who preside over diverse congregations.

AFT

The American Federation of Teachers is a national labor union representing more than 1.5 million pre-K through 12th-grade teachers; paraprofessionals and other school-related personnel; higher education faculty and professional staff; federal, state and local government employees; nurses and healthcare workers; and early childhood educators. The AFT is one of the leading unions in the country influencing policy and charting the course on public education.

AHEM

AHEM, LA Alianza Hispana Evangelica Ministerial, se compone de cientos de Iglesias Hispanas, Ministerios, Organizaciones Cristianas, Estaciones de Radio y Television Evangélicos en Texas (con oficina principal en Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex), Nuestra lema es: La Necesidad Nos Une!

Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice

The Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice is a grassroots, statewide network of individuals and organizations that works to advance and defend the rights of immigrants in Alabama. Our coalition consists of seven non-profit organizations, 15 grassroots immigrant community organizations, and hundreds of individual members.

Galvanized after the 2011 passage of Alabama’s HB 56, the nation’s harshest anti-immigrant legislation, ACIJ has become a major progressive organizing force both locally and nationally. ACIJ is creating a strong grassroots base through an unparalleled organizing and leadership development campaign in immigrant communities across the state, while building alliances with other marginalized communities and non-immigrant allies.

Alliance for Citizenship

The Alliance for Citizenship, the national coalition of hundreds of immigrant rights groups, labor unions, business, and community and civic organizations, is united to pass comprehensive immigration reform with a path to citizenship for 11 million this year.

America’s Voice

The mission of America’s Voice (AV) and America’s Voice Education Fund (AVEF) is to harness the power of American voices and American values to enact policy change that guarantees full labor, civil and political rights for immigrants and their families. We work in partnership with progressive, faith-based, labor, civil rights, and grassroots groups, networks and leaders to enact federal legislation that puts 11 million Americans-in-waiting on the road to full citizenship.

CASA in Action

CASA in Action is a Latino and immigration advocacy organization based in Maryland and organizes immigrants in Virginia. CASA in Action facilitates greater electoral and campaign engagement by Latinos and immigrants by providing political education, candidate endorsements, and Get-Out-The Vote activities. CASA in Action is the regional partner to the national campaign for immigration reform and has hosted mega-rallies and marches in Washington, DC numbering from 25,000 to 500,000 across the past 7 years.

Catholics United

Catholics United is a national Catholic organization dedicated to promoting the Catholic church’s teachings on justice and the common good.

The Center for American Progress

The Center for American Progress (CAP) is an independent nonpartisan educational institute dedicated to improving the lives of Americans through progressive ideas and action. Building on the achievements of progressive pioneers such as Teddy Roosevelt and Martin Luther King, our work addresses 21st-century challenges such as energy, national security, economic growth and opportunity, immigration, education, and health care. We develop new policy ideas, critique the policy that stems from conservative values, challenge the media to cover the issues that truly matter, and shape the national debate. Founded in 2003 by John Podesta to provide long-term leadership and support to the progressive movement, CAP is headed by Neera Tanden and based in Washington, D.C

Center for Community Change

The mission of the Center for Community Change is to build the power and capacity of low-income people, especially low-income people of color, to have a significant impact in improving their communities and the policies and institutions that affect their lives.The Center for Community Change strengthens, connects and mobilizes grassroots groups to enhance their leadership, voice and power. We believe that vibrant community-based organizations, led by the people most affected by social and economic injustice, are key to putting an end to the failed “on your own” mentality of the right and building a new politics based on community values. Founded in 1968 to honor the life and values of Robert F. Kennedy, the Center is one of the longest-standing champions for low-income people and communities of color. Together, our expert staff and dynamic partners confront the vital issues of today and build the social movements of tomorrow.

Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)

The Refugee & Immigration Ministries office of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) provides advocacy leadership and partnership development for immigration support and refugee resettlement assistance for the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) denomination, and is a ministry area of Disciples Home Missions.

Church World Service

Each year, CWS touches the lives of thousands of immigrants through direct service, and many more indirectly through its work for public policies that recognize the value of immigrants to our nations and communities and help reinforce welcome for our nation’s millions of newest neighbors. Founded in 1946, CWS is one of ten organizations that resettles refugees for the U.S. Department of State.

Churches United

Churches United reform churches, redeem lives, restore communities and advocates for the voiceless and Caribbean/African immigrants in Brooklyn, NY.

Comite Civico Patriotico Mexicano Alameda County

Desde 1989 trabajamos por la comunidad en general en programas cívicos, culturales, artisticos, deportivos, deportivos, educacion, salud, servicios de informacion y referencias.

Conference of Major Superiors of Men

The Conference of Major Superiors of Men serves the leadership of the Catholic orders and congregations of the more than 17,000 vowed religious priests and brothers of the United States, ten percent of whom are foreign missionaries. CMSM provides a voice for these communities in U.S. church and society. CMSM also collaborates with the U.S. bishops and other key groups and organizations that serve church and society.

Faith in Public Life (FPL)

Faith in Public Life (FPL) is a strategy center for the faith community advancing faith in the public square as a powerful force for justice, compassion and the common good. In order to maximize the faith community’s unique ability to shape public debates, FPL identifies and creates moments of opportunity, builds and supports broad coalitions, and designs and implements innovative campaigns, bold initiatives and capacity-building tools. FPL’s approach emphasizes results, rapid response, cutting-edge skills and media savvy.

Florida Immigrant Coalition

The Florida Immigrant Coalition is a statewide alliance of immigrant rights organizations with offices in Miami, Tampa, Naples and Palm Beach. FLIC has 50 member organizations, including farmworkers, students, service providers, grassroots organizations and legal advocates, who come together for the fair treatment of all people, including immigrants. We accomplish our mission through coordination of immigrant organizations and community education, organizing and advocacy.

Franciscan Action Network

Inspired by the Gospel of Jesus, and the example of Saints Francis and Clare, the Franciscan Action Network (FAN) is a collective Franciscan voice seeking to transform United States public policy related to peace making, care for creation, poverty, and human rights. We are a grassroots organization amplifying the justice efforts of Franciscans and Franciscan-hearted people around the country. Join our growing movement that endures from St. Francis of Assisi and his call for compassion for the poor and for creation over 800 years ago.

Gamaliel

Gamaliel (Gamaliel.org) is a grassroots network of non-partisan, faith-based organizations in 16 U.S. states, South Africa and the United Kingdom. Gamaliel organizes to empower ordinary people to effectively participate in the political, environmental, social and economic decisions affecting their lives. Gamaliel’s diverse members apply their faith and values to the pursuit of equal opportunity for all, shared abundance, and stronger, more prosperous communities.

Immigration Reform for Nevada

Immigration Reform For Nevada (IRN) was founded to collaborate with organizations throughout the US in support of comprehensive immigration reform. IRN was founded in February 2013 to work with other leaders for a fair and attainable immigration reform for all immigrants.

Interfaith Worker Justice

Interfaith Worker Justice (IWJ) advances the rights of workers by engaging diverse faith communities into action, from grassroots organizing to shaping policy at the local, state and national levels.

The Office of Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation

The Office of Justice, Peace, and Integrity of Creation coordinates the advocacy efforts in the United States of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate on behalf of the interests of the poor and abandoned in the U.S. and 65 countries where the Oblates are in mission. Based in Washington, DC, the staff: Serves as a resource for members of the Oblate congregation; Supports the community organizing efforts of Oblates in the US; Coordinates the Faith Responsible Investing Program to advance just practices and policies by corporations in their worldwide operations; Collaborates with other NGOs to promote peace, justice, an ethic of consistent life, and the integrity of creation through our educational outreach. We also share concerns about the impact of policies on the poor with the US government, and international institutions such as the World Bank, the IMF, and the United Nations.

The Leadership Conference of Women Religious

LCWR is the association of the leaders of congregations of Catholic women religious in the United States . The conference has more than 1500 members, who represent more than 80 percent of the 57,000 women religious in the United States . Founded in 1956, the conference assists its members to collaboratively carry out their service of leadership to further the mission of the Gospel in today’s world.

Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO

The Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO is the chartered Central Labor Council (CLC) of the AFL-CIO in Los Angeles County. We are the second largest CLC in the country, representing over 300 unions and hundreds of thousands of working women and men throughout Los Angeles County. Our mission is to promote a voice for workers through organizing themselves into unions, building strong coalitions of labor, community, faith, and responsible businesses, engaging in both organizing and political campaigns, electing pro-union and pro-worker candidates and advancing public policies that support workers, families and local communities.

Make the Road New York

Make the Road New York (MRNY) was created in the fall of 2007 through the merger of Make the Road by Walking and the Latin American Integration Center, two of New York City’s most innovative and effective grassroots organizations. The merger was a natural partnership that built on proven successes and created a new citywide organization that combines democratic accountability to low–income people and an innovative mix of strategies to confront inequity and economic injustice, while fostering deep and active community roots. Our organization is membership–led and based in the low–income communities of Bushwick, Brooklyn, Jackson Heights, Queens, and Port Richmond, Staten Island. Our 7,000+ members are primarily low–income Latino/a immigrants, seventy–five percent of whom are women.

Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns

Maryknoll Global Concerns represents Maryknoll missioners, Catholic men and women who serve in approximately 30 countries around the world. The Global Concerns office provides advocacy and analysis on issues of importance to Maryknoll missioners and the people with whom they live and work.

Mi Familia Vota

Mi Familia Vota is a national non-profit organization that unites Latino, immigrant, and allied communities to promote social and economic justice through increased civic participation by promoting citizenship, voter registration, and voter participation. Mi Familia Vota is one of the premiere Latino civic engagement organizations in the country with operations in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Nevada, and Texas.

National Action Network

National Action Network is one of the leading civil rights organizations in the Nation with chapters throughout the entire United States. Founded in 1991 by Reverend Al Sharpton, NAN works within the spirit and tradition of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to promote a modern civil rights agenda that includes the fight for one standard of justice, decency and equal opportunities for all people regardless of race, religion, nationality or gender.

National Congress of Black Women

The National Congress of Black Women, Inc. is a 5013 non-profit organization dedicated to the educational, political, economic and cultural development of African American women and their families.

National Council of Jewish Women

The National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) is a grassroots organization of volunteers and advocates who turn progressive ideals into action. Inspired by Jewish values, NCJW strives for social justice by improving the quality of life for women, children, and families and by safeguarding individual rights and freedoms. Since its founding in 1893, NCJW has worked with immigrant communities in the US and continues to advocate for just and humane immigrant policies.

National Council of La Raza

The National Council of La Raza (NCLR)—the largest national Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization in the United States—works to improve opportunities for Hispanic Americans. Through its network of nearly 300 affiliated community-based organizations, NCLR reaches millions of Hispanics each year in 41 states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia. To achieve its mission, NCLR conducts applied research, policy analysis, and advocacy, providing a Latino perspective in five key areas—assets/investments, civil rights/immigration, education, employment and economic status, and health. In addition, it provides capacity-building assistance to its Affiliates who work at the state and local level to advance opportunities for individuals and families.

National Education Association

The National Education Association (NEA), the nation’s largest professional employee organization, is committed to advancing the cause of public education. NEA’s 3 million members work at every level of education—from pre-school to university graduate programs. NEA has affiliate organizations in every state and in more than 14,000 communities across the United States.

National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference

The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC) is the National Hispanic Evangelical Association. As the largest Latino Christian organization in America, NHCLC leads millions of Hispanic Christ followers through 40,118 evangelical congregations providing leadership, networking, fellowship, strategic partnerships and public policy advocacy platforms in seven focus areas: Life, Family, Great Commission, Stewardship, Education, Youth and Justice.

National Latino Evangelical Coalition

The National Latino Evangelical Coalition (NaLEC) seeks to respond to a real need for Latino and Latina Evangelical voices committed to the common good and justice in the public sphere. A national coalition with the objective of educating from a common good Latino-Evangelical perspective in the public sphere may increase the probability of the enactment for just legislations.

National Immigration Forum

Founded in 1982, the National Immigration Forum advocates for the value of immigrants and immigration to our nation. In service to this mission, the Forum promotes responsible federal immigration policies, addressing today’s economic and national security needs while honoring the ideals of our Founding Fathers, who created America as a land of opportunity. For 30 years, the Forum has worked to advance sound federal immigration solutions through its policy expertise, communications outreach and coalition building work, which forges powerful alliances of diverse constituencies across the country to build consensus on the important role of immigrants in America.

National Immigration Law Center

The National Immigration Law Center envisions a society in which all people — regardless of race, gender, immigration or economic status — are treated fairly and humanely. NILC engages in policy analysis, litigation, education and advocacy, to achieve this vision. NILC plays a critical role within the movement for racial, economic and social justice for low-income immigrants.

National Korean American Service & Education Consortium

The National Korean American Service & Education Consortium (NAKASEC) was founded in 1994 during a political turning point for Korean Americans. The LA Civil Unrest of April 29, 1992 and the subsequent anti-immigrant wave in Congress, precipitated by Prop 187, posed tremendous challenges to Korean Americans as people of color, working families and immigrants. The state of America at that time led a group of local grassroots community based organizations to come together to form NAKASEC with the purpose of projecting a national progressive voice on major civil rights and immigrant rights issues and promoting the full participation of Korean Americans with the greater goal of building a national movement for social change.

NETWORK, A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby 

NETWORK is a progressive voice within the Catholic community that has been influencing Congress in favor of peace and justice for more than 40 years. Through lobbying and legislative advocacy, we strive to close the gap between rich and poor and to dismantle policies rooted in racism, greed and violence.

New Sanctuary Movement

PICO

PICO is a national network of faith-based community organizations working to create innovative solutions to problems facing urban, suburban and rural communities. Since 1972 PICO has successfully worked to increase access to health care, improve public schools, make neighborhoods safer, build affordable housing, redevelop communities and revitalize democracy.

Northern Nevada Latino Alliance

NNLA-Northern Nevada Latino Alliance is an official chapter of the Alliance for Retired Americans and the Nevada Alliance for Retired Americans.

Northern Nevada Latino Alliance (NNLA) believes that social transformation is within the reach of all communities. We will partner with those committed to inclusion, impact, and innovation in solving public problems. We will seek engagement through dialogue, leadership development, collaboration, and new models of organizing. By partnering with diverse communities, we will support new solutions tailored to meet the needs of our Latino Community.

The Raben Group

The Raben Group brings together a diverse collection of professionals with deep roots in law and progressive public policy. Our mission is to identify opportunities and solve problems for clients in the corporate, nonprofit, foundation and government sectors.

Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism

For 50 years, the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism (“the RAC”) has been the hub of Jewish social justice and legislative activity in Washington, D.C. As the DC office of the Union for Reform Judaism, the RAC educates and mobilizes the Reform Jewish community on legislative and social concerns, advocating on more than 70 different issues, including immigration reform, economic justice, civil rights, religious liberty, Israel and more.

Saint Camillus

Since 1984 St. Camillus has been staffed by the Franciscan Friars of Holy Name Province, a group of over three hundred religious brothers who staff parishes and urban centers, universities and soup kitchens all along the East Coast in different sites from Boston to Tampa. Rooted in the Catholic and Franciscan Tradition, we are disciples of Christ who seek to bring the Gospel into the everyday experience of all people through popular preaching, teaching, and pastoral leadership. We foster Christian discipleship by collaborating with those whom we serve and by standing in solidarity with all people, especially the alienated, the immigrant, and the poor.

Reforma Ideologica Foundation

Trabajamos por la comunidad en general en programas cívicos, culturales, artísticos, deportivos, educativos, salud, servicio de información y referencias sin importar sus credo, religion, raza, ancestros, discapacidad Fisica. Enfermedad Alguna, situación migratoria u orientación sexual.

SEIU

We are the Service Employees International Union, an organization of 2.1 million members united by the belief in the dignity and worth of workers and the services they provide and dedicated to improving the lives of workers and their families and creating a more just and humane society.

Sojourners

Sojourners is a national Christian organization committed to faith in action for social justice. We seek to inspire hope and build a movement to transform individuals, communities, the church, and the world. With a 40-year history, Sojourners is a nonpartisan leader that convenes, builds alliances among, and mobilizes people of faith, focusing on racial and social justice, life and peace, and environmental stewardship. Working through Sojourners magazine, Sojourners’ website sojo.net, public speaking events, media outreach, educational resources, books, advocacy, and trainings, Sojourners is an internationally influential voice at the intersection of faith, politics, and culture.

Unitarian Universalist Association

In Unitarian Universalism, we have a legacy of “deeds not creeds.” Our work for a better world calls us to unexpected places as we harness love’s power to stop oppression. From grassroots community organizing to interfaith Washington advocacy, in protest marches, prayer vigils, and press conferences, in homeless shelters and in prisons, Unitarian Universalists put their faith in to action. We work in interfaith coalitions and partnerships locally, statewide, nationally, and internationally to affirm and promote “the inherent worth and dignity of every person,” “justice, equity, and compassion” and “the interconnected web of all existence.” The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee and the UU College of Social Justice are two bold examples of this work.

United We Dream

United We Dream is the largest immigrant youth-led organization in the nation, a powerful nonpartisan network made up of 52 affiliate organizations in 25 states. We organize and advocate for the dignity and fair treatment of immigrant youth and families, regardless of immigration status. UWD’s current priority is to win citizenship for the entire undocumented community and end senseless deportations and abuses. We seek to address the inequities and obstacles faced by immigrant youth and believe that by empowering immigrant youth, we can advance the cause of the entire community—justice for all immigrants.

Universal Luz Divina Christian Church Monastery

Somos una Iglesia incluyente a toda la comunidad.

Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy

The Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy is Virginia’s oldest faith-based advocacy group. We are a nonpartisan coalition of faith communities working to create progressive public policy by engaging people of faith, educating the public about social issues, the legislative process, and the call to advocacy.

Voto Latino

Voto Latino is a dynamic and growing non-partisan organization whose civic engagement campaigns have reached an estimated 55 million Latino households nationwide. United by the belief that Latino issues are American issues and American issues are Latino issues, Voto Latino is dedicated to bringing new and diverse voices into the political process by engaging youth, media, technology and celebrities to promote positive change.

Source:  http://fasMot4families.org/sponsors/

Southern California Immigration Coalition Buddies

28th St. Elementary School ACORN Chapter
Alianza Latinoamericana por los Derechos del Inmigrante
Alianza Latinoamericana por los Derechos del Inmigrante (San Francisco – Miguel Robles)
Anti-Racist Action/LA
Asians 4 Jericho & Mumia Abu Jamal
Association of Raza Educators
Border Angels (San Diego)
Brown Berets
Center for Human and Constitutional Rights (Attorney Peter Schey)
Chicano/Latino Artists for Social Equality
Chicano Latino Committee of United Teachers Los Angeles
Comite de Mujeres Patricia Marin
Comite Pro Democracia en Mexico
CISPES-Los Angeles
Committee on Raza Rights-Oxnard
Danza Azteca Cuahtemoc
The GFWC Women’s Club of Huntington Park
Jesse Diaz (San Bernardino)
Freedom Socialist Party
Frente Contra Las Redadas
Gente Unida
Professor Gilbert G. Gonzalez (author and professor, UCI)
Hermandad Mexicana Latinoamericana
Hermandad Mexicana Transnacional
Professor Raul Hinojosa (author and professor, UCLA)
Project HEAL – Health, Education, Advocacy and Leadership
Homies Unidos
IDEPSCA
Internet MEChA
ISO
Latinos Against War
Latino Movement USA
Long Beach Immigrant Rights Coalition
Mexican American Political Association
Maya Entertainment
Mujeres de Raiz
National Immigrant Solidarity Network
Padres Unidos de Maywood
Palisadians for Peace
Peace and Freedom Party of Los Angeles
Placita Olvera Working Group
POMONA HABLA (city of Pomona – Arturo Jimenez)
Puerto Rican Allliance
PUMAS (city of Maywood – Hector Alvarado)
Radical Women
Roofers Union- Local 36
School of the Americas Watch, L.A,
Somos Raza
Southeast Asian Network (Hamid Khan)
Union del Barrio

Source:  https://web.archive.org/web/20090403065002/http://immigrationcoalition.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=57&Itemid=56

Midwest Guys Against ICE

Rev. Dr. Larry Greenfield,
Executive Minister of the American Baptist Churches of Metro Chicago

Rev. Jorge Morales,
Conference Minister of the Illinois Conference of the United Church of Christ

Rev. Jonathan Knight,
Associate Conference Minister of the Illinois Conference of the United Church of Christ

Rev. Vertie Powers,
Associate Conference Minister of the Illinois Conference of the United Church of Christ

Reverend Hector Garfias-Toledo,
Associate to the Bishop, Metropolitan Chicago Synod

Pastor Jorge Fuentes,
Red de Oracion, USA

Sr. Patricia Crowley,
President, Conference of Benedictine Prioresses

Sr. Judith Murphy,
Prioress, Benedictine Sisters of Chicago

Rev. Michael Mann,
United Methodist Church, Northern Illinois Conference

Judith Levey,
Executive Director, Jewish Council on Urban Affairs

Rami Nashashibi,
Executive Director, Inner-City Muslim Action (IMAN)

Provincial Council of Clerics of St. Viator (Viatorians)

Sr. Donna Preston, President, Sisters & Brothers of Immigrants

Indiana & Wisconsin:

Rev. Jaqueline Lynn,
Peace and Justice Committee of the Episcopal Diocese, Libertyville, IL

Sr. Sally Ann Brickner,
Congregations of Sisters of St. Agnes, Fond du Lac, WI

Sr. Jeanne Conzemius,
Sisters of St. Joseph of the Third Order of St. Francis, Rice Lake, WI

Sr. Joyce Diltz,
Bethany Retreat House, East Chicago, IN

Sr. Kathleen Quinn,
Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ, East Chicago, IN

Br. Brian McLauchlin,
Joint Immigration Venture, Glenview, IL

Sr. Linda Mershon,
8th Day Center for Justice, La Crosse, WI

Sr. Rose Mary Meyer,
Project IRENE, Wilmette, IL

Mark Peters,
Justice, Peace, and Reconciliation Director with Priests of the Sacred Heart,
US Province, Franklin, Wisconsin

Sr. Mary Rathert,
Sinsinawa Domincans, Sinsinawa, WI

Sr. Linda Volk,
Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ, Donaldson, IN

Sr. Marge White,
Sisters of St. Joseph, St. Mary of the Woods, IN

Sr. Carleen Wrasman,
Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ, Donaldson, IN

Sr. Coletta Wrasman,
Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ, Donaldson, IN

Illinois (non-Chicago):

Rev. Victor Conrado,
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Glen Ellyn, IL

Rev. Steve Van Kuiken,
Senior Minister at Lake Street Church of Evanston, Evanston, IL

Rev. Jose Jerez,
Iglesia Unida de Cristo, Berwyn, IL

Rev. Dr. Carlos Plazas,
St. Michael and All Angels Church, Berwyn, IL

Pastor Angel Roman,
Kingdom Voice Ministries, Waukegan, IL

Pastor Chris Walters,
Plainfield United Methodist Church, Plainfield, IL

Rev. Hillary Watson,
Lombard Mennonite Church, Lombard, IL

Rev. Sally Scheib,
Bethel United Church of Christ, Elmhurst, IL

Rev. Betty Birkhahn-Rommelfanger,
Chestnut Square/Bethany Methodist Retirement Community, Skokie, IL

Sr. Carol Cook,
Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (BVM), Oak Park, IL

Sr. Kathleen Conway,
Sisters of the Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (BVM), Brookfield, IL

Sr. Pammit, Lovina, OSF,
Franciscan Sisters of the Sacred Heart, Frankfort, IL

Sr. Sheahan Maureen,
Sisters of Providence, River Grove, IL

Sr. Joellen Sbrissa,
Congregation of St. Joseph, La Grange Park, IL

Br. Larry Schatz,
Provincial, De la Salle Christian Brothers, Willowbrook, IL

Sr. Kristine Vorenkamp,
Sisters of the Living Word, Arlington Heights, IL

Roger Curless, Justice for Our Neighbors (JFON), Aurora, IL

Laura Keigley, Justice for Our Neighbors (JFON), Aurora, IL

Lawrence Thompson,
Coordinator of Immigration Ministries at St. Andrew United Methodist Church,
Carol Stream, IL

Nanette Snowden,
Mission & Social Justice Committee Chair,
Northminster Presbyterian Church, Evanston, IL

Chicago:

Pastor Rolando Alvarez,
Iglesia Envangelica Principe de Paz, Chicago, IL

Pastor Gerson Amaya,
Salem Evangelical Free Church, Chicago, IL

Rev. Lilian Amaya,
Executive Director of Haziel Ministries, Chicago, IL

Pastor Alli Baker,
Wellington Avenue United Church of Christ, Chicago, IL

Rev. Carolyn Bavaro,
Episcopal Diocese, Chicago, IL

Dr. PhD. Jose Bermudez,
Su Voluntad Ministries, INC. Chicago, IL

Pastor Ernesto Betancourt,
Temple of God Shalom, Chicago, IL

Pastor Beth Buckingham-Brown,
Lincoln Park Presbyterian Church, Chicago, IL

Vicar Tobita Chow,
First Lutheran Church of the Trinity, Chicago, IL

Rev. Julian DeShazier,
University Church of Chicago, Chicago IL

Fr. Ted Durst, Episcopal Church, Chicago, IL

Rev. Kristian Johnson,
Pilgrim Lutheran Church, Chicago IL

Rabbi Seth Limmer,
Chicago Sinai Congregation, Chicago, IL

Rev. Alka Lyall,
Broadway United Methodist Church, Chicago, IL

Rev. Kevin McLemore,
Epiphany United Church of Christ, Chicago, IL

Rev. Carol McVetty,
North Shore Baptist Congregation, Chicago, IL

Rev. Maria Elizabeth Muñoz,
Nuestra Señora de las Americas, Chicago, IL

Rev. Shakespeare Osorio,
Central Baptist Spanish Church, Chicago, IL

Rev. Luis Quinones,
First Congregational Church, Chicago, IL

Rev. Kathryn Ray,
North Shore Baptist Congregation, Chicago, IL

Pastor Rony Reyes,
North Shore Baptist Church, Chicago, IL

Rev. Jose A. Rosa,
First Congregational Church, Chicago, IL

Rabbi Brant Rosen,
Tzedek Chicago, Chicago, IL

Pastor Ignacio Salinas,
San Benito Anglican Mission, Chicago, IL

Pastor Michael Shanahan,
Our Lady of Lourdes, Chicago, IL

Rev. Dr. Douglas Sharp,
Hyde Park Union Church, Chicago, IL

Rev. Kara Wagner Sherer,
St. John’s Episcopal Church, Chicago, IL

Rev. Joyce Thomas,
Holy Cross-IHM Parish, Chicago, IL

Rev. Adrienne Trevathan,
Associate Minster of the Holy Covenant United Methodist Church, Chicago, IL

Rev. Paula Cripps-Vallejo,
Humboldt Park United Methodist Church, Chicago, IL

Rev. Alex Wirth,
Lake View Presbyterian Church, Chicago, IL

Sr. Judith Birgen,
Sisters of Providence, Chicago, IL

Br. Bede Bladry, FSC,
De La Salle Christian Brothers, Chicago, IL

Fr. Robert Bossie,
Priests of the Sacred Heart, Chicago, IL

Sr. Marilyn Breen,
Presentation Sisters, Chicago, IL

Sr. Mary Catherin Connolly,
Sr. of the Living Word, Chicago, IL

Sr. Lupita Cordero,
Schools Sisters of the Atlantic Midwest Providence, Chicago, IL

Sr. Judith David,
Sisters of St. Joseph of the Third Order of St. Francis, Chicago, IL

Sr. Mary Kay Flanigan, OSF,
Franciscan Sisters, Chicago, IL

Sr. Barbara Gaul,
Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Chicago, IL

Sr. Marilyn Kofler,
Sisters of Providence, Chicago, IL

Sr. Mary Ellen Meckley,
Sisters of the Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Chicago, IL

Sr. Mary Ann Penner,
Immaculate Heart of Mary, Chicago, IL

Br. Martin Spellman, FSC, Brothers of the Christian Schools

Source:  https://www.crln.org/node/2652

Rally for Hope, Stop Separating Families Buddies

Archdiocese of CincinnatiCatholic Charities of Southwestern OhioCincinnati Interfaith Workers CenterELL FoundationHoly Family Church, Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center, LULAC, and NKU Latino Institute for Excellence

Source:  http://ijpccincinnati.org/event/rally-for-hope-stop-separating-families/

Black Lives Matter Cincinatti

Source:  http://www.cincinnati.com/story/news/politics/2016/03/12/hundreds-march-protect-immigrants/81574046/

the Metropolitan Area Religious Coalition of Cincinnati

Source:  http://www.marcconline.com/home/news_events/parms/1/record/20160304-rally-for-hope-stop-separating-families-march-12th.html

 Fair Immigration Reform Movement (FIRM) Buddies

Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice
Alliance for a Just Society
Arkansas United Community Coalition
CASA de Maryland
CASA de Virginia
Center for Community Change
Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights Los Angeles, CHIRLA
Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition, CIRC
Consejo de Federaciones Mexicanas, COFEM
EL CENTRO de Igualdad y Derechos, New Mexico
Florida Immigrant Coalition, FLIC
Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights, ICIRR
Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement, ICCI
Latin American Coalition, LAC, North Carolina
Maine People’s Alliance
Make The Road New York
Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugees Advocacy Coalition, MIRA
Michigan United
National Korean American Services and Educational Consortium, NAKASEC
National Partnership for New Americans, NPNA
National People’s Action, NPA
Nebraska Appleseed
New Hampshire Alliance for Immigrant Rights-MIRA
New York Immigration Coalition, NYIC
One America, Washington
Pennsylvania Immigration and Citizenship Coalition, PICC
Pineros y Campesinos Unidos del Noreste, PCUN
CAUSA Oregon
Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada, PLAN Nevada
Promise Arizona, PAZ
Rights for All People, RAP, Colorado
Somos un Pueblo Unido, New Mexico
Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition, TIRRC
Utah Communities United
Voces de la Frontera, Wisconsin
Washington-CAN

Source:  http://fairimmigration.org//wp-content/uploads/2014/10/FIRM-10-10-14-Letter-to-President-Obama.pdf

More anti-deportation guys

ORGANIZATION NAME
1 1Love Movement Ell See
2 9to5 Atlanta Charmaine Davis
3 AACHE; MALCS Gloria Cuadraz
4 ABAJO Y A LA IZQUIERDA Bertha Gutierrez
5 ABOVE STATUS FL Jose Luis Nevarez
6 Action Langley Park Bill Hanna
7 ACTIONN – Acting in Community Together in Organizing Northern Ne Pat Fling
8 ADAC (Arizona Dream Act Coalition) Vianey Perez
9 Adorers of the Blood of Christ Kathleen Reid
10 Adrian Dominican Sisters Christopher Matthias
11 Advocacy for Justice and Peace Committee of the Sisters of St. Francis Sr. Frances Murray
12 AFL-CIO Ana Avendaño
13 Alabama Coalition for Immigration Justice Rev Angie Wright
14 Alameda Labor Council, AFL-CIO Josie Camacho
15 ALBANY LATINO ALLIANCE Carlos Guzmán
16 Alianza Indigena Sin Fronteras Jose Matus
17 All Of Us Or None Manuel La Fontaine
18 Alliance of Filipinos for Immigrant Rights and Empowerment Jerry Clarito
19 Alliance San Diego Christian Ramirez
20 Allies of Knoxville’s Immigrant Neighbors Fran Ansley
21 America’s Voice Dara Lind
22 American Baptist Churches USA Eddie Birdsall
23 American Baptist Home Mission Societies, Office of Immigration a Aundreia Alexander
24 American Baptists Rochester/Genesee Regi Alan Newton
25 American Civil Liberties Union Chris Rickerd
26 American Dream Community Agency Michael Chavez
27 American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Fran Bernstein
28 American Federation of Teachers (AFT) Cesar Moreno-Perez
29 American Friends Service Committee of Western Massachusetts Jeff Napolitano
30 Americans for Immigrant Justice, formerly Florida Immigrant Advo Cheryl Little
31 Arise Chicago Worker Center Jorge Mujica
32 Arizona DREAM Act Coalition Cesar Valdes
33 Arizona Queer Undocumented Immigrant Project Jose Rodriguez
34 Arkansas Coalition for DREAM Rosa Velasquez
35 Arlington Proyecto Unido Maria Robles
36 Arlington St. Church Ann Troise
37 Asian American Justice Center, member of Asian American Center f Marita Etcubanez
38 Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund Margaret Fung
39 Asian and Asian American Student Organization, UConn School of S Seiya Fukuda
40 Asian Law Alliance Bea Pangilinan
41 Asian Law Caucus Anoop Prasad
42 Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA) – Alameda Chapter Kim Geron
43 Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA), LA Chapter Lucia Lin
44 Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance- DC Chapter Jenny Ho
45 Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance, AFL-CIO Diana Bui
46 Asian Pacific American Legal Center Anthony Ng
47 Asian Students Promoting Immigrant Rights through Education (ASPIRE) Core Members
48 Asociacion Ecuador Unido Nelson Benitez
49 ASPIRE ASPIRE Core Members
50 Associaciation of Mexicans in North Carolina, Inc. (AMEXCAN) Juvencio Rocha-Peralta
51 Association of Latino Men for Action (ALMA) Julio Rodriguez
52 Atlanta Jobs with Justice Roger Sikes
53 Austin Immigrant Rights Coalition Esther Reyes
54 AZ Immigration Ministry of UU Congregation of Phoenix Sandy Weir
55 Aztlan Media Kollective john f martinez
56 Bakersfield College M.E.Ch.A Gustavo Ibarra
57 Beloit Peace and Justice Ousia Whitaker-DeVault
58 Black Alliance for Just Immigration Gerald Lanoir
59 Black Slate, Inc. Ronald Hewitt
60 Border Network for Human Rights Jose Manuel Escobedo
61 Boston New Sanctuary Movement Dennis Brown
62 Brazilian Immigrant Center Meghan Vesel
63 Brazos Interfaith Immigration Netwoek Jennifee Guillén
64 BreakOUT! Wes Ware
65 Breakthrough Ishita Srivastava
66 Buckeyes Organizing for Student Solidarity (BOSS) Cruz Bonlarron Martínez
67 California Central Valley Journey for Justice Gloria M. Sandoval
68 California Central Valley Journey for Justice Jason Flores
69 California Immigrant Policy Center Gabriel Villareal
70 California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance Alessandro Negrete
71 Cambridge United for Justice with Peace Vicky Steinitz
72 CARECEN – Los Angeles Martha Arevalo
73 Carmelites Sisters, Vedruna Northamerican Region Sr. Maureen Foltz
74 Casa de Maryland Gustavo Andrade
75 Casa Freehold Marguerita Dentino
76 Casa Latina Hillary Stern
77 causa justa :: just cause Cynthia Muñoz
78 Center for Community Change Mayron Payes
79 Center for Constitutional Rights Annette Dickerson
80 Center for Latino Progress – CPRF Yanil Teron
81 Central Indiana Jobs with Justice Amy Shackelford
82 Central Ohio Immigrant Justice Lauren Hines
83 Centro Autónomo / Mexico-US Solidarity Network MSN Collective
84 Centro Cultural de Mexico Carolina Sarmiento
85 Centro de Estudios del Español de Estados Unidos Armando Guerrero
86 Centro de Trabajadores Unidos: Immigrant Workers’ Project Ana Guajardo Carrillo
87 Centro Humanitario para los Trabajadores Marco Nunez
88 Centro Laboral de Graton Christy Lubin
89 Centro Latino of Owensboro, Ky. Fran Wilhelm
90 Centro para Familias Hispanas Consuelo Kwee
91 CEO Pipe Organs/Golden Ponds Farm Corey E. Olsen
92 Chicago Community and Workers’ Rights Martin Unzueta
93 Chicago New Santuary Coalition Sara Wohlleb
94 Church of Our Saviour/Iglesia de Nuestro Salvador Episcopal Paula Jackson
95 Church World Service Erol Kekic
96 Cincinnati Interfaith Workers Center Manuel Pérez
97 Circleville Quakers Brad Cotton
98 Citizen Orange Kyle de Beausset
99 CIUDAD Miguel Torres
100 Civic Engagement and Service-Learning at UMass Amherst John Reiff
101 CLEAN Carwash Campaign Rosemarie Molina
102 Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice Los Angeles Jonathan Klein
103 Cleveland Jobs with Justice Deb Kline
104 Cliniquita Program Martha Nathan, MD
105 CLUE Santa Barbara Arthur Stevens
106 CLUE Santa Barbara Arthur Stevens
107 Coalicion de Lideres Latinos-CLILA America Gruner
108 Coalicion de Organizaciones Latino-Americanas (COLA) Ada Volkmer
109 Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA) Antonio Bernabe
110 Cobb Immigrant Alliance Richard Pellegrino
111 COLA Víctor Álvarez
112 Collier County Neighborhood Stories Project Angela Cisneros
113 Comite Pro Uno Elizabeth Matamoros
114 Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES) Alexis Stoumbelis
115 Community Economic Development Center of SE MA Corinn Williams
116 Community Food and Justice Coalition Y. Armando Nieto
117 Community to Community Rosalinda Guillen
118 Community to Community Development Caroline Correa
119 Community United Against Violence Stacy Umezu
120 Community4ImmigrantRights Tamar Diana Wilson
121 Comunidad inmigrantes East Haven CT Herman Zuniga
122 Comunidad Liberación/Liberation Community Rev. Anne Dunlap
123 Concerned Citizens of Joliet Linda Jolet
124 Congress of Day Laborers Jacinta Gonzalez
125 Connecticut Immigrant Rights Alliance Ana Rivera
126 CREDO Action Murshed Zaheed
127 CRISOL-ACUARELA Beatrice Chodosh
128 Crossing Borders – Dubuque Mary McCauley
129 CT Students for a DREAM Camila Bortolleto
130 CTUL (Centro de Trabajadores Unidos en Lucha) Veronica Mendez
131 Cuéntame Axel Caballero
132 CultureStrike Favianna Rodriguez
133 Day Labor Center Gabriel Hernandez
134 Day Worker Center of Mountain View Maria Marroquin
135 Define American Mónica Novoa
136 Democracy in Action Donna Chicone
137 Derechos Humanos Coalition Pancho Medina
138 Detention Watch Network Andrea Black
139 Dominican Empowerment Council Yunis Segura-McNally
140 Dominican Sisters of Houston Ceil Roeger
141 Don Bosco Workers Inc Gonzalo Cruz
142 Dream Action Coalition Erika Erika
143 Dream ACTivist Georgia Dulce Guerrero
144 DREAM Activist Ohio Nick Torres
145 DREAM Alliance of Sonoma County Jesús Guzmán
146 Dream Team Los Angeles Dream Team Los Angeles
147 DRM Action Coalition Cesar Vargas
148 DRUM – Desis Rising Up & Moving Fahd Ahmed
149 Dura-Clean Inc. Jose Sr. Duran
150 East Bay Sanctuary Covenant Manuel De Paz
151 Ecumenical Campus Ministries Gustin Bova
152 El CENTRO de Igualdad y Derechos Rachel LaZar
153 El Centro de la Raza Veronica Mendez-Cruz
154 El Centro del Inmigrante Gonzalo Mercado
155 El Comite Marcela Diaz
156 El Comite de Apoyo a los Trabajadores Agricolas Jessica Culley
157 El Puente Yizzar Prieto
158 El Refugio Ministry, Inc. Marie Marquardt
159 El Zócalo Immigrant Resource Center Sara Mullally
160 Elgin Dreamers United Laura Vivaldo
161 Encuentro Andrea Plaza
162 Enlace Peter Cervantes-Gautschi
163 Enriching Utah Coalition Diana Paredes
164 Evergreen Association of American Baptist Churches Marcia Patton
165 Families for Freedom Abraham Paulos
166 Family Farm Defenders John Peck
167 Family Focus Aurora Jorge Rios
168 Family School Partnership Leticia Alvarez
169 Farms Not Arms Linda Speel
170 Farmworker Association of Florida, Inc. Tirso Moreno
171 Federacion de Clubes Jaliscienses del Sur de CA Pjna Hernandez
172 Fight for Driver’s License PA Maria Serna
173 Fight for Justice Siddhi Kasat
174 Flores Consulting and Psychotherapy Yvette Flores
175 Florida Coastal Immigrant Rights Clinic Ericka Curran
176 Florida Council of Churches Russell Meyer
177 Florida Immigrant Coalition Natalia Jaramillo
178 Florida New Majority Elbert Garcia
179 Food Chain Workers Alliance Joann Lo
180 Food Empowerment Project Lauren Ornelas
181 Forks Human Rights Group Lesley Hoare
182 Franciscan Action Network Sister Marie Lucey
183 Freedom School-MS Ingrid Cruz
184 Freedom Socialist Party Doug Barnes
185 Frente Indígena de Organizaciones Binaciones (FIOB) Sarait Martinez
186 Fresno Immigrant Youth in Action Luis Ojeda
187 Fuerza del Valle Workers’ Center Hector Guzman Lopez
188 Generational Alliance Ryane Ridenour
189 Gentle Spirit Christian Church Rev. Paul Turner
190 Georgia Detention Watch Katie Valencia
191 Georgia Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition L R
192 Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights (GLAHR) Adelina Nicholls
193 Georgia Mtn. Unitarian Universalist Church AJ Wolff
194 Georgia Peace and Justice Coalition/Atlanta Dianne Mako
195 Georgia Rural Urban Summit Larry Pellegrini
196 Georgia Women’s Actions for New Directions Becky Rafter
197 GetEQUAL Felipe Sousa-Rodrguez
198 GLAAD Dave Montez
199 Global Family Legal Services Celinas Ruth, Esq.
200 Global Freedom Concerts (GFC) Gia Ibarra
201 GMUUC Social Justice Melanie Malovany
202 Grassroots Collaborative Amisha Patel
203 Grassroots Global Justice Alliance Cindy Wiesner
204 Grassroots Leadership Bob Libal
205 Greater Birmingham Ministries Miguel Carpizio
206 Greater Birmingham Ministries Miguel Carpizo
207 Grupo de Apoyo e Integracion Hispanoamericano Erika Sutherland
208 Guatemalan Health Association of Massachusetts Pantaleon Morales
209 H. S. Power & Light Ministries – Latino Faith Initiative Fidel “Butch” Montoya
210 HAITIAN EVANGELICAL CHURCH REV.DR. LEMAIRE ALERTE
211 Haverford College Students for Immigrant Justice Jonathan Laks
212 Herman Legal Group Richard Herman
213 Hispanic Coalition, Corp Rosa Emilia Kasse
214 Hispanic Community Dialogue of VIirginia Beatriz Amberman
215 Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama Gwendolyn Ferreti
216 Hispanic/Latino Services Marcia Brown
217 Holy Innocents Episcopal Church, Little Lake, MI Dr. James Livingston
218 Holy Spirit Missionary Sisters Sr. Rose Therese Nolta, SSpS
219 Houston United/Unido Maria Jimenez
220 Hudson Valley Community Coalition Betsy Palmieri
221 Human Rights Defense Center Paul Wright
222 IFT Productions Omar Cruz
223 Iglesia Menonita del Buen Pastor David Araujo
224 Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights Fred Tsao
225 Illinois people’s action Sonny Garcia
226 Illinois Peoples Action Sonny Garcia
227 Immigrant Advocacy Project Rachel Heuman
228 Immigrant Communities in Action (ICA) Monami Maulik
229 Immigrant Defense Project Mizue Aizeki
230 Immigrant Justice Network Alisa Wellek
231 Immigrant Youth Coalition – Los Angeles Luis Serrano
232 Immigrant Youth Justice League Ireri Unzueta
233 Immigration Justice Task Force of the UUSJ Theresa Rekenthaler
234 Immigration Rights Task Force of the Unitarian Society of New Haven Sophie Twokowski
235 Immigration Task Force of the Californian Annual Conference of t Linda Kuruhara
236 Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy Jim Harkness
237 Interfaith Movement for Immigrant Justice Robert Brown
238 Interfaith Worker Justice Committee of Colorado Rev. Daniel Klawitter
239 International Labor Rights Forum Judy Gearhart
240 International Tribunal of Conscience Dorinda Moreno
241 ISAAC (Immigration Support And Assistance Center) Jose Bustos
242 Jackson Area NOW Laurie Roberts
243 Jewish Council on Urban Affairs Alison Abrams
244 Jobs with Justice and American Rights at Work Natalie Patrick-Knox
245 Jobs with Justice San Francisco Feng Kung
246 Jobs with Justice/American Rights at Work Sarita Gupta
247 Junta for Progressive Action Ana Maria Rivera
248 Juntos Erika Almiron
249 Just Pay for All Coalition Elisa Ringholm
250 Justice For Immigrants Nevada Rita Sloan
251 Justice Strategies Judy Greene
252 Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation Janet Kramer OSF
253 JUSTICIA DIGNA Carolina Martin Ramos, Esq.
254 JUSTICIA SOCIAL VALLE DE SAN FERNANDO santa SANDOVAL
255 Kentucky Dream Coallition Shakyari Palacios
256 Kentucky Jobs with Justice Bonifacio Aleman
257 Kickapoo Peace Circle Marcia Halligan
258 KIWA Rebeca Ronquillo
259 Korean American Resource & Cultural Center Heykyung Eum
260 Korean Americans for Political Advancement (KAPA) Bright Limm
261 Korean Resource Center Hee Joo Yoon
262 L.A.N.D. Richard McWherter
263 La Colectiva de Mujeres Guillermina Castellanos
264 La Esperanza Lida Delgado
265 La Fuente, a Tri-State Worker and Community Fund Omar Angel
266 La Roca of the First United Methodist Church Susan Griggs
267 La Union del Pueblo Entero (LUPE) Juanita Valdez-Cox
268 La Voz Latina Cristal Gallegos
269 Lamb & Andrade P.C. Jodilma Lamb
270 Lansing Workers Center Mike Kolhoff
271 Latin America Caribbean Committee of the Loretto Community Carolyn Jaramillo
272 Latin American Coalition Armando Bellmas
273 Latino Education & Training Institute Rosamaria Graziani
274 Latino Union of Chicago Eric Rodriguez
275 Latino Youth Action League Cynthia Brito
276 Latinos United of Carroll County Gyla De La Rosa
277 Lawrence Food Not Bombs Brian Sultana
278 Leadership Conference of Women Religious Ann Scholz
279 Legal Aid Justice Center Ivy Finkenstadt
280 Legal Services for Prisoners with Children Dorsey Nunn
281 Lideres Campesinas Suguet Lopez
282 Living Hope Wheelchair Association Francisco Arguelles
283 Long Beach Immigrant Rights Coalition Miguel Montalva
284 Long Island Immigrant Alliance Luis V
285 LOS AMIGOS OF ORANGE COUNTY AMIN DAVID
286 Los Angeles Immigrant Youth Coalition Isaac Barrera
287 Lowcountry Immigration Coalition Lee Kanuck
288 LULAC Council 4609 Leni Gonzalez
289 LULAC-Syracuse chapter Jose Perez
290 MALCS (Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social) Rita Urquijo-Ruiz
291 MANA de Orange County Nellie Kaniski
292 Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition Pedro Portillo
293 Massachusetts Jobs with Justice Edwin Argueta
294 MataHari: Eye of the Day Monique Nguyen
295 Metro Atlanta Democratic Socialists of America Milton Tambor
296 Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF) Tom Saenz
297 Mi Familia Center: Serving Migrant Communities, Inc. Rev. Aquiles E. Martinex
298 Mi Familia Vota Marianela Acuna
299 Miami Workers Center marcia olivo
300 Michael Chavez Center, Monument Community Partnership Nati Flores
301 Mid-South Peace and Justice Center Jacob Flowers
302 Midwest Maya Ministry/United Church of Christ Denise Griebler
303 Migrant Justice Natalia Fajardo
304 Minnesota UU Social Justice Alliance Ralph Wyman
305 MIRA Coalition Cristina Aguilera
306 Missouri Immigrant and Refugee Advocates Vanessa Crawford Aragón
307 moana nui action alliance Arnie Saiki
308 MoveOn.org Harriet Heywood
309 Movimento per la società di giustizia Arrigo Colombo
310 Movimiento del Valle porLlos Derechos Humanos Dina Nunez
311 Mujeres de Maiz Felicia Montes
312 Mujeres Unidas y Activas Karina Muñiz
313 N.C. Immigrant Rights Project Marty Rosenbluth
314 NACCS Patrisia Gonzales
315 National Advocacy Center of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd Lawrence Couch
316 National Alliance for Filipino Concerns Mara Ibarra
317 National Alliance of Latin American and Caribbean Communities Xochitl Espinosa
318 National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum – DC Chapter Devan Shea
319 National Association For Chicana and Chicano Studies-ROCKY MOUNT Jose Flores
320 National Association for Hispanic Elderly Dr. Carmela Lacayo
321 National Council of Jewish Women Madeline Shepherd
322 National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON) Pablo Alvarado
323 National Domestic Workers Alliance Andrea Mercado
324 National Employment Law Project Haeyoung Yoon
325 National Family Farm Coalition Katherine Ozer
326 National Guestworker Alliance Jacob Horwitz
327 National Immigrant Justice Center Alexis Perlmutter
328 National Immigrant Project of the NLG Paromita Shah
329 National Immigration Law Center (NILC) Shiu-Ming Cheer/Marielena Hincapie
330 National Korean American Service & Education Consortium Jane Yoo
331 National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights Catherine Tactaquin
332 National Nurses Organizing Committee Judith Cashin Lerma
333 National People’s Action George Goehl
334 Neighbors United for a Better East Boston (NUBE) Gloribell Mota
335 Network in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala (NISGUA) Megan Whelan
336 New Haven Peoples Center Joelle Fishman
337 New Immigrant Community Empowerment Valeria Treves
338 New Jersey Forum For Human Rights Eugene Squeo
339 New Mexico Dreamers in Action New Mexico Dreamers & Allies
340 New Orleans Workers Center for Racial Justice Jacinta Gonzalez
341 New Orleans’ Interfaith Worker Justice Jim VanderWeele
342 New Sanctuary Coalition R. Ragbir
343 New Sanctuary Movement of Philadelphia Peter Pedemonti
344 New York Immigration Coalition Jacki Esposito
345 NH Area Sisters of Mercy Madonna Moran
346 Nicaragua Center for Community Action Diana Bohn
347 Niu Matat Napawika Maria Lopez
348 NJ State Industrial Union Council and NJ Labor Against War Carol Gay
349 No More Deaths Hannah Hafter
350 North Texas Dream Team Marco A. Malagon
351 North Texas Dream Team Lissette Moreno
352 Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Working Group (NESAWG Amy Little
353 Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights Angela Fernandez
354 Northwest Immigrant Rights Project Jorge Baron
355 Occupy Santa Barbara Aurora Marquez
356 Office of Peace, Justice and Ecological Integrity, Sisters of Ch Terrence Moran
357 Ohio Action Circle Ruben Castilla Herrera
358 Ohio Interfaith Immigration Coalition Ruben Castilla Herrera
359 OLA of Eastern Long Island Isabel Sepulveda
360 Olneyville Neighborhood Association (Providence) Susan Beaty
361 OMNI Center for Peace, Justice & Ecology Gladys Tiffany
362 One Horizon Institute Steve Pavey
363 OneAmerica Rich Stolz
364 Orange County Dream Team Hairo Cortes
365 Oregon Interfaith Movement for Immigrant Justice Robert Brown
366 Organizing Apprenticeship Project Salvador Miranda
367 Our Lady of Victory Missionary Sisters Sr. Ginger Downey
368 Out4Immigration Erik Schnabel
369 Pacific Islander Community Partnership Manufou Liaiga Anoa\’i
370 Pacific Northwest Immigration Task Force Lyda Pierce
371 Painters Local 193 Louis Partain
372 Pangea Legal Services Nilou Khonsari
373 PARENTS AND YOUTH IN ACTION CHAPTER OF ADAC Rosa Maria Soto
374 Pasadena Latino Forum Yuny Parada
375 Pax Christi Florida Nancy O’Byrne
376 Pax Christi Long Island Agnes Kelly
377 PCUN Ramon Ramirez
378 Peace Action Judith Le Blanc
379 Peace and Justice Committee david folkes
380 Pennsylvania Immigration & Citizenship Coalition Natasha Kelemen
381 Peoples’ Action for Rights and Community Verbena Lea
382 Pesticide Action Network Devika Ghai
383 Phoenix SURJ Leah Carnine
384 Phoenix Ventures Janna Piper
385 PICO National Network Kristee Paschall
386 Pine Street Church Mary Beth Mankin
387 Political Asylum Immigration Representation Project Sarah Ignatius
388 Portland Central America Solidarity Committee Natha Hurwitz
389 Portland Immigrant Rights Coalition Marcos Mejia
390 POWER Donaji Lona
391 Pre-Health Dreamers Jirayut Latthivongskorn
392 Presentation Sisters, Aberdeen, SD Sister Kathleen Bierne, pbvm
393 Presente.org Arturo Carmona
394 Progressive Democrats of America – Arizona Dan O’Neal
395 Progressive Democrats of America (PDA) Conor Boylan
396 Project Hope – Proyecto Esperanza Sister Ellen Lamberjack
397 Project IRENE Rose Mary Meyer, BVM
398 Project South Emery Wright
399 Providence Youth Student Movement Chanravy Proeung
400 Public Science Project Caitlin Cahill
401 Pueblo Sin Fronteras Roberto Corona
402 Puente Human Rights Movement Carlos Garcia
403 Rachel B. Scarlata Realty Rachel Scarlata
404 Racial & Ethnic Concerns Group / UU Congregation of Atlanta Barbaras Burnham
405 Racial Justice Action Center Xochitl Bervera
406 Radical Women Anne Slater
407 Reformed Church of Highland Park, NJ Jean Stockdale
408 Religious Sisters of Charity Sr. Kathleen Bryant
409 Renaissance Club Merna Zimmerman
410 River Road UU Congregation, Latin America Taskforce Network Donald Chery
411 Rockford DREAM Action Sara Briseno
412 Rocky Mountain Foco of the National Association for Chicana/o Studies Cordelia Candelaria
413 Rogue Valley Interfaith Immigration Coalition Rosalie Caffrey
414 Rooted in Community Gerardo Marin
415 Rural Advancement Fund Georgia Good
416 Rural Coalition Laura Valdes
417 Rural Coalition/Coalición Rural Lorette Picciano
418 SAFE-Stdent Alliance For Education Gabriel Magallanes
419 SAJE (Strategic Actions for a Just Economy) Paulina Gonzalez
420 Salvadoran American National Network (SANN) Yanira Arias
421 San Benito County (CA) Democratic Central Committee Gregory Rivera
422 San Bernardino Community Service Center, Inc. Emilio Amaya
423 San Diego County Coalition for Education Alberto Ochoa
424 San Diego DREAM Team Karina Valdivia
425 San Francisco Day Labor Program and Women’s Collective Emiliano Bourgois-Chacon
426 School of the Americas Watch Maria Bard
427 School of the Americas Watch (SOA Watch) Hendrik Voss
428 Seed House – Casa de la Semilla Emira Palacios
429 SEIU Healthcare 775NW Adam Glickman
430 SEIU Local 1021 Lily Leung
431 SEIU1000 Keri Kline
432 Services, Immigrant Rights and Education Network Jazmin Segura
433 Servicio Particular Alacran de Aztlan francisco mendez
434 Share Foudation Jose Artiga
435 SHARE Foundation Blanca Vazquez
436 Sisters of Christian Charity Margaritis Kullowitch
437 Sisters of Mercy of the Americas Ryan Murphy
438 Sisters of Mercy South Central Community Sister Rose Marie Tresp
439 Sisters of Mercy West Midwest Community Karen Donahue
440 Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia Sr. Esther Anderson
441 Sisters of St. Francis of Tiffin, Ohio Jacquelyn Doepker
442 Sisters of St. Francis, Sylvania, OH Sister Mary Jon Wagner
443 Sisters of ST. Joseph of Rochester Phyllis Tierney
444 Sisters of St. Joseph of Springfield Massachusetts Denise Granger, SSJ
445 Sisters of the Divine Compassion M. Doretta Cornell
446 Sisters, Home Visitors of Mary Rosemarie abate
447 Skagit Immigrant Rights Council Jim Justice
448 Social Justice Committee, Manatee Unitarian Universalist Fellows Bernita Franzel
449 Social Justice Guild of the First Existentialist Congregation of Lorraine Fontana
450 Solidarity Dianne Feeley
451 Somos America/We Are America Coalition Daniel Rodriguez
452 Somos Tuskaloosa Ana Vazquez
453 SONG / Southerners On New Ground Paulina Helm-Hernandez
454 SOPHIA Malcolm Bertsch
455 South Central Iowa Federation of Labor AFL-CIO Mark Cooper
456 South Texas Civil Rights Project Joseph Martin
457 Southeast Immigrant Rights Network Mónica Hernández
458 Southside Worker Center, Tucson, AZ Raúl Alcaraz Ochoa
459 Spanish Community of Wallingford Maria Harlow
460 St Cyprian Justice and peace Ministry John Pulvino
461 St Joseph Vally Project – Jobs with Justice Joseph Carbone
462 St. Gabriel Peace and Justice Committee Jean Mont-Eton
463 Stop The Checkpoints Lois Danks
464 Street Level Health Project Gabriela Galicia
465 Student Farmworker Alliance Lis-Marie Alvarado
466 Student Immigrant Movement Conrado Santos
467 Students of Los Angeles Gerardo Montano
468 Students United for Immigrant Equality Sarah Nemeroff
469 Students Working For Equal Rights Saul Aleman
470 Studio Revolt Anida Ali
471 Tampa Moveon.org Christopher Radulich
472 Taylor Lee & Associates Aaron Ortiz-Santos
473 Team Awesome Arizona Adriana Garcia
474 Tennessee Immigrant & Refugee Rights Coalition Stephan Fotopulos
475 Texas Organizing Project Sonia Macias
476 The Advocates for Human Rights Michele McKenzie
477 the Ave Project David Richard
478 The Episcopal Network for Economic Justice Dianne Aid
479 The Family Place Kirsten Wittkowski
480 The Farmworkers Association of Florida, Inc. Isidoro Quezada
481 the Harry Potter Alliance Paul DeGeorge
482 The Immigration Task force of the United Methodist Church, California Rev. David Farley
483 The Jasmar Group Val Jacobo
484 The National Latino Voter Progressive Party MsEuseba E Aquino-Hughes
485 The Ruckus Society Diana Pei Wu
486 the space steven linn
487 The WAY Katelyn Chapman
488 Tim Paynter Attorney At Law Tim Paynter
489 Tri-City Democrats, Richland, WA Ralph Crowl
490 Tucson Samaritans Maria Ochoa
491 UCC Barbara Hughes
492 UCSB IDEAS Marvin Girón
493 UIC Students Against Sweatshops Martin Macias, Jr
494 Undocumented Illinois Jocelyn Munguya
495 Undocumented Students and Allies at IIT Maria Gonzalez
496 Unidad Latina en Acción John Lugo
497 Unidad Latina en Acción NJ Ana Pazminino
498 Union de Vecinos Leonardo Vilchis
499 Union Salvadorena Estudiantes Universitarios Genesy Hernandez
500 Unitarian Universalist Association Susan Leslie
501 Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Gwinnett JoAnn Weiss
502 Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Tuscaloosa Fred L. Hammond
503 Unitarian Universalist Legislative Ministry, California Lindi Ramsden
504 Unitarian Universalist Service Committee Shelley Moskowitz
505 Unitarian Universalists of Southern Deleware Kristine Acker
506 United Action Connecticut John S. Volpini
507 United Community Center of Westchester Jackeline Agudelo
508 United Methodist Church, General Board of Church and Society Bill Mefford
509 United Steelworkers Local 675 David Campbell
510 United Students Against Sweatshops Coordinating Committee
511 United We Dream Lorella Praeli
512 United Workers Congress Kimi Lee
513 Unitierra en Puebla Universidad de la Tierra en Puebla
514 UNITY Michael Leon Guerrero
515 Universidad Popular Nicolas Gonzalez
516 University of Chicago Coalition for Immigrant Rights Lynda Lopez
517 USW Local 3657 Civil Rights Comte. Guillermo Perez
518 UU Mass Action Jesse Jaeger
519 UURISE: Unitarian Universalist Refugee and Immigrant Services Daniel Stracka
520 Vermont Immigration and Asylum Advocates Michele Jenness
521 Vermont Workers Center Chris Schroth
522 Viatorians Michael Gosch
523 Violence Intervention Program Cecilia Gastón
524 Virginia Coalition of Latino Organizations (VACOLAO) Edgar Aranda-Yanoc
525 Viva Farms Sarita Schaffer
526 Voces de la Comunidad Destry Sibley
527 Voces de la Frontera Christine Neumann-Ortiz
528 VOZ Workers Rights Education Project Romeo Sosa
529 WA State UU Voices for Justice Carol McKinley
530 Washington DREAM Act Coalition Carlos Padilla
531 Washington New Sanctuary Movement Roberta Ray
532 WeCount! Jonathan Fried
533 Welcome Everybody America Carbajal
534 West Suburban Action Project (PASO) Yesenia Sanchez
535 Westchester Hispanic Coalition Graciela Heymann
536 WHARTON COUNTY 4/JUSTICE LORETTA ROMO
537 William C. Velazquez Institute Antonio Gonzalez
538 Wind of the Spirit, NJ Ilana Rossoff
539 Workers Defense Project Sabina Hinz-Foley
540 Workers Interfaith Network Alfredo Pena
541 http://www.WeAreOne.cc Joseph Kohn MD
542 Yakima County Dream Team Eduardo Lara
543 Young Democratic Socialists of William Paterson University of Ne Daniel Santiago
544 Youth Organizing for Unity Maurice de Segovia

Source:  http://www.notonemoredeportation.com/take-action/organizational-letter-to-the-president-suspend-deportations/

Detention Watch Network Buddies

National Organizations

ACLU Immigrants’ Rights Project

ACLU National Prison Project

Alianza Americas

American Friends Service Committee

American Immigration Council

American Immigration Lawyers Association

Americans for Immigrant Justice

Catholic Legal Immigration Network

Center for Constitutional Rights

Community Initiatives for Visiting Immigrants in Confinement

Community to Community Development

Friends Committee on National Legislation

Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society

Human Rights First

Immigrant Defense Project

Immigration Equality

Immigrant Legal Resource Center

Interfaith Coalition on Immigration

Justice Strategies

Just Detention International

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service

National Immigrant Justice Center

National Immigration Law Center

National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild

National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health

National Religious Campaign Against Torture

Sisters of Mercy of the Americas

Southeast Asia Resource Action Center

Torture Abolition and Survivor Support Coalition International

United Methodist Women

Women’s Refugee Commission

State and Local Organizations

Alabama

Southern Poverty Law Center, Immigrant Justice Project

Arizona

ACLU of Arizona

Corazon de Tucson

Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project

Law Offices of Brelje and Associates, P.C.

Restoration Project at Casa Mariposa

Southwest Institute for Research on Women

California

Immigrant Legal Resource Center

Public Counsel

Stanford Law, Immigrants’ Rights Clinic

Colorado

Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network

Florida

Florida Immigrant Coalition, Inc.

University of Miami School of Law Immigration Project

Georgia

El Refugio Ministry

Georgia Detention Watch

Illinois

Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

Maria Baldini-Potermin & Associates, P.C.

Scott D. Pollock & Associates, P.C.

Maine

Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project

Political Asylum/Immigration Representation Project

Maryland

Benedictine Sisters of Baltimore

Massachusetts

Political Asylum/Immigration Representation Project

Minnesota

Conversations with Friends

New Jersey

First Friends of New York and New Jersey

New York

African Services Committee

Cornell Law School, Immigration Appellate Law Clinic

Families for Freedom

New Sanctuary Coalition of NY

Queer Detainee Empowerment Project

Texas

American Gateways

Grassroots Leadership

Ponce Law Firm, P.C.

Texans United For Families

Washington

La Colectiva Legal del Pueblo

Northwest Immigrant Rights Project

Washington Defender Association Immigration Project

Source:  https://www.detentionwatchnetwork.org/about/membership-directory

Dignity Campaign Buddies

AFSC Central Valley Project, CA

Asocaicion de Jornaleros de San Diego, San Diego, CA

Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship, Bellingham WA

Benton Co. Democratic Central Committee, WA

California Fair Trade Campaign

California Healthy Communities Network

Catholic Order of Premontre, national

Catholic Committee of the South, Jackson, MS

CISPES

Coalicion de Derechos Humanos, Tucson, AZ

Community2Community, Bellingham, WA

Community Homeless Alliance Ministry, San Jose, CA

Dominican Development Center, Jamaica Plain, MA

East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy, Oakland

El Organizador

Filipino Advocates for Justice, Oakland, CA

Frente Indigena de Organizaciones Binacionales, U.S./Mexico

Frente Unido de Inmigrantes, Chicago, Il

Fuerza Mundial/FM Global

Global Exchange

Institute of Popular Education of Southern California, Los Angeles

Int’l Longshore and Warehouse Union Local 6
Kentucky Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights – KY

KY May Day Coalition – KY

La Raza Centro Legal, San Francisco, CA

Laborers Union, Local 270, San Jose, CA

Labor Council for Latin American Advancement, San Francisco, CA, national

MAIZ, San Jose, CA

May 1 Coalition, New York, NY

Mississippi Immigrants Rights Alliance, Jackson, MS

Mujeres Unidas y Activas, San Francisco/Oakland, CA

National Immigration Project, National Lawyers Guild
Oficina del Inmigrante Solidaridad e Información – OISI – KY

Pilipino Workers Center of Southern California

Power in Community Alliances, Bangor, ME

Priority Africa Network, Oakland, CA

Progressive Immigration Compact of Kentucky

Pueblo Unido por la Dignidad, Seattle, WA

Radical Women, Seattle, WA

San Francisco Day Labor Program, San Francisco, CA

San Francisco Labor Council, San Francisco, CA

San Francisco Living Wage Coalition, San Francisco, CA

South Asian Network, Los Angeles, CA

South Bay Labor Council, San Jose, CA

St. John’s Presbyterian Church, Berkeley, CA

Stop the Checkpoints, WA

Temple Hashem

Union de Vecinos, Los Angeles, CA

United Food and Commercial Worker Local 5, San Jose CA

Voluntarios de la Comunidad, San Jose, CA

Whatcom County Democratic Women’s Club, WA

Young Organizaers Collective, Houston, TX

Source:  http://redwoodcurtaincopwatch.net/book/export/html/641

And now for guys helping sanctuary cities:

More Anti-Deportation Groups

9to5, National Association of Working Women
The Advocates for Human Rights
African Awareness Association
Agora, St. Paul, MN
Alianza Americas
Alianza de Organizaciones Guatenaltecas ADOGUAH
Alliance For Global Justice
Alliance of AIDS Services – Carolina
Alliance San Diego
America’s Voice
American Civil Liberties Union
American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)
American Immigration Council
American Immigration Lawyers Association
American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC)
Americans for Immigrant Justice
ARISE
Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Los Angeles
Asian Americans Advancing Justice – AAJC
Asian Pacific Institute on Gender-Based Violence
Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD)
Austin Jewish Voice for Peace
Bellevue/NYU Program for Survivors of Torture
Berkeley Palma Siruani Sister City Association
Border Action Network
Border Network for Human Rights
Campaign for Community Change and Fair Immigration Reform Movement
Capital Area Immigrants’ Rights (CAIR) Coalition
CARECEN DC
CARECEN Los Angeles
Casa de Esperanza
Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis
Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC)
Center for Women Policy Studies
Centro Savila
Chicago Religious Leadership Network on Latin America
Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) Refugee and Immigration Ministries
Church of the Brethren
Church World Service
Coalition de Detechos Humanos
Cobb Immigrant Alliance
Cocies
Colectiva Legal del Pueblo
Colibri Center for Human Rights
Columban Center for Advocacy and Outreach
Community Initiatives for Visiting Immigrants in Confinement (CIVIC)
Conversations With Friends – Minnesota’s program visiting people detained by ICE
Crisis Intervention Services
Dolores Street Community Services
DomesticSexual Assualt Outreach Center
Dominican Development Center, Inc
Durango Unido en Chicago
El CENTRO de Igualdad y Derechos
El Centro Hispano
FaithAction International House
Familia: Trans Queer Liberation Movement
Farmworker Justice
Fighting for Equal Education
First Focus
Florida Coastal School of Law Clinical Programs
Focus on Humanity
Friends of Broward Detainees
Friendship Office of the Americas
Frontera de Cristo
Futures Without Violence
Georgia Detention Watch
Grassroots Leadership
HIAS
Hispanic Health Network
Human Rights First
Human Rights Observation/Honduras
Humane Borders
Ignatian Solidarity Network
Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
Immigrant Justice Corps
Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota
Immigration Taskforce, Southwestern Pennsylvania Synod, Evangelical Lutheran Church in
America
Institute for Policy Studies, New Internationalism Project
International Rescue Committee
Iowa Coalition Against Sexual Assault
IowaCASA
ISAIAH
Jesuit Refugee Service/USA
Jewish Community Action
Just Foreign Policy
Justice For Our Neighbors-Nebraska
Justice Strategies
Kids in Need of Defense (KIND)
Kino Border Initiative
La Hermandad Hank Lacayo Youth & Family Center
La Union del Pueblo Entero
La Voz de los de Abajo Chicago
Latin America Working Group Education Fund (LAWGEF)
Latin American Coalition
Latin American Youth Center/Maryland Multicultural Youth Centers
Latino Commission on AIDS
Latinos in the Deep South
Leadership Conference of Women Religious
Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights
League of United Latin American Citizens
Legal Momentum
Legal Services for Children
Louisiana AIDS Advocacy Network
Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service
Mennonite Central Committee U.S. Washington Office
MIRA Coalitions
National Center for Lesbian Rights
National Council of Jewish Women
National Guestworker Alliance
National Immigrant Justice Center
National Immigration Law Center
National Justice for Our Neighbors
National Korean American Service & Education Consortium
National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health
National Organization for Women
Navigate MN
The Needham Area Immigration Justice Task Force
New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice
NYU Center for Health and Human Rights
Nicaragua Center For Community Action
Nicaragua Network
Nisaa African Family Services
Not 1 More Coalition GA
OneAmerica
Orange County Immigrant Youth United
Pax Christi USA
Presbyterian Church (U.S.A)
Primera Iglesia Bautista Hispana de Savannah, INC.
Public Counsel
Red Mexicana de Lideres y Organizaciones Migrantes
Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES)
Rights Action
Rochester Committee on Latin America (ROCLA)
Safe Passage Project
Salvadoran American National Network (SANN)
San Diego Immigrant Rights Consortium
San Francisco School of the Americas Watch
San Solano Missions
Sanctuary for Families
Savannah Latina
Save the Children
SF Bay Area Guatemalan Committee
Sisters of Mercy, Institute Justice Team
Sojourners
Southeast Asian Coalition
Southern Border Communities Coalition
St. Cyril of Alexandria Parish
St. Paul’s Lutheran Church
Stop The Checkpoints
SustainUS
Task Force on the Americas
Teatro de la Séptima Generación/Seventh Generation Theatre
Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition
TODEC LEGAL CENTER
Transformative Healing
U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants
U.S.-El Salvador Sister Cities
Unitarian Universalist Service Committee
United We Dream
UU College of Social Justice
Washtenaw Interfaith Coalition for Immigrant Rights
We Belong Together
Women’s Refugee Commission
Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights at the University of Chicago

Source:  http://www.aila.org/advo-media/aila-correspondence/2015/sign-on-letter-opposing-dhs-nationwide-raids

Sanctuary Movement Buddies

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Sanctuary Campuses

Wesleyan University

Source:  http://www.courant.com/education/hc-college–trump-sanctuary-1123-20161122-story.html

University of Pennsylvania

University of California

New York University

Source:  http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2016/12/sanctuary-campus-college-dreamers-deportation

University of Maryland

Source:  http://dailycaller.com/2017/01/25/university-wants-to-be-sanctuary-campus-for-illegals/

Portland State University

Source:  https://www.pdx.edu/insidepsu/portland-state-is-a-sanctuary-university

Columbia University

Oregon State University

Reed College

Source:  http://remezcla.com/lists/culture/sanctuary-campus-daca/

Pitzer College

Source:  http://tsl.news/news/6366/

Santa Fe Community College

Source:  https://www.insidehighered.com/quicktakes/2016/12/05/santa-fe-community-college-becomes-sanctuary-campus

Connecticut College

Source:  http://www.theday.com/article/20161202/NWS01/161209854

Drake University

Source:  http://cbs2iowa.com/news/local/drake-university-president-declares-institution-a-sanctuary-campus

Swarthmore College

Source:  http://www.philly.com/philly/education/20161204_Swarthmore_College_declares_itself_a_sanctuary_campus.html

 

Boston New Sanctuary Movement Buddies

Members

Arlington Street Church, Boston*
Church of the Covenant, Boston*
Community Church of Boston*
First Church in Cambridge, Congregational, UCC*
First Congregational Church of Somerville, United Church of Christ*
First Parish in Brookline, Unitarian Universalist*
First Parish in Cambridge, Unitarian Universalist*
First Parish in Needham, Unitarian Universalist
Follen Community Church, Social Action Committee*
Massachusetts Interfaith Committee for Worker Justice*
Old Cambridge Baptist Church*
Paulist Center, Boston*
Unitarian Universalist Church of Medford*
Unitarian Universalist Association*
First Parish Brewster*
Unitarian Church of Sharon*

Source:  http://www.bostonnewsanctuary.org/about/members/

Partners

Brazilian Immigrant Center
Centro Presente
The Chelsea Collaborative
Jobs With Justice
Massachusetts Coalition for Occupational Safety and Health
Massachusetts Interfaith Worker Justice
Matahari: Eye of the Day
Student Immigrant Movement

Source:  http://www.bostonnewsanctuary.org/about/partners/

New Sanctuary Movement of Philadelphia Buddies

Arch Street United Methodist Church
Calvary United Methodist Church
Central Baptist Church of Wayne
Centro Cristiano de la Roca
Eglise Evangelique Haitienne
Faith Emmanuel Church
Germantown Mennonite Church
Holy Innocents Church
Mishkan Shalom Synagogue
The Philadelphia Praise Center
Tabernacle United Church
Tikkun Olam Chavurach
St. Joan of Arc Parrish
St. Vincent de Paul R.C. Church
UUPLAN (Unitarian Universalist Pennsylvania Legislative Action Network)
West Kensington Ministry
Visitation BVM Church

Source:  http://www.sanctuaryphiladelphia.org/index.php/about-us/congregations

Foundation Buddies

Samuel S Fels Fund
Patricia Kind Family Foundation
The Alfred and Mary Douty Foundation
Allen Hilles Fund
The Philadelphia Foundation
Bread and Roses Community Fund
Union Benevolent Association

Source:  http://sanctuaryphiladelphia.org/who-we-are-new-sanctuary/how-were-funded/

 New Sanctuary Coalition of New York City Buddies

Saint Peter’s Church

http://saintpeters.org/

African Services Committee

http://www.africanservices.org/

The Legal Aid Society

http://www.legal-aid.org/en/home.aspx

Immigration Defense Project

http://www.immdefense.org/

The Bronx Defenders

http://www.bronxdefenders.org/

NYU Immigrant Rights Clinic

http://www.law.nyu.edu/academics/clinics/Year/immigrantrights/

Catholic Charities

http://catholiccharitiesny.org/

Sanctuary for Families

https://www.sanctuaryforfamilies.org/

Detention Watch Network

http://www.detentionwatchnetwork.org/

The New York Immigration Coalition

http://thenyic.org/ 

Source:  http://www.newsanctuarynyc.org/allies-resources/http://www.newsanctuarynyc.org/allies-resources/

Oregon New Sanctuary Coalition Buddies

18th Avenue Peace House

Ainsworth United Church of Christ

Augustana Lutheran Church

Bridgeport United Church of Christ

Cedar Hills United Church of Christ

Central Pacific Conference of the United Church of Christ

Clackamas United Church of Christ

First Baptist Church

First Unitarian Church

Havurah Shalom

Jewish Voice for Peace-Portland

Journey-Koinonia Catholic Community

Kairos-Milwaukie United Church of Christ

Lake Oswego United Church of Christ

P’nai Or of Portland

Southeast Mission Center of the Sisters of the Holy Names

St. Luke Lutheran Church

St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church

St. Peter & St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

St. Philip Neri Parish

St. Pius X Catholic Church

Source:  http://www.oregonsanctuary.org/

Metro Denver Sanctuary Coalition Buddies

First Unitarian Society of Denver

The American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)

Mountain View Friends Meeting

Boulder Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

First Universalist Church of Denver

Unitarian Universalist Church of Boulder

Jefferson Unitarian Church

Columbine Unitarian Universalist Church

Source:  http://www.metrodenversanctuary.org/about_us

Milwaukee New Sanctuary Movement Buddies

Source:  http://newsanctuarymke.org/en/allies/

More Churches Helping the “New Sanctuary Movement”

Unitarian Universalist

Alabama

  • UU Congregation of Tuscaloosa, Northport

Arizona

  • Granite Peak UU Congregation, Prescott
  • Mountain Vista UU, Tucson
  • UU Congregation of Phoenix, Paradise Valley
  • UU Congregation of Green Valley, Amado
  • Valley UU Congregation, Chandler

California

  • Emerson UU Church, Canoga Park
  • UU Church of Long Beach
  • First Unitarian Church of Los Angeles
  • Conejo Valley UU Fellowship,Thousand Oaks

Colorado

  • Boulder Valley UU Fellowship, Lafayette
  • First Unitarian Society of Denver
  • UU Congregation of Boulder

Connecticut

  • UU Congregation of Danbury

Florida

  • UU Congregation of Mami

Kansas

  • Unitarian Fellowship of Lawrence
  • Shawnee Mission UU Church, Overland Park

Massachusetts

  • First Parish UU, Bedford
  • Arlington Street Church, Boston
  • Community Church of Boston
  • First Parish in Brookline
  • First Parish Cambridge UU
  • First Church in Jamaica Plain UU
  • UU Church of Medford

Maine

  • First Parish UU, Portland

Nevada

  • UU Fellowship of Northern Nevada, Reno

New Jersey

  • Unitarian Church of Montclair

New Mexico

  • UU Fellowship of Silver City
  • UU Church of Las Cruces

New York

  • The Community Church of New York

Ohio

  • UU Church of Akron

Oregon

  • First Unitarian Church of Portland

Pennsylvania

  • Main Line Unitarian Church, Devon

South Carolina

  • UU Congregation of the Lowcountry, Bluffton

Tennessee

  • Holston Valley UU Church, Johnson City

Texas

  • First UU Church of Austin

Utah

  • First Unitarian Church, Salt Lake City

Washington

  • Cascade UU Fellowship, East Wenatchee
  • Northlake UU Church, Kirkland
  • All Souls UU Fellowship, Olympia

Organizations

Source:  http://www.uua.org/immigration/witness/partners/new-sanctuary-congs

California Sanctuary Coalition

Bay Area Sanctuary Congregations:

Primera Iglesia Presbiteriana Hispana, Oakland

University Lutheran Chapel, Berkeley

St. Johns Presbyterian Church, Berkeley

First Congregational Church of Berkeley

Kehilla Community Synagogue, Piedmont

Oakland Catholic Worker, Oakland

St. John of God, San Francisco

St. Agnes Church, San Francisco

First Congregational Church of Palo Alto

Episcopal Diocese of California

Shomeret Shalom Global Congregation

Mt. Diablo Unitarian Universalist Church

 

Religious Organizations part of the Sanctuary Movement:

Bay Area

FAME/EBASE

East Bay Interfaith Immigration Coalition

East Bay Sanctuary Covenant

Southbay Sanctuary Covenant

 

Claremont Area

Claremont United Methodist Church

Claremont United Church of Christ Congregational

Source:  http://www.im4humanintegrity.org/sanctuary-map-northern-california/

Omaha Guys Offering Sanctuary for Illegals

Grace United Methodist Church, 2418 E Street, Omaha, NE 68107

Omaha Area Sanctuary Network

Source:  http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:http://www.firstcentral.org/proposed-network-sanctuary-churches-omaha-area/&oq=cache:http://www.firstcentral.org/proposed-network-sanctuary-churches-omaha-area/&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS715US715&ie=UTF-8&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i58.2399j0j7&sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&bav=on.2,or.r_cp.&bvm=bv.151325232,d.amc&biw=994&bih=428&dpr=1.38&ech=1&psi=HAbfWImrEKW2jwSxn6-YDw.1491011101671.3&ei=HAbfWImrEKW2jwSxn6-YDw&emsg=NCSR&noj=1

Austin Guys Offering Sanctuary for Illegals

Pastor Jim Rigby, at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Austin

Pastor Laura Walter, Presbyterian,  Bee Cave

Austin Sanctuary Network

Source:  http://abc13.com/1819660/

First Unitarian Universalist Church, 4700 Grover, Austin,

Source:  http://www.austinchronicle.com/calendar/civics-101/austin-sanctuary-network-benefit-1952132/

Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity Buddies

ACLU of San Diego

ACLU of Southern California

Adonai Community Church, Lake Elsinore

All Saints Episcopal Church, Pasadena

All Soul’s Episcopal Church and Preschool

Alliance San Diego

Arlington United Church of Christ, Kensington

Arlington United Methodist Church, Riverside

Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Los Angeles

Beacon Fellowship

Bend the Arc

Berkeley Methodist United

Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Perris

Bethel Congregational Church United Church of Christ, Ontario

Black Alliance for Just Immigration

Buena Vista United Methodist Church

California Council of Churches

California Domestic Workers Coalition

California Health 4 All Coalition

California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance

California Immigration Policy Center

Causa Justa :: Just Cause

Centro Cristiano Roca de Refugio, Perris

Centro del Inmigrante in Riverside

Centro Romero Border Ministries, San Ysidro, CA and Tijuana, BC

Chinese Community United Methodist Church

Christ the King Catholic Church, Pleasant Hill

Christ the Lord Episcopal Church, Pinole

Church of the Good Shepherd, Berkeley

Claremont Congregational United Church of Christ

Claremont School of Theology

Claremont United Methodist Church

Comite Civico Del Valle, Inc.

Concord United Methodist Church

Congregation B’nai Tikvah,

Council of Mexican Federations

County of Los Angeles Human Relations Commission

Covenant Church-Spanish, Riverside

Day Worker Center of Mountain View

Day Workers Center of Pomona

Del Centro Legal Center TODEC, Perris

Drug Policy Alliance

East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy

East Los Angeles Community Corporation

Educational Opportunity Program, University of California, Berkeley

El Buen Pastor, Redwood City

Faith Alliance for a Moral Economy

Fellowship Church of Monrovia

Filipino Migrant Center

First Congregational Church of Berkeley

First Congregational Church United Church of Christ, Perris

First Presbyterian Church, Oakland

First Unitarian Church of Oakland

First United Methodist Church of Alameda

First United Methodist Church of Ontario

Glide Memorial Church, San Francisco

Greater Richmond Interfaith Project

Hearts Leap North Preschool

Hebrew Union College, Los Angles

Hispanics in Philanthropy

Holman United Methodist Church, Los Angeles

Holy Names University Social Justice Forum

Iglesia Fuente de Vida, Perris

Iglesia Pestecostal Eben-Ezer, Perris

Iglesia Presbiteriana Hispana High Street, Oakland

Iglesia Rios de Agua Viva, Rialto

Innerchange Order

Interfaith Center for Worker Justice, San Diego

International Longshoreman’s Union

Intersections International, New York, NY

Jewish Community Relations Council

Justice for Immigrants Campaign-Roman Catholic Diocese of San Bernardino

Justice for Immigrants Coalition of Southern California

Justice Not Jails

Kehilla Community Synagogue

Kensington Unitarian

Khmer Girls in Action

Korean Resource Center

Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance

Lafayette United Methodist Church

Latino Roundtable of Pomona and San Gabriel Valleys

Latino Youth Retreat of the Methodist Western Jurisdiction

Latino/a Roundtable of Pomona and San Gabriel Valley

Los Angeles Filipino American United Church of Christ

Lutheran Office of Public Policy, Sacramento

Mariachi International of Mexico

Martin Luther King March, San Francisco

Mills College

Ministerios Cristianos Rey Jesus, San Bernardino

Mixteco/Indigena Community Organizing Project

Mobilize the Immigrant Vote

Montclair Presbyterian Church, Oakland

Mt. Diablo Unitarian Universalist (Walnut Creek)

NAACP of Pomona

National Convocation of Jail Ministry Chaplains

New Hope Covenant Church

Newman Center at University of California, Riverside

Northern California-Nevada Conference of the United Church of Christ

Notre Dame de Namur University

Oakland Catholic Worker

Office of Hispanic Affairs- Diocese of San Bernardino

Orange County Congregation Community Organization

Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church, Chino

Our Lady of Hope Catholic Church, San Bernardino

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church, Rancho Cucamonga

Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, Riverside

Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley

PICO California

Pine United Methodist Church

Plymouth United Church of Christ, Oakland

Pomona Economic Opportunity Center

Presbyterian USA Mission and Justice Committee

Rialto United Methodist Church

Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Rancho Cucamonga

Sacred Heart Sisters

Saint Vincent Ferrer Catholic Church, Sun City

Salvadoran Consulate

San Bernardino Diocese of the Roman Catholic Church

San Francisco Bay Area office of the Council on American-Islamic Relations

San Francisco State Intervarsity Christian Fellowship

Santa Rosa – VIDA

Second African Methodist Episcopal Church, Los Angeles

SHARE Foundation

Sisters of Holy Name of Jesus and Mary

Skyline United Church of Christ

Southern California-Nevada Conference of the United Church of Christ

Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Los Angeles

St John’s Presbyterian Church, Berkeley

St, Paul’s Episcopal Church, Oakland

St. John’s Presbyterian Church, Oakland

St. John’s Episcopal Church, San Bernardino

St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church, Chino

Source:  http://www.im4humanintegrity.org/about/alliances-and-partners/

Sanctuary Cities

Alaska

Anchorage, AK  (6/13/07 Congressional Research Service) (7-29-10 The Municipality of Anchorage disputes the listing. See notes at bottom of page for details.)

* (The city of Fairbanks has been removed from the Sanctuary Cities list due to the city council’s passage of a resolution supporting a formal recognition of its cooperation with the Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency.  The city of Fairbanks had previously been listed due its designation as a sanctuary city by the Congressional Research Service.  OJJPAC thanks the City of Fairbanks for taking positive steps to clarify its compliance with federal law. Fairbanks enforcement statistics will be monitored for compliance.

Arizona

Chandler, AZ               (Added 5/30/07, Congressional Research Service Report, 2006. The city disputes its listing. )

Mesa, AZ                    (Added 10-18-09, Sources: Judicial Watch; East Valley Tribune article,1-4-2008)*

Phoenix, AZ

South Tucson, AZ        (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Tucson, A Z                (Added 11-12-07, Source: 11-11-07 story by Brady McCombs, Arizona Daily Star. See note below.)

California

Alameda Co., CA          (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Bell Gardens, CA

Berkley, CA                    (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report which points to Berkley’s General Order J-1)

City of Industry, CA

City of Commerce, CA

Coachella, CA               (Added 7-23-12, Source: La Voz de Aztlan. Passed in 2006 and existence supported by quotes in city’s 9-12-07 council meeting minutes.)

Contra Costa Co., CA    (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Cypress, CA

Davis CA

Downey, CA

Fresno, CA                    (6/13/07 Congressional Research Service.  City disputes its listing claiming CRS could not provide source of its research. )

Greenfield, CA            (Added 7-23-12, Source: Battle at the ballot box in Greenfield, Monterey County, The Herald, 6-1-12)

Los Angeles, CA           (Sources:  Congressional Research Service; 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

LA County, CA                  (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Long Beach, CA

Lynwood, CA

Maywood, CA

Montebello, CA

Monterey Co., CA            (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Napa Co., CA                   (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

National City, CA

Norwalk, CA

Oakland, CA                     (Added 8-27-07. Source: 4/25/07 story by KCBS 740 AM. Link here.)

Orange Co., CA                (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Paramount, CA

Pico Rivera, CA

Richmond, CA                   (Added 11-5-09. Sources:  Mayor Gayle McLaughlin’s campaign website from 2004, 2006)

Riverside Co., CA            (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Sacramento Co.                 (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

So. Gate, CA

San Bernardino, CA           (Added 6/7/07, reader submitted /  9/5/08 Listing disputed by the city administration* See addl.notes)

San Bernardino Co., CA    (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

San Diego, CA                  Sources: Congressional Research Service; SDPD chief endorses constoversial immigration bill, Fox-TV 5, 9-2-13

San Diego Co., CA            (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

San Mateo Co., CA            (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Santa Clara County, CA      (Added 11-29-10, source:  Forced into Immigration Enforcement, A County Considers Plan B, 10-21-10, Huffington Post.; 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Santa Cruz, CA                  (Added 5/30/07, documented by KSBW news)

Santa Cruz Co., CA         (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

San Francisco, CA         (Congressional Research Service)

San Francisco Co.          (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

San Jose, CA                 (6/13/07 Congressional Research Service)

Santa Maria, CA            (11-18-08 Submitted research from local activist/ Listing disputed by the city administration)

Sonoma County, CA      (Source: Congressional Research Service; 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Vernon, CA

Watsonville, CA             (Added 5/30/07, documented by KSBW news)

Wilmington, CA

Colorado

All 64 Counties in CO   (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Aurora, CO

Commerce City, CO

Denver, CO                     (Source: Congressional Research Service)

Durango, CO                   (6/13/07 Congressional Research Service)

Federal Heights, CO

Fort Collins, CO

Lafayette, CO                 (Added 6/3/07, documented by reader)

Thornton, CO                  (City disputes its listing.  However, the city did not forward a copy of its policy regarding illegal aliens)

Westminster, CO

Connecticut

Hartford, CT                     (Added 5/4/10.  Sources: [Ordinance passed in 2008]; NEWS 21 Blog, by Amy Crawford, Hartford, CT; 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

New Haven, CT                (Added 6/4/07.  Source: TV News 8: City council votes 25-1 to issue ID cards to illegal aliens)

Florida

Broward Co., FL               (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

DeLeon Springs, FL

Deltona, FL

Herando Co.                     (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Hillsborough Co., FL          (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Jupiter, FL                          (Added 4-13-09. Previously on watch list.)

Lake Worth, FL                  (Added 4-13-09.)

Miami, FL

Miami-Dade Co., FL           (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Palm Beach Co., FL            (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Pasco Co., FL                    (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Pinellas Co., FL                   (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Georgia

Dalton, GA        (Added 5/30/07. 6/18/07 Listing disputed by the City of Dalton, GA. City’s written policy requested, not received as of 1-28-12. )

Illinois

Champaign Co., IL        (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report.  Will not honor ICE detainer.)

Chicago, IL                    (Sources: Congressional Research Service; 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Cicero, IL                      (6/13/07 Congressional Research Service)

Cook Co., IL                (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report. Requires written agreement from ICE reimbursing costs of honoring detainer.)

Evanston, IL                   (6/13/07 Congressional Research Service)

Iowa

The following Iowa counties will not honor ICE detainers without a court order or unless a judge has approved a probable cause warrant:
Allamakee, Benton, Cass, Clinton, Delaware, Dubuque, Franklin, Freemont, Greene, Ida, Iowa, Jefferson, Johnson, Linn, Marion, Monona, Montgomery, Polk, Pottawattamie, Sioux, Story, Wapello, Winneshiek Co.  (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

(See city watch list below)

        Kansas

Butler Co.             (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Finney Co.            (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Harvey Co.           (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Johnson Co.          (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Sedgwick Co.       (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Shawnee Co.        (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Wichita                 (Source: Police department policy exposed after the death of Lola Jayne, KSN TV-3, 12-19-08)

        Louisiana

New Orleans, LA  (Source: Police department announced policy of “don’t ask, don’t tell”  by Police superintendent Warren Riley, WWL-TV; 9-9-09)

Orleans Parish, LA    (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

        Maine

Portland    (Added 5/31/07 Note: Maine resident reported that Portland city council passed sanctuary legislation)

State of Maine   (Added 5/31/07 Note: Governor of Maine initiated de facto protections for illegals by Executive Order in 2004)*

        Maryland

Baltimore, MD               (Sources: Congressional Research Service; 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Gaithersburg, MD     (Disputed by city 7-10-15. As of 9-8-15, the city has not forwarded a copy of its policy regarding illegal alien in Gaithersburg.)

Mt. Rainier, MD        (Added 1-20-08, Source: The Washington D.C. Examiner, 1-19-08)

Montgomery County, MD  (Added 11-3-09, Source: Frederick County sheriff worried about MontCo gangs, The Washington D.C. Examiner, 11-2-09)

Takoma Park, MD      (Reported that City ordinance passed some 20 years ago; Congressional Research Service)

        Massachusetts

Amherst, MA         (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Boston, MA           (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report citing the Boston Trust Act)

Cambridge, MA     (Source: Boston Globe. First passed resolution in 1985; 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Chelsea, MA          (Added: 8-14-07 Source: Chelsea government website with text of sanctuary policy.)

Northampton, MA  (Added 6-20-12 Source: City of Northampton Resolution dated 8-18-2011.  Resolution limits cooperation with ICE but does not use the term “sanctuary.” )

Orleans, MA          (Added 6/13/07 Source: Congressional Research Service) Township disputes that it is a sanctuary.

Sommerville, MA   (Added 7-23-12 Original resolution passed in 1987, later repealed and replaced with Safe City Resolution. Source: Sommerville News Blog, 10-15-2007;10-8-14 DHS DDO Report) )

Springfield, MA      (Disputed)

        Michigan

Ann Arbor, MI      (6/13/07 Congressional Research Service)

Detroit, MI            (6/13/07 Congressional Research Service)

Minnesota

Austin, MN               (Added 11-1-11 Source: Protecting illegal immigrants to catch criminals, Star Tribune, 10-27-11)*

Hennepin Co.            (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Minneapolis, MN      (Congressional Research Service)

Ramsey Co., MN     (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

St. Paul, MN

Worthington, MN      (Added 5-30-07 Note: This is where a Swift plant was raided by ICE in December, 2006.  Worthington disputes its listing.)

        Nebraska

Sarpy Co., NE           (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Hall Co., NE              (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Lancaster Co., NE     (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Nevada

Clark Co.                   (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Washoe Co.               (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Reno                          (Added 5-31-07; 2-18-08 Disputed by city; OJJPAC has requested a copy of city policies. Copy of policies never received as of 1-28-12)

New Jersey

Camden, NJ                   (Added in 2007. Latest source: Camden, Immigrant Haven?, By Lauren Feeney, City Paper, 7-16-08)

Freehold, NJ                  (Added 11-5-15.  Local resident; Ground Zero For A Hot Topic, 10-19-15, Asbury Park Press)

*                                 * (The Borough of Fort Lee removed pending review of its compliance with IIRIRA). The city disputes its listing as a sanctuary.)

Middlesex Co., NJ          (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Hightstown, NJ               (Added 5-30-07  The city disputes its listing as a sanctuary.)

Jersey City, NJ

Newark, NJ                    (Added 6-3-07; Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report, added 10-13-15 )

North Bergen, NJ

Ocean Co., NJ               (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Trenton, NJ

Union City, NJ

Union Co., NJ               (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

West New York, NJ

New Mexico

Albuquerque, NM*            6/13/07 Congressional Research Service; 8-14-07 KOB-TV 4 Eyewitness News report.  *[5-14-10 Mayor claims city no longer a sanctuary.]

Aztec, NM                       Added 5-8-10, Identified by CRS in 2006 report to Congress.  (The city disputes its listing. However it has not forwarded a copy of its policy.)

Bernalillo Co. NM            (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Dona Ana Co., NM          (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Luna Co., NM                  (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Otero Co., NM                (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Rio Ariba County, NM    6/13/07 Congressional Research Service

San Miguel, NM                (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report.  Requires reimbursement of costs by ICE in honoring detainer.)

Santa Fe, NM                  6/13/07 Congressional Research Service; 1-26-12 AP story, Santa Fe Mayor David Coss opposes taking drivers licenses away from illegal aliens.

Santa Fe Co., NM        (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Taos, NM                    (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report.  Illegal alien must be convicted of at least one felony or two misdemeanors.)

New York

Albany, NY                        (Added 7-22-09 Source: Council adopts don’t ask policy, Times Union report by Jordan Carleo-Evangelist)

Bay Shore, NY

Brentwood, NY

Central Islip, NY

Farmingville, NY

Franklin Co., NY                  (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Nassau Co., NY                   (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

New York City, NY             (Originally added in 2006; (Source added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Onondaga Co., NY               (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Rensselaer Co., NY              (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Riverhead, NY

Saratoga Co., NY               (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Shirly/Mastic, NY

Spring Valley Village, NY    (Added 7-25-07)

St. Lawrence Co., NY         (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Suffolk Co., NY                  (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Uniondale, NY

Wayne Co., NY                  (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Westbury, NY

North Carolina

Carrboro, NC               (Added 11-12-07 Source: Towns differ on illegal aliens by Patrick Winn, The News & Observer)

Chapel Hill, NC            (Added 11-12-07 Source: Towns differ on illegal aliens by Patrick Winn, The News & Observer)

Charlotte, NC

Chatham County, NC    (Added 1-14-09 Source: Chatham rejects immigration program, The News & Observer; Chatham County Commissioners Board Minutes, 1-5–09)

Durham, NC                 (6/13/07 Congressional Research Service)

Raleigh

Winston-Salem

        North Dakota

State of North Dakota       (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report.  ND State Penitentiary will not honor ICE detainers)

SWMCCC                        (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

     Ohio

Columbus, OH        (7/5/07 Source: 5/10/07 Columbus Dispatch article stating illegal aliens in misdemeanor cases are not reported to ICE)  See more below.

Dayton, OH            (Added 1-11-10 Source:  Dayton Daily News story by Lucas Sullivan.  Police chief prohibits officers from asking about immigration status.)

Lake County, OH   (Added 7-23-15 Source:  Lake County accepts fraudulent Mexican Matricular Counsular ID cards used by illegal aliens.)

Lima, OH                    (Added 10-28-08 Source:  City administration opposes County Sheriff’s efforts to remove illegal aliens.)

Lorain, OH             (Added 4-21-14 Source:  Lorain Police Chief Celestino Rivera has ordered (by written policy) his officers not to cooperate with ICE) See addl. notes below.

Lucas County, OH  (Added 7-23-15 Source:  Lucas County accepts fraudulent Mexican Matricular Counsular ID cards used by illegal aliens)

Oberlin, OH           (Added 1-25-09. Source: City Resolution adopted January 20, 2009)

Painesville, OH        (7-19-07 Source: In 2006, the city of Painesville in an official letter called illegal aliens (they used the word “undocumented” a valuable asset to the city and opposed immigration law enforcement legislation. I have a copy of that letter in my file.  Although the city of Painesville passed a Resolution in support of immigration law enforcement as a result of public pressure, the city remains in opposition to aggressive immigration law enforcement and the deportation of the illegal alien population in the community.  We will be looking into the past actions of the Painesville Municipal Court too regarding its role in preventing the deportation of deportable aliens.)

    Oklahoma

Oklahoma City         (de facto)

Tulsa                        (6-3-07 Note: Tulsa city council is discussing changing its sanctuary policy.  8-15-10 Update:  See note below.)

    Oregon

The following Oregon counties will not honor ICE detainers without a court order or warrant:  Clackamas, Curry, Douglas, deschutes, Gilliam,Grant, Hood River, Jefferson, Josephine, Linn, Malheur, Multnomah, Murion, Tillamook, Union, Wallowa, Wasco, Washington, and Yamhill.     (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Ashland, OR                   (8-9-07 Congressional Research Service)

Baker Co., OR                (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Clatsop Co., OR            (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Gaston, OR                    (8-9-07 Congressional Research Service)

Marion County, OR        (8-9-07 Congressional Research Service)

Multnomah County, OR  (Added 11-9-13 Source: Sheriff’s office says ‘no’ to ICE, By Kirsten Lock, Fox TV-12, 4-25-13)

Portland, OR

State of Oregon *           (8-9-07 Congressional Research Service)  *(See note below)

    Pennsylvania

Allentown, PA (Rescinded)  7-23-12 Note: Allentown city council passed a sanctuary resolution in 1986 but voted 4-3 to rescind it in 1991.

Lehigh Co., PA            (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Philadelphia, PA*          (7-15-10 Source: Mayor Nutter’s, November, 2009 Executive order: Policy Concerning Access of Immigrants to City Services ; 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Pittsburgh, PA  (Added 5-29-14 Source: Pittsburg Post Gazette: Pittsburg launches effort to woo more immigrants, 5-29-14)

    Rhode Island

State of Rhode Island    (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report.  Dept. of Corrections won’t honor detainers without a warrant.)

Providence         (Added 5-17-11 Source: Providence wants to opt out of ‘Secure Communities’ database, by Gregory Smith, Providence Journal, 2-23-11).

    Texas

Austin, TX                (Congressional Research Service)

Baytown, TX            (6-13-07 Local reader observation)

Brownsville, TX

Channelview, TX      (6-13-07 Local reader observation)

Denton, TX

Dallas, TX

El Cenizo, TX          (6-13-07 Congressional Research Service)

Ft.Worth, TX

Houston, TX            (Congressional Research Service)

Katy, TX                 (Congressional Research Service)

Laredo, TX             (Entry added in 2007. Source added 7-25-15   Breitbart.com article by Brandon Darby, 7-6-15, regarding Laredo PD critical of officers calling Border Patrol. )

Mcallen, TX

Port Arthur, TX       (6-13-07 Reader/resident observation)

Travis Co., TX        (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

Utah

State of Utah                (Added 5-15-11  Source:  Utah Approves Guest Worker Program for Illegal Immigrants, ABC New, 5-7-11)

Provo, UT*                (* 8-27-2010  Provo Utah contacted OJJPAC and indicated that it has no desire to be a sanctuary city.

*5-16-11Update:  Pending removal of Provo, UT  upon verification of city’s full participation/cooperation with ICE.)

Salt Lake City, UT

Virginia

Alexandria, VA*            (Added 10-6-08. Source: City Resolution No. 2246 adopted 10-9-07)

Arlington, VA                (Added 11-3-15.   Source:  Arlington, VA opts out of federal immigration program, 9-28-2010)

Fairfax County, VA

Virginia Beach, VA         (Added 6/3/07.  Note: The city adopted an administrative directive on 8-1-08 allowing VBPD limited authority to inquire about immigration status. Based on this directive, the city disputes its sanctuary status. Despite the directive, the city has not provided statistical evidence of enforcement to date. )

        Vermont

Burlington, VT            (Added 5-14-09  Source: 5-13-09 Associated Press story by Wilson Ring)

Middlebury, VT          (Added 5-14-09  Source: 5-13-09 Associated Press story by Wilson Ring)

State of Vermont*        (Added 11-29-10  Source: 11-21-10 Vermont AG proposes bias-free policing policy, Burlington Free Press)

        Washington (State)

The following Washington counties do not honor Ice detainers:  Benton, Chelan, Clallam, Clark, Cowlitz, Franklin, Jefferson, King, Kitsap, Pierce, Skagit, Snohomish, Spokane, Thurston, Wala Wala, Whatcom, Yakima.    (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report)

King Co. Council, WA     (Added as a de facto sanctuary on 6-28-09 Source: The Seattle Times; and on 11-9-09 Ordinance passed;10-8-14 DHS DDO Report);

Seattle, WA                      (Added 5/30/07; Congressional Research Service)

Spokane, WA                   (Added 6-22-15; City Council passed Ordinances C35164 and C-35167)

Wisconsin

Madison, WI                    (Congressional Research Service)  Update: In June, 2010, the city council passed a resolution reaffirming its policy.

Milwaukee, WI            (Added 10-13-15, Source: 10-8-14 DHS DDO Report citing Resolution 12-135)

Milwaukee Co., WI    (Added 6-10-12 Source article: County Board Resolution on Immigration on target, Opinion, Journal Sentinel News., 6-9-12)

Wyoming

Jackson Hole, WY     (10-19-15 Sheriff of Teton County disputes the county’s sanctuary status. A status review of Jackson Hole is in progress.

    Washington, D.C.

(Update: The Washington D. C. city council has voted to prohibit its police department from participating in the Secure Communities program in July, 2010 according to an AP story by Ivan Moreno dated 7-26-10;   10-19-11 D.C. Examiner story which states that Mayor Vincent Gray signed an order prohibiting the city’s police dept. from inquiring about a person’s immigration status.

Cities under review

Diamond Bar, CA   (6/26/07 Disputed by city. Currently being researched to verify.)

Boulder, CO

DesMoines, IA  (Added 11-28-07 Source: Proposal seeks banning immigration raids in D.M., by Nigel Duara, DesMoines-Register)

Bridgeton, NJ            (Added 6-3-07) [7-27-07 Disputed by a reputed farm worker advocate, see note below.]

Peekskill, NY      [Disputed, being researched]

San Antonio, TX  [Note: The Sanctuary status of San Antonio is disputed, being researched.]

Watch List Cities  Note: This is a new list started 8-14-07 and was updated on 7-23-15.

Joliet, IL                  (Source: Resident alleges police have don’t ask don’t tell policy, courts ignore immigration status)

Iowa City, IA          (Source: Article, Group pushes Iowa City as ‘immigration sanctuary city,’ DesMoines Register, 10-31-10)

Cedar Rapids, IA    (Source: Article, Two Iowa cities considering adopting sanctuary policies for illegal aliens, by Dave Gibson, Examiner.com, 12-20-10)

Lexington, KY         (Source: 11-12-07 Submitted by local resident who claims it is a sanctuary city)

Worcester, MASS   (Source: 8-14-07 Worcester Telegram)

Silver Springs, MD   (Source: 5-17-12 Local resident)

Lakewood, NJ         (Source:9-10-08  Local residents)

Cleveland, OH         (Source:  Support for Global Cleveland initiatives)

Cincinnati, OH          (Mayor Mark Mallory supports immigration reform [amnesty], By Amanda Lee Myers, San Francisco Chronicle, 5-30-13)

Middletown, OH      (Source: 1-30-08 Middletown News-Journal)

Springfield, OH         (Source: 1-27-08 Springfield-News-Sun)

Clark County, OH    (Source: 1-27-08; 9-29-08 Springfield-News-Sun Editorial (Sheriff Kelly not interested in removing illegal aliens)

Gallatin, TN              (Source: 9-26-08 Reader)

Shelbyville, TN         (Source: News articles submitted by Shelbyville resident)

Portland, TN             (Source: 9-26-08 Reader)

Hendersonville, TN   (Source: 9-26-08 Reader)

Whitehouse, TN        (Source: 9-26-08 Reader)

McKinney, TX          (Source:  11-28-11 Star Local News article by Marthe Stinton)

Kings County, WA    (Source:  5-8-12  3 King County officials balk at ICE detainer program)

Toledo, OH              (Source: 7-12-15  Personal research by longtime immigration researcher)

Lucas County, OH     (Source: 7-12-15  Personal research by longtime immigration researcher)

Sanctuary Cities, USA: Additional Notes

Anchorage, AK

The Municipality of Anchorage sent OJJPAC a letter disputing the city’s listing postmarked July 29, 2010.  It claims that the Congressional Research Service’s listing of the city as a “sanctuary” was based on a Resolution adopted by its Assembly (AR 2003-223) in 2003.  The Municipal Attorney Dennis Wheeler says that that Resolution was rescinded on December 18, 2007.

Mesa, Arizona

Mesa Arizona has been added as a sanctuary city list because of its reported “don’t ask don’t tell policy” and criticism by the local sheriff that the city is not enforcing the law.  The sheriff has arrested illegal aliens working in city buildings (as contract workers for a private cleaning company), reportedly after the city police department refused to investigate complaints of illegal hires by a whistleblower.

Austin, MN

Note:  The newspaper incorrectly refers to illegal aliens as “illegal immigrants.”  Aliens who illegally reside in the U.S. are not “immigrants,” a term that should only refer to aliens who legally “emigrated” to the United States.

Philadelphia, PA

Philadelphia’s Mayor signed an Executive Order in November 2009 that provided additional protections to illegal aliens in the city.  However, the City of Philadelphia does have an existing Preliminary Arraignment Reporting System (PARS) agreement with ICE.  Mayor Nutter objects to the  PARS computer technology agreement which is now up for renewal. The Mayor apparently believes that the access of data by ICE will result in increased immigration violation investigations and deportations.  Here is an article by the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Tucson, Arizona

Tucson Arizona has been added to the sanctuary city list because the Tucson police have instituted a new policy which prevents their officers from calling Immigration and Customs Enforcement to schools and churches.

Tulsa, Oklahoma

Tulsa city councilor Jim Mautino was quoted in a Tulsa World article by P.J. Lassek, that he believes Tulsa is a sanctuary city and that the Police don’t verify legal presense during traffic stops.  Mautino wants to crack down on illegal aliens and introduce an ordinance mandating the use of E-Verify because the resolution that was passed cannot be enforced.

State of Oregon

According to a CRS report (October, 2005), Oregon passed a law in 1987 that prohibits local and state law enforcement from using state resources for locating and capturing illegal aliens.  Law enforcement was permitted [but not required] to “exchange information” with federal immigration agents if an illegal alien was arrested for a crime.

San Bernardino, CA.

San Bernardino was added to the list on June 6th of 2007 as a result of a readers submission.  On September 5th 2008, the city administration contacted me to dispute its listing.  OJJPAC has asked the city’s law department to forward copies of the city’s policies regarding its processes when illegal aliens are encountered in its city.

Bridgeton, NJ           7-27-07 Disputed by a reputed farm worker advocate who sent me this email:

“I just wanted to point out an inaccuracy on your website’s listing of sanctuary cities.  You have Bridgeton, NJ listed as a sanctuary city, and indeed it is most definitely not.  I work with CATA – The Farm workers’ Support committee (www.cata-farmworkers.org) and we have an organized group of membership in this town.  One of our goals is working towards making Bridgeton an sanctuary city, but the local government is quite unfriendly towards the immigrant population, and the mayor has even hinted at wanting to implement a Hazleton type of ordinance (luckily, given yesterday’s legal decision, that won’t be happening).”

Columbus, OH

The Columbus Dispatch [Ohio] wrote:  “The police didn’t contact immigration authorities concerning those who were determined to be undocumented, Booth       said. Authorities say that’s typical when it comes to misdemeanor charges.”  [Columbus, Ohio]

2-20-14 Mayor Michael Coleman issues a travel ban for city employees because the State of Arizona passed immigration law enforcement bill SB 1070.

Lorain, OH

“Thanks to Cel (Celestino Rivera, Lorain’s Police Chief), we are less worried”  [about the US Border Patrol]said one interviewee who has a family member who is deportable.  Rivera does not report illegal aliens to immigration authorities.  Source: Ohio, the Other Border, By Maribel Hastings, Senior Adviser, America’s voice, 4-7-14.

Painesville, OH

Cleveland Scene (7-18-07) quotes the Painesville Police Chief Gary Smith:

***He [Police Chief Gary Smith] has no qualms about laying out his indifference in plain English: “We don’t care what your [immigration] status is.” ***

Oklahoma City, OK

One reader wrote about Oklahoma City:

Oklahoma City is a sanctuary city de facto.  Police officers have been told not to stop any Hispanic for minor traffic violations, because they have a good chance of being illegal and it is a waste of time.  The City has not been enforcing City Code if the recipient of the code violation doesn’t speak English.  And is not attempting to enforce the single-family dwelling laws.

State of Maine

Governor John E. Baldacci issued  executive order 13 FY 04/05 which was issued on April 9, 2004.  The order is entitled  “An Order Concerning Access to State Services by All Entitled Maine Residents.”  The order prohibits state workers from inquiring about the immigration status of anyone applying for services.

Alexandria, VA

Resolution No. 2246, adopted October 9, 2007 states in part:  “…the City and its various agencies will neither make inquirers about nor report on the citizenship of those who seek the protection of its laws or the use of its services.”   Evidently in Alexandria, illegal alien are safe from Immigration and Customs Enforcement until they commit a “serious” crime.  So what crimes can illegals commit with impunity from the federal government? Theft? Rape? Drug dealing? Gang activity?  OJJPAC’s belief is that the City’s Resolution conflict’s with its responsibility under federal law.

State of Vermont

Vermont Attorney General William Sorrell reportedly has asked police in Vermont to adopt a “don’t ask, don’t tell” approach to immigration status under the guise of “Bias-Free Policing.”  Police departments in Vermont will get a copy of the request but are not required to adopt the attorney general’s policy.

Source:  http://ojjpac.org/sanctuary.asp

I have found more information on sanctuary cities:

States
California, Connecticut, New Mexico, Colorado

Cities and Counties

Arizona
South Tucson

California (in addition to all counties)
Alameda County
Berkley
Contra Costa County
Los Angeles County
Los Angeles
Monterey County
Napa County
Orange County (Sheriff and Probation Department)
Riverside County
Sacramento County
San Bernardino County
San Diego County
San Francisco County
San Mateo County
Santa Clara County
Santa Cruz County
Sonoma County

Colorado (in addition to all counties)
Arapahoe County
Aurora Detention Center
Boulder County
Denver
Denver County
Fort Collins
Garfield County
Glenwood Springs
Grand County
Jefferson County
Larimer County
Mesa County
Pitkin County
Pueblo County
Routt County
San Miguel County

Connecticut (in addition to state LEAs)
Bridgeport
East Haven
Fairfield County
Hamden
Hartford County
Hartford
Manchester
Meriden
New Haven
New Haven County
New London County
Stamford
Stratford
Tolland County

Florida
Broward County
Hernando County
Hillsborough County
Miami-Dade County
Palm Beach County
Pasco County
Pinellas County

Georgia
Clayton County

Illinois
Champaign County
Chicago
Cook County
Des Plaines
Hanover Park
Hoffman Estates
Northbrook
Palatine

Iowa
Allamakee County
Benton County
Cass County
Clinton County
Delaware County
Dubuque County
Franklin County
Freemont County
Greene County
Ida County
Iowa County
Jefferson County
Johnson County
Linn County
Marion County
Monona County
Montgomery County
Polk County
Pottawattamie County
Sioux County
Story County
Wapello County
Winneshiek County

Kansas
Butler County
Finney County
Harvey County
Johnson County
Sedgwick County
Shawnee County

Kentucky
Campbell County
Franklin County
[Editor’s Note: According to new information provided to the Center by elected Kenton County Jailer Terry W. Carl, Kenton County complies with all ICE detainers and requests and is fully cooperative with ICE.]
Scott County
Woodford County

Louisiana
New Orleans
[Editor’s Note: According to new information provided to the Center, Lafayette Parish now complies with all ICE detainers and requests and is fully cooperative with ICE.]
Orleans Parish

Maine
Portland

Maryland
Baltimore City
Montgomery County
Prince George’s County

Massachusetts
Amherst
Boston
Cambridge
Hampden County
Holyoke
Lawrence
Northhampton
Somerville
Springfield

Minnesota
Bloomington
Brooklyn Park
Hennepin County
Ramsey County

Nebraska
Douglas County
Hall County
Lancaster County
Sarpy County

Nevada
Clark County
Washoe County

New Jersey
Linden
Middlesex County
Newark
Ocean County
Plainfield
Union County

New Mexico (in addition to all counties)
Bernalillo County
Dona Ana County
Luna County
Otero County
Rio Arriba County
San Miguel County
Santa Fe County
Taos County

New York
Franklin County
Nassau County
New York City
Onondaga County
Rensselaer County
Saratoga County
Suffolk County
St. Lawrence County
Wayne County

North Dakota
North Dakota State Penitentiary
South West Multiple County Corrections Center

Oregon
Baker County
Clackamas County
Clatsop, Oregon
Coos County
Crook County
Curry County
Deschutes County
Douglas County
Gilliam County
Grant County
Hood River County
Jackson County
Jefferson County
Josephine County
Lincoln County
Linn County
Malheur County
Marion County
Multnomah County
Oregon State Correctional Institution
Polk County
Sherman County
Springfield Police Department
Tillamook County
Umatilla County
Union County
Wallowa County
Wasco County
Washington County
Wheeler County
Yamhill County

Pennsylvania
Abington
Chester County
Delaware County
Lehigh County
Montgomery County
Philadelphia
Philadelphia County

Rhode Island
Rhode Island Department of Corrections

Texas
Dallas County
Travis County

Virginia
Arlington
Chesterfield County

Washington
Benton County
Chelan County
Clallam County
Clark County
Cowlitz County
Fife City
Franklin County
Jefferson County
Issaquah
Kent
King County
Kitsap County
Lynnwood City
Marysville
Pierce County
Puyallup
Skagit County
Snohomish County
South Correctional Entity (SCORE) Jail, King County
Spokane County
Sunnyside
Thurston County
Walla Walla County
Washington State Corrections
Whatcom County
Yakima County

Washington, DC

Wisconsin
Milwaukee County

Source:  http://cis.org/Sanctuary-Cities-Map

And, let’s also list the guys that fought the bill to defund sanctuary cities.

Opponents of the Stop Dangerous Sanctuary Cities Act

National Low Income Housing Coalition

Source:  http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:lUW1aJNe8BcJ:nlihc.org/article/coalition-letter-opposing-stop-dangerous-sanctuary-cities-act-s-3100+&cd=3&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us

The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights

Source:  http://www.civilrights.org/advocacy/letters/2016/Oppose-S3100.html

NEA

Source:  http://www.nea.org/home/67614.htm

ACLU

Source:  https://www.aclu.org/letter/aclu-letter-opposing-stop-dangerous-sanctuary-cities-act-s-3100

American Planning Association
Arc of the United States
Council of State Community Development Agencies
Enterprise Community Partners
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America – Advocacy Office
Habitat for Humanity International
National Alliance of Community Economic Development Associations
National Association for County Community and Economic Development
National Association of Development Organizations
National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials
National Association of Local Housing Finance Agencies
National Community Development Association
National Community Reinvestment Coalition
National Development Council
National Fair Housing Alliance
National Housing Law Project
National League of Cities
National Low Income Housing Coalition
National Recreation and Park Association
National Urban League
U.S. Conference of Mayors

Source:  http://www.coscda.org/documents/s3100coalitionletter.pdf

32BJ SEIU
Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus
AFL-CIO
Alianza Americas
Alliance for Citizenship
America’s Voice
American Civil Liberties Union
American Federation of Teachers (AFT)
American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)
American Immigration Lawyers Association
Asian Americans Advancing Justice – AAJC
Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund (AALDEF)
Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance, AFL-CIO (APALA)
ASISTA Immigration Assistance

Capital Area Immigrants’ Rights Coalition
Center for New Community
Center for Popular Democracy
Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) Refugee & Immigration Ministries
CLUB SAN RAFAEL
Detention Watch Network
Enlace
Families for Freedom
Farmworker Justice
Franciscan Action Network
Friends Committee on National Legislation
Georgia Detention Watch
HIAS
Immigrant Defense Project
Immigrant Justice Corps
Immigrant Legal Resource Center
Irish Apostolate USA
Jobs With Justice
Justice Strategies
Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA)
Latin America Working Group
Latino Commission on AIDS
Law Offices of Jessica Dominguez
League of United Latin American Citizens
Mennonite Central Committee U.S. Washington Office
Mi Familia Vota
Mijente
NAPAWF San Diego Chapter
National Center for Lesbian Rights
National Council of Asian Pacific Americans (NCAPA)
National Council of Jewish Women
National Council of La Raza (NCLR)
National Day Laborers Organizing Network (NDLON)
National Domestic Workers Alliance
National Immigrant Justice Center
National Immigration Forum
National Immigration Law Center
National Immigration Project of the NLG
National Korean American Service and Education Consortium
National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health
NETWORK Lobby for Catholic Social Justice
New York Immigration Coalition
OCA – Asian Pacific American Advocates
Office of Social Justice, Christian Reformed Church in North America

People For the American Way
Project South
Red Mexicana
Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES)
Salvadoran American National Network (SANN)
South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT)
Southeast Asia Resource Action Center (SEARAC)
The United Methodist Church – General Board of Church and Society
United We Dream
UURISE – Unitarian Universalist Refugee & Immigrant Services & Education
Voto Latino
We Belong Together

American Gateways
Arkansas United Community Coalition
Asian Americans Advancing Justice-LA
Asian Law Alliance
Asian Pacific Policy & Planning Council
ASPIRE
Biesenthal & Gray, LLC
CARECEN-DC
Casa Club Yuriria Cgicago
Casa Latina
Casa Michoacan
Casa San Jose
Central American Resource Center-LA
Central Ohio Worker Center
CiRA
Club Francisco Villa
Clubes Michoacanos Unidos en Illinois
Coalition for Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA)
Coalition of Latino Leaders-CLILA
Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition
Colorado People’s Alliance
Connecticut Students for a Dream
Connecticut Working Families Party
Dolores Street Community Services
Dream Team Los Angeles
El CENTRO de Igualdad y Derechos
El Centro Hispano, Inc.
Employee Rights Center
Florida Center for Fiscal and Economic Policy
Florida Coastal Law School Immigrant and Human Rights Clinic

Florida Immigrant Coalition, Inc. (FLIC)
Friends of Broward Detainees
Friends of Farmworkers, Inc.
Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights
Grupo de Apoyo e Integracion Hispanoamericano
Her Justice
Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
Immigrant Law Group
Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project
Immigrant Youth Coalition
Immigration and Refugee Task Force, Unitarian Society of New Haven
Immigration Center for Women and Children
Inland Empire – Immigrant Youth Coalition (IEIYC)
Interfaith Movement for Immigrant Justice – Oregon
Iowa Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Jean Silk
Junta for Progressive Action
Juntos
Justice for Our Neighbors West Michigan
Kentucky Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
Korean American Resource and Cultural Center
Korean Resource Center
Latino Advocacy Foundation of Fairfield County
Make the Road Pa
Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition
Michigan United
Migrant and Immigrant Community Action Project
MMG Law LLC
National Lawyers Guild – Los Angeles
New Mexico Faith Coalition for Immigrant Justice
New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice
New Orleans’ Congress of Day Laborers
New Sanctuary Movement of Philadelphia
NHW
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
OneAmerica
Orange County Immigrant Youth United
Pangea Legal Services
PASO – West Suburban Action Project
Pennsylvania Immigration and Citizenship Coalition
Promise Arizona
Public Counsel
Racial Justice Action Center
Renato Muguerza

San Diego Immigrant Rights Consortium
Services, Immigrant Rights, and Education Network (SIREN)
Silicon Valley De-Bug
Social Justice Collaborative
Sojourner House
South Florida Interfaith Worker Justice
Southeast Immigrant Rights Network
Stop the Checkpoints
Street Level Health Project
SURJ – New Haven
Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition
The Farmworker Association of Florida, Inc
The Law Office of Usman B. Ahmad, PC
TODEC Legal Center
UACT
UFW Foundation
Unitarian Universalist Church of Greater Bridgeport
United Action Connecticut
University of California, Berkeley Black Student Union
University of San Francisco School of Law Immigration and Deportation Defense Clinic
Unlocal, Inc
VietLEAD
Virginia Coalition for Immigrant Rights
Voces de la Frontera
WeCount!
Worker Justice Center of New York, Inc

Source:  http://www.aila.org/advo-media/aila-correspondence/2016/sign-on-letter-urging-sens-to-oppose-s-3100-s-2193

Strengthen and Fortify Enforcement (SAFE) Act Opponents

Miami-Dade Chiefs Assocication • Miami Police Department • North Miami Beach Police Department • Police Benevolent Assocication • Chief Jane Castor, Tampa Police Department • Sheriff Jerry L. Demings, Orange County Sheriff’s Office • Chief Eduardo Gonzalez, Former Director of the U.S. Marshals Service and chief of Tampa Police Department • Chief Robert Parker, Former Chief of Miami-Dade Police Department • Chief John F. Timoney, Former Chief of Miami Police Department and Commissioner of Philadelphia Police Department

Source:   https://aclufl.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/2013-ACLU-Florida-Voices-for-Immigration-Reform-Report.pdf

The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights

Source:  http://www.civilrights.org/advocacy/letters/2013/oppose-hr2278-the.html?referrer=https://www.google.com/

Statements from Law Enforcement Officers Opposing
the SAFE Act

Major Cities Chiefs Association, June 2013
Any Congressional action that would require state and local law enforcement agencies to
engage in immigration enforcement is strongly opposed by the Major Cities Chiefs. . . .
That is why we oppose the SAFE Act and similar measures being offered in the Senate
such as Senator Sessions’ Amendment 1334. These proposals attempt to force police
officers to perform the duties of immigration agents through the threat of sanctions and
the withholding of existing funding. This is a misguided approach and will make all of
our communities less safe.

Police Chief Roberto Villaseñor (Tucson, Arizona), June 2013
The House’s SAFE Act and amendments being considered in the Senate would blur the
line between local policing and immigration enforcement, making our job as law
enforcement officers more difficult and detracting from public safety as a result. Law
enforcement officers have taken an oath to protect all those who live within our
communities, regardless of race, culture, or nation of birth. We don’t need short-sighted
laws that tie our hands and prevent us from establishing the trust we need to protect the
communities we serve.
Police Chief Sergio Diaz (Riverside, California), June 2013
There’s a number of issues and reasons — resource reasons — why [the SAFE Act] is an
anti-productive law. The emphasis on excludable and deportable individuals implies that
police personnel will now receive new training on immigration laws . . . . But training
time is a very limited commodity in my business, we’re already challenged to provide
safety, and tactical, and legal trainings that are required so that our staff can protect the
public . . . . Even with the added training, if we add immigration responsibilities to local
police . . . this will inevitably lead to claims of racial profiling, and some of those claims
will be supported in court and some of them will cost big money for local governments.

San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón (San Francisco, California), June 2013
The House of Representatives’ proposal to add extraneous civil immigration information
to the NCIC [National Crime Information Center] database doesn’t just add unnecessary
clutter, it could make a police officer’s job more dangerous. . . . The value of NCIC is lost
when we throw in thousands of civil immigration records that local police are not trained
or equipped to analyze. We shouldn’t force an officer to wade through civil immigration
information during these potentially dangerous moments in an officer’s day. Instead of
burdening police officers with unfunded mandates, both the House of Representatives
and the Senate should focus on how best to reform our immigration system to allow
those living in fear of deportation to get on a road to citizenship.

Police Chief Art Acevedo (Austin, Texas), June 2013
My colleagues and I urge Congress to reject proposals that would turn police officers into
immigration agents. . . . Immigration enforcement must remain solely a federal
responsibility because immigrants will never help their local police to fight crime once
they fear we have become immigration officers. For these reasons, I and my colleagues on the Major Cities Chiefs Assoc. oppose the so-called SAFE Act now pending in the Housemof Representatives as well as similar provisions proposed in the Senate.

Sheriff Mark Curran (Lake County, Illinois), June 2013
The neighborhoods are going to be safe when the citizens are involved and act as the eyes
and ears of the community. And that doesn’t work in communities that have large . . .
immigrant populations where there’s great fear from law enforcement. And there is
[great fear] right now . . . as a result of the fact that we haven’t moved in the direction of
immigration reform, that nobody knows what we’re doing in terms of Secure
Communities, in terms of the federal government’s policies on immigration, and this
[SAFE Act] bill is only going to send more fear as we await, hopefully await, some kind of
immigration reform bill instead.

Police Chief Chris Burbank (Salt Lake City, Utah), June 2013
When police officers are forced to detect and detain immigrants who are here without
authorization, this trust is easily broken. It inappropriately interjects bias into our
profession and makes the compassionate service provided daily by police officers
throughout the country less legitimate. That’s why reports that legislators in both the
Senate and House of Representatives are advancing proposals that would essentially turn
police officers into the long arm of immigration law are so troubling.

Source:  https://web.archive.org/web/20131601424400/http://www.nilc.org/document.html?id=964
William T. Pound
Executive Director
National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL)

Tom Cochran
CEO and Executive Director
The U.S. Conference of Mayors (USCM)

Matthew D. Chase
Executive Director
National Association of Counties (NACo)

Clarence Anthony
Executive Director
National League of Cities (NLC)
Source:  http://www.ncsl.org/research/civil-and-criminal-justice/letter-on-safe-act.aspx

Presbyterian Church USA

http://www.pcusa.org/resource/opposing-hr-2278/

National Organizations:
American Jewish Committee
Anti-Defamation League
Association of Jewish Family and Children’s Agencies
B’nai B’rith International
HIAS
Jewish Council for Public Affairs
Jewish Federations of North America
National Council of Jewish Women
Union for Reform Judaism
Local Organizations:
AJC Chicago
AJC Cincinnati
AJC Houston
AJC Los Angeles
AJC Miami and Broward
AJC NY
AJC Palm Beach County
AJC Westchester
Community Relations Council of the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island
Greater Philadelphia Jewish Coalition on Immigration
Gulf Coast Jewish Family & Community Service (Clearwater, FL)
HIAS Pennsylvania
Jewish Community Action (St. Paul, MN)
Jewish Community Relations Council of New Haven
Jewish Community Relations Council of Southern New Jersey
Jewish Council for Urban Affairs (Chicago, IL)
Jewish Family Service of San Diego
Jewish Family Service – Seattle
Jewish Family Services of Silicon Valley
Jewish Labor Committee Western Region
Jews United for Justice (Washington, DC)
National Council of Jewish Women Texas State Policy Advocacy Network
National Council of Jewish Women Florida State Public Advocacy Committee

Leadership Conference of Women Religious
Sisters of Mercy of the Americas
Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service
Disciples Justice Action Netowork (Disciples of Christ)
Friends Committee for National Legislation
Mennonite Central Committee
NETWORK
United Methodist Church, General Board of Church and Society
Franciscan Action Network
National Advocacy Center of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd
Columban Center for Advocacy and Outreach
Conference of Major Superiors of Men
The Episcopal Church
Church World Service
Jesuit Conference/Jesuit Refugee Service
American Baptist Church
American Jewish Committee

Source:  http://www.interfaithimmigration.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/Safe-Act-Letter-a-Day-Campaign1.pdf

10, 000 Degrees
605 Citizenship Project
Access, Inc.
ACLU of California
ACT for Women & Girls
Advocacy and Justice Committee, California-Nevada United Methodist Church
African Advocacy Network
Alianza Latinoamericana por los Derechos de los Inmigrantes
Alliance for Justice
American Jewish Committee – Los Angeles Region
API Equality
Asian & Pacific Islander Institute on Domestic Violence
Asian Americans Advancing Justice – L.A
Asian Law Alliance
Asian Pacific Policy & Planning Council
Bay Area DREAM Coalition
Black Alliance for Just Immigration
California Church Impact
California Immigrant Policy Center
California Labor Federation
California National Organization for Women
California Nurses Association
California Partnership
California Partnership to End Domestic Violence
Canal Alliance
Catholic Charities CYO
Central American Resource Center – L.A
Centro de Integración Familiar
Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice – L.A
Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice – Orange County
Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles
Communities for a New California
Comunidades Unidas
Dolores Street Community Services
East Bay Sanctuary Covenant
Educators for Fair Consideration
El Concilio
Employee Rights Center
Episcopal Community Services of Northern California
Episcopal Diocese of California Migration and Immigration Task Force
Equal Rights Advocates
Equality Alliance of San Diego County
Escondido Human Rights Committee
Faith Alliance for a Moral Economy-EBASE
Filipino Advocates for Justice
Filipino Ministry – St. George Church
First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego
Foundation for Change
Glendale West Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Greater Long Beach Interfaith Community Organization
Grupo Amistad
Hispanic Ministry of New Albany
Human Rights Council of Oceanside
Hunger Action L.A.
Immigrant Legal Resource Center
Immigration Law Association at U.C. Davis
Immigration Task Force of the Cal-Nevada Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church
Inland Congregations United for Change
Interfaith Coalition for Immigrant Rights – Clergy and Laity United for EconomicJustice CA
Jewish Community Relations Council
Jewish Labor Committee – Western Region
Justice for Immigrants Coalition of Inland Southern California
Justice for Our Neighbors – United Methodist Committee on Relief
Justice Overcoming Boundaries in San Diego County
Khmer Girls in Action
Korean Resource Center
L.A. Community Legal Center and Educational
La Casa de La Raza
Latino & Latina Roundtable of San Gabriel Valley and Pomona
Latino Coalition for a Healthy California
Latinos y Latinas en Acción
Lavender Youth Recreation and Information Center
Librería del Pueblo
LifeBridge International
Long Beach Immigrant Rights Coalition
MCC in the Valley
Mission Economic Development Agency
Mountain View Dreamers
Mt. Diablo Unitarian Universalist Church
Multifaith Immigration Coalition for Action – Contra Costa Count
National Immigration Law Center
National Latino Evangelical Coalition
National Network for Immigrant & Refugee Rights
National Organization of Social Workers, California Chapter
Office of Santa Cruz City Council Member Tony Madrigal
Orange County Dream Team
Pangea Legal Services
Peninsula Interfaith Coalition on Immigration
People of Faith for Justice
Physicians for a National Health Program – California
People Improving Communities through Organizing (PICO) – CA
People Organizing to Demand Environmental & Economic Rights
PowerPAC
Priority Africa Network
Public Counsel
People United for a Better Life in Oakland
Pueblo de Fe Unido
Redwood Community Health Coalition
Riverside Latino Voter Project
Salvadoran American National Network
San Diego Immigrant Youth Collective
San Francisco Department of Public Health Newcomers Health Program
San Francisco Immigrant Legal & Education Network
San Francisco Interfaith Coalition on Immigration
Share Our Selves
Silicon Valley Alliance for Immigration Reform
Service Immigrant Rights & Education Network
Sojourners of Spectrum & Action
Southeast Asia Resource Action Center
Street Level Health Project
Tabernacle of African & Caribbean Association of San Diego
Todec Legal Center
Union de Ex-Braceros e Inmigrantes
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of San Luis Obispo County
Unitarian Universalist Legislative Ministry of California
Unitarian Universalist Refugee and Immigrant Services and Education
Watts/Century Latino Organization
Young Workers United

Source:  https://www.scribd.com/document/178789706/SAFE-Act-California-Sign-On-Letter

Opponents of Texas anti-sanctuary city bill

Texas Association of Business
CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE
San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Texas Association of Mexican American Chambers of Commerce
Austin Hispanic Chambers of Commerce
BUSINESSES
FLAS, INC.
Victoria Slater Giambra, PLLC
Zavala Law Firm, PLLC
OOSTERHOF & BRAY, PLLC
The Law Office of Robert W. Armstrong
Juan R. Gonzalez, PLLC
FValdezLaw PC
Dana Fernandez Photography
Ponce Law Firm, P.C.
Tara Insurance agency LLC
Taco Taco Cafe
OCDCTV, LLC
Primer Grey
Law Offices of Kell A. Simon
Charm School Vintage
Law Office of Jennifer D. Ward, PLLC
Miley & Brown
Huerta’s Tamales
De Anda & Navarro Law Firm
Burnt Ends
Experteks IT Solutions
Absolute Small Business Networks
Law Offices of George Salinas, PLLC
Aguillon & Associates LLC
Law Office of Casner and Cabello Havrda, PLLC
C2C Travel, LLC
The Kaderlan Group
Latino Center for Leadership Development
Law Office o Juan Angel Gomez
SilvaCreates
Corvus Precision, LLC
REMAX ELLITE

Source:  http://www.commonsenseimmigrationtx.org/stop-sb4/business-letter/

TRUST Coalition Members

AHEM, La Alianza Hispana Evangelica Ministerial (The Hispanic Ministerial Evangelical Alliance)
American Civil Liberties Union of Texas (ACLU)
American Immigration Lawyers Association Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico Chapter
Anti-Defamation League- Southwest and North Texas Regions
El Buen Samaritano Episcopal Mission
Catholic Charities of Central Texas
Center for Public Policy Priorities (CPPP)
Christian Life Commission of the Baptist General Convention of Texas
Education Austin
Equal Justice Center
Equal Voices Network
Grassroots Leadership
La Fe Policy Research and Education
Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF)
Mexican American School Board Members Association (MASBA)
Mi Familia Vota
RGV Millenials
Mothers Against Discriminatory Racism in Education and Society (MADRES)
National Association for College Admission Counseling
National Council of La Raza
National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health
Reform Immigration Texas Alliance (RITA) – TRUST Coalition Ally
Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES)
San Antonio Greater Chamber of Commerce
San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Service Employees International Union of Texas (SEIU)
South Texas Human Rights Center
Southwest Voter Registration Education Project (SVREP)
Texas AFL-CIO
Texas Apartment Association (TAA)
Texas Association for Bilingual Education (TABE)
Texas Association for College Admission Counseling
Texas Association of Businesses (TAB)
Texas Association of Chicanos in Higher Education (TACHE)
Texas Association of Mexican American Chambers of Commerce (TAMACC)
Texas Catholic Conference of Bishops
Texas Criminal Justice Coalition
Texas HOPE
Texas Impact
Texas LULAC
Texas NAACP
United We Dream
University Leadership Initiative
William C. Velasquez Institute (WCVI)
Workers’ Defense Project
Youth Empowerment Alliance
Youth Rise Texas

Source:  http://www.commonsenseimmigrationtx.org/who-we-are/trust-members/

California Guys in Favor of Sanctuary Cities

ACLU of California
Alliance San Diego
American Friends Service Committee – US/Mexico Border Program
Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus
Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Los Angeles
Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA)
California Immigrant Policy Center
California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance
California Labor Federation
California Partnership to End Domestic Violence
California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation
Canal Alliance
CARECEN – Lost Angeles
Centro Binacional Para El Desarrollo Indígena Oaxaqueño (CBDIO)
Centro Laboral de Graton
Centro Legal de la Raza
Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) Refugee and Immigration Ministries
Church World Service
Clergy and Laity for Economic Justice
Coalition for a Safe Berkeley
Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA)
Community Leadership Association
Day Worker Center of Mountain View
Dream Team Los Angeles
East Bay Sanctuary Covenant
Employee Rights Center
Enlace
Filipino Advocates for Justice
Fresno Immigrant Youth in Action (FIYA)
Immigrant Legal Resource Center
Interfaith Coalition for Immigrant Rights – Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity
Jobs with Justice San Francisco
Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area
Los Angeles County Federation of Labor
Los Angeles Immigrant Youth Coalition
Mi Familia Vota
Napa Valley Dream Team
National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON)
National Lawyers Guild
National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
National Immigration Law Center
North Bay Immigrant Youth Union (NBIYU)
North County Immigration Task Force
Orange County Immigrant Youth United
Pangea Legal Services
PICO California
Pilgrim United Church of Christ
Placer People of Faith Together (PPOFT)
Presente
Red Mexicana de Líderes y Organizaciones Migrantes
Sacramento Immigration Alliance
San Diego Immigrant Rights Consortium
SEIU United Services Workers West
Services, Immigrant Rights, and Educati.on Network (SIREN)
Silicon Valley De-Bug
Southern Border Communities Coalition (SBCC)
Street Level Health Project
Union Civica Primero de Mayo
Unite Farm Workers of America (UFW)
United Food and Commercial Workers – Local 770
United Methodist Church, Justice & Compassion Essential Ministries Team
We Belong Together

Source:  http://www.sanjoseinside.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/CA_Senator_sign-on-opposing-leg_7-28-15.pdf

Opponents of the “Enforce the Law for Sanctuary Cities Act”

The Advocates for Human Rights
AFL-CIO
African American Ministers In Action
Alliance for Citizenship
Alliance for Multicultural Community Services
American Civil Liberties Union
American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME)
American Immigration Lawyers Association
America’s Voice Education Fund
ASAAL
Asian Americans Advancing Justice-AAJC
Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund
Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA)
Center for Community Change (CCC)
Church World Service
Conference of Major Superiors of Men
Courage Campaign
DREAM ACTION COALITION
DREAMers’ Moms
Fair Immigration Reform Movement (FIRM)
Farmworker Justice
Franciscan Action Network
Grassroots Leadership
HIAS
Immigrant Justice Corps
Immigrant Legal Resource Center
Jobs With Justice
Latin America Working Group
The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights
League of United Latin American Citizens
Mi Familia Vota
NAAPIMHA
National Alliance of Latin American and Caribbean Communities (NALACC)
National Association of Social Workers
National Council of Asian Pacific Americans (NCAPA)
National Council of La Raza (NCLR)
National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON)
National Domestic Violence Hotline
National Education Association
National Employment Law Project
National Federation of Filipino American Associations (NaFFAA)
National Immigrant Justice Center
National Immigration Law Center
National Immigration Project
National Korean American Service and Education Consortium
National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health
National Latin@ Network: Casa de Esperanza
National LGBTQ Task Force Action Fund
National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
NETWORK, A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby
PICO National Network
Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
Red Mexicana de Lideres y Organizaciones Migrantes
Salvadoran American National Network (SANN)
Sisters of Mercy of the Americas
Sojourners
Southeast Asia Resource Action Center (SEARAC)
UDiON Foundation
UNITE HERE
United Methodist Church, General Board of Church and Society
Voto Latino
Alliance for a future
Alliance San Diego
Apna Ghar, Inc. (Our Home)
Arkansas United Community Coalition
Asian & Pacific Islander American Vote – Michigan
Asian American Civic Association
Asian American Organizing Project
Asian Law Alliance
Asian Pacific American Consortium on Substance Abuse
Asian Pacific Community in Action
AZAPIA Advocate
Cabrini Immigrant Services
Capital Area Immigrants’ Rights (CAIR) Coalition
Casa Latina
Chinese for Affirmative Action
Cleveland Jobs with Justice
Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA)
Colectiva Legal del Pueblo
Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto
Connecticut Students for a Dream
Conversations With Friends (MN)
El CENTRO de Igualdad y Derechos
Encuentro
Entre Hermanos
Equality New Mexico
Filipino Advocates for Justice
Florida Immigrant Coalition (FLIC)
Greater New York Labor-Religion Coalition
Greater Rochester Coalition for Immigration Justice
Iglesia Bautista central
Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
Immigrant Allies of Marshalltown
Immigrant Defenders Law Center
Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota
Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement
Jewish Community Action
Judson Memorial Church, NYC
KAN-WIN
Kids for College
Las Americas United Methodist Faith Community
Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition
Miami Workers Center
Michiana Immigration Coalition
MinKwon Center for Community Action
Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault
Missouri Immigrant and Refugee Advocates
MN Conference UCC Immigration Team
MoveOn.org – Michiana
New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice
New York Immigration Coalition
Northern Indiana Americans for Democratic Action
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
Ohio AAPI Advisory Council
OneAmerica
Pennsylvania Immigration Resource Center
PICO California
PLAN Action Fund
Progreso: Latino Progress Alliance
promise arizona
Public Counsel
Puentes: Advocacy, Counseling & Education
Rape Victim Advocates
Raza RoundTable Austin
Reformed Church of Highland Park
Russian-speaking Community Council of Manhattan and the Bronx
SAFEST
San Diego Immigrant Rights Consortium
San Francisco Jobs With Justice
Services, Immigrant Rights, and Education Network (SIREN)
Sin Huellas arts collective
Somos Mayfair
South Central Indiana Jobs With Justice
St. Joseph Valley Project Jobs With Justice
SW IA Latino Resource Center
Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition
United Families
Virginia Coalition for Immigrant Rights
Washington DREAM Act Coalition
Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO
Washington State Unitarian Universalist Voices for Justice
Wayne Action for Racial Equality
WeCount!

Source:  http://lulac.org/15_7_22_Sign_On_Letter_Opposing_H_R_3009-Enforce_the_Law_for_Sanctuary_Cities_Act_FINAL.pdf

Pennsylvania Guys Against Anti-Sanctuary City Bills

Conference Minister David Ackerman, Penn West Conference, United Church of Christ Refugee Volunteer Coordinator Sarah Aeschliman, West End Mennonite Fellowship Mrs. Kathleen Afflerbach, St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran
Rev. Katie Aikins, Tabernacle United Church

Ms. Patricia Allen, First church of the brethren
Lutheran Pastor Elinor Allison, Saint Luke’s Lutheran, Sunbury
Licensed Minister Maggie Alston Claud, Church of the Good Shepherd and Christ Church Cathedral
Sister Patricia Ash, Sisters of St. Joseph of Philadelphia
Elder Marc Averill, West End Mennonite Fellowship
Rev. Dr. Marcia Bailey, Calvary Baptist Church, Norristown, Pa
Reverend Marcia Bailey, First Baptist Church, Pottstown, PA
Justice and Peace Coordinator Faith Balawejder, Felician Sisters of North America
Marie Bambrick, Sisters of Saint Joseph
The Reverend Judith Beck, Retired: The Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania
Rabbi Nehama Benmosche, The Benmosche Project
Coordinator Erie Benedictines for Peace Sister Marlene Bertke, OSB, Benedictine Sisters of Erie
Rev. Sharron Blezard, Lower Susquehanna Synod, ELCA
Reverend William Bloom, United Christian Church ucclevittown.org
Rev. Curtis Book, Circle of Hope–Brethren in Christ
Reverend Curtis Book, Circle of Hope
Rev. Dr. Bruce Bouchard, United Church of Christ
Ordained Interfaith Minister Zemoria Brandon, First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia
Sister Sally Ann Brickner, Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes
Rev. (ret.) Raymond Brown, St. Paul’s United Church of Christ
Rev. Vickie Brown
Reverend Raymond Brown, (ret.), St. Paul’s United Church of Christ
Reverend Felicia Bruce, Interfaith Ministry
Church Planting Core Team Member Arthur Bucher, Circle of Hope Brethren in Christ Church

Bishop Pat Bumgardner, Metropolitan Community Churches
Rev. Dr. Geneva Butz, Tabernacle United
The Rev David Byerly, Grace Lutheran, Shamokin, PA
Rev. Dr. James Calderone, American Catholic Church in the United States Sister of Mercy Lucy Calvillo, Catholic

Social Action Coordinator United Methodist Women Ruth Carr, Temple UMC Director of Faith Formation Maryellen Carroll, Roman Catholic
Pastor Marta Castillo, Nueva Vida Norristown New Life Mennonite Church Sister Donna Cicalese, Sisters of St. Joseph

Sancuary Supporter John Cleaver, St. Vincent De Paul Parish Covenant Member Jane Clinton, Circle of Hope
Rev. Robert Coats, Open Circle Metropolitan Community Church Rev. Robert Coombe, First United Methodist Church of Germantown Sister Catherine Corrigan, Sisters of Saint Joseph

Public Advocacy Assistant John-Michael Cotignola-Pickens, PA Council of Churches Rabbi Meryl Crean, Mishkan Shalom
Sister Elaine Cullen, Sisters of Saint Joseph
The Reverend E. Clifford Cutler, Saint Paul’s Church

Rev. Dr. Beverly Dale, United Christian Church of Levittown
Mr. Robert Daub, Presbyterian
Sister Colleen Dauerbach SSJ, Sisters of Saint Joseph of Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia
Social Justice Coordinator Sister Colleen Dauerbach, SSJ, Sisters of Saint Joseph of Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, PA
Pastor Greg Davidson Laszakovits, Elizabethtown Church of the Brethren
Office Manager/Chaplain Ruth Davila, The Block Church
Deacon Hector Davila, The Block Church
Coordinator of Social Justice for IHM’s of Immaculata S. Rosemary Davis, Sisters of IHM, Immsaculata
Community Development and Education Program Coordinator Manuel DePaz, EBSC Associate in Ministry Carol Detweiler, New Hanover Lutheran Evangelical Church, Gilbertsville, PA
Reverend Melba Dibble, Pittsburgh Lutheran United Ministries
Deaconess Darlene DiDomineck, Methodist Federationfor Social Action
Sister Clare DiGregorio, Sisters of St. Joseph
Rev. Maureen Duffy-Guy, Trinityn & St. Peters, Tower City
Sister Barbara Einloth, Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill
Sunday School Teacher Lilliana Estrada, Jehovah-jireh Pentecostal Church, Inc.
Sister Sheila Falls, Sisters of St Joseph, Philadelphia
Sister Sheila Falls, Sisters of St Joseph, Chestnut Hill
Victoria Fanino, Sisters of Saint Joseph
Sister Mary Elizabeth Farrell, Sisters of St. Joseph, Chestnut Hill, PA
Rev. Michael Fischer, Country Meadows Retirement Communities
Sister Anne Myers Peg Fleming, Sisters of Saint Joseph
Ms. Jane Forry, Zion Evangelical Lutheran

Sister Madeline Franze, Sisters of St. Joseph, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia The Reverend Sharline Fulton, Retired Episcopal Priest
Sister Kathleen Gallagher, Sister of Charity
Director of Religious Education Alice Gallagher, Sisters of Saint Joseph Rev. Dr. Donald Green, St. John of Highlands Lutheran

Rabbi Julie Greenberg, Congregation Leyv Ha-Ir~Heart of the City Mr. Joseph Hassan, Catholic
AD Helgaleena Healingline, White Rabbit Grove RDNA
Teacher Caroline Heffner, Sister of St. Joseph

Rev. Dr. Wayne Heintzelman, Faith Lutheran, Mt.Penn/Christ Lutheran, Reading Reverend Lester Helmeczi, Christ Church UCC
Reverend Lorie Hershey, West Philadelphia Mennonite Fellowship
Deacon Holly Hoffman, MD, St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran

Pastor Julie Hoke, Circle of Hope
Co-President United Methodist Women Eastern Pa Conference Gladys B Hubbard Hubbatd, United Methodist Church
Sister Patrice Hughes, Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill
Member Jean M. Hunsberger, Souderton Brethren in Christ Church
Sister Virginia Jenkins, Sisters of St. Joseph
Bishop Peggy Johnson, Eastern PA Conference of the UM Church
The Rev. Richard Jorgensen, Lower Susquehanna Synod- ELCA
Sisters of Mercy Associate Ann Marie Judson, Catholic
Pastor Jay Fredrick Kauffman, Franconia Mennonite Conference
Rev. Del Keeney, Mechanicsburg Church of the Brethren
Deacon Michael Kelly, St. Bernadette Parish
Sister Patricia Kelly, Sisters of Saint Joseph, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia
Rev. Dr. Paul Koch, Pittsburgh Lutheran United Ministries
Rabbi Nancy Kreimer, Reconstructionist Rabbinical College
Rev. Marissa Krey, Lutheran Church of God’s Love, Newtown, PA
Rev. Dr. Stephen Kriss, Philadelphia Praise Center
Clerk Nancy Krody, Collenbrook United Church, Drexel Hill
Sister Rose Patrice Kuhn, IHM
Sister of Saint Joseph Maria Lannutti, SSJ Philadelphia
Elder Jody Lantz, Thrive International Programs
Rabbi Alan LaPayover
Sunday School Teacher Ana Lapp, Mine Road Amish Mennonite
None Wendy Larson, Crossroads
Rev. Burlington Latshaw, III, St. John’s Lutheran, Hamburg, Pa.
Reverend Megan LeCluyse, Christian Association at UPenn
The Rev. Matthew Lenahan, Zion Lutheran Church
Reverend Joe Leonard, West Kensington Ministry
Reverend Joe Leonard, Central Baptist Church
Sister Kathleen Letts, Sisters of St.Joseph
Rabbi Sarra Lev

Rabbi Mordechai Liebling, Reconstructionist Rabbinical College
Hispanic Pastoral Minister Sr. Karen Lindenberger, St. Anthony/All Saints
Rev. Donald Lindman, Retired
Sister Dominica Lo Bianco, Sisters of St. Francis of Phuladelphia
Sister Mary Norbert Long, Sisters of Charity
Sister Patricia Loughrey, Sisters of St. Joseph
Pastor Kenneth A. Love, Alpha/Omega House Ministries
Rev. Karen Lundwall, Immanuel Lutheran Church, Erie, PA
President Carol Lytch, Lancaster Theological Seminary
Sister Kathleen Mackerer, Sisters of St. Joseph
Reverend Sandra Mackie, Retired
Co-Chair of Immigration Justice, UUPLAN Yvonne Marlier, Unitarian Universalist of Germantown
Judith Marvin, Ist Presbyterian Church, Lewisburg
Sister Cathy McGowan, SSJ, Sisters of St. Joseph
President of Trustees John McGrath, Arch Street United Methodist Church
Sister Margaret Mary McLaughlin, Sisters of St. Joseph
Sister Claire Mcnichol, Sisters of St. Joseph
Bishop Charlie McNutt, Retired
Sister Elizabeth McVeigh, SSJ of Philadelphia
Rev. Fredrica Meitzen, retired, Lutheran Pastor
Reverend Paul Metzloff, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
Pastor Raymond Miller, St. John, Quakertown
Rev. Craig Miller, Upper Susquehanna Synod
Sister Dolores Moriarty, Sisters of St. Joseph
Mr. Robert Moyer, Deep Run East Mennonite Church
Brother Robert Moyer, Deep Run East Mennonite Church
Sister Antoinette Munafo, Sisters of St. Joseph
The Rev. Dr. Alex and Nancy Nagy, St. Andrew’s by the Sea
Rev. Christian Nickels, Spring Mount Mennonite Church
Reverend Wayne Nitzsche, Perkasie Mennonite Church
Sister Mary Norbert Long, Sisters of Charity Reverend  Debra  North,  St.  John’s  Lutheran
Sister Patricia O’Donnell, Sisters of Saint Joseph
The Rev. Dr. Mark Oldenburg, Gettysburg Lutheran Seminary
Father John Olenick, Visitation BVM
Ms. Nora ONeill, St Vincent’s
Rev. Dennis Orsen, Emmanuel Lutheran Church
Sister Mary Lou Palas, Sisters of Charity
Sister Mary Lou Palas, Sisters of Charity
Reverend Lynn Parks, Oxford Circle Mennonite Church
Rev. Dr. Gabriele Parks, UU Congregation of Centre County
Member Harilal Patel, Hindu
Rector / Pastor / Rev. J. Patrick Peters, Saint Paul Episcopal Church

Ministry Support Council Moderator Chad Pilling, West Kensington Ministry Simple Layman Keith Pitts, Glad Tidings
Sacristan Pauline Plefka, Sisters of St. Joseph
Sister Ellen Poist, Sister of St. Joseph

Rabbi Patricia Quigley, Mishkan Shalom
Rabbi Michael Ramberg, Ursinus College
Sister Rose A. Reda, Sisters of Saint Joseph Rev. Edgar Reed, Quickel Lutheran, York
Ms. Martha Reeves, Lancaster Friends Meeting Congregant Bethany Reiff, West End Mennonite Sister Marie Rein, SSJ

Rev. David Reppert, Emanuel United Church of Christ
Sister Joan Ricca, Sisters of St. Joseph of Philadelphia
Charles Rihm, Blessed Trinity Catholic Church
Pastor Lillian Rosa, Jehovah-jireh Pentecostal Church
Leadership Councilor Natalie Rossi, Sisters of Mercy New York Pennsylvania Pacific West Pastor Gary Roth, Retired

Chair, St. James Social Justice and Peace Committee, Joyce Rothermel, St. James RC Church, W ilkins burg
Pastor David Rowe, Jerusalem Lutheran Church
Member Kyle Sakamoto, UCC

Sister Lawrence Elizabeth Sandoli, Sisters of St.Joseph, Philadelphia Daniel Sauder, West End Mennonite Fellowship
Sister Gloria Schaab, Sisters of Saint Joseph of Philadelphia
Rev. Robert Schaefer, The Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Monroeville Reverend Mary Schmotzer, Shiloh United Church of Christ

Religious Sister Anna Louise Schuck, SSJ, Sisters of St. Joseph
General Council Member Sister Susan Seeby, Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes
Cantor Henry Shapiro, Parkway Jewish Center, Wilkins Twp, pa
Rev. Marian Shearer, Calvary United Church of Christ, Reading
Pastor Dane Skilbred, Trinity Lutheran Church, Lansdale, PA
Reverend Buena Smith Dudley, United Council of Churches
Adult Education Chair Heather Speirs, First Unitarian Church
Pastor Roger Steiner, Penn-Zion’s Lutheran Church
Rabbi George Stern, Germantown Jewish Centre
Reverend Melissa Stoller, Zion Lutheran Church
Rev.Joyce Stoltzfus,ElizabethtownChurchoftheBrethren
Rev. Sandra Strauss, Pennsylvania Council of Churches/Market Square Presbyterian Church Pastor Brad Stutzman, Mt. Rock Church
The Rev. Robert Swartz, Mannsville Lutheran Church, Elliottsburg
Rabbi Daniel Swartz, Temple Hesed
Board of Trustees Mukaram Syed, Islamic Community Center of Lancaster
Leader Hugh Taft-Morales, Philadelphia Ethical Society
Pastor Nancy Thayer, Central Baptist Church

Rev. Linda Theophilus, Emmanuel Lutheran Church
Chair of Worship Joan Thomas, Presbyterian
Director, SSJ Welcome Center, Connie Trainor, Sisters of Saint Joseph
Pastor Dona Van Eck, St. Andrew Lutheran
Sister Janice Vanderneck
Activist Member Barbara Vanhorn, UUPLAN
Sister Rose Wagner, Sister of St. Joseph
Pastor Maurine Waun, East Suburban Unitarian Universalist Church
Covenant Member Gwyneth White, Circle of Hope
Cell Leader Sarah White, Circle of Hope
Teaching Pastor Gwen White, Circle of Hope, Philadelphia
Rev. Charlotte Whiting, Salem United Church of Christ of Rohrerstown, Lancaster, PA Campus Pastor Ben Wideman, University Mennonite/3rd Way Collective
Bishop Nancy Wilson, Metropolitan Community Churches
Rabbi Alissa Wise, Jewish Voice for Peace
Member Karen Wolfe, First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia
Sister Anne Wood, Sisters of St. Joseph
Reverend D John Woodcock, International Council of Community Churches
Rev. Gregory Wright, Plymouth Congregational UCC
Spiritual Director Sandra Yeager, Lancaster Metaphysical Chapel
Sister Rose Yeager, St. Veronica Roman Catholic Church
Associate in Ministry Thomas Yenser, Atonement Lutheran Church, Wyomissing, PA Spiritual Assembly Member Behzad Zandieh, Baha’i Community of Harrisburg
Rabbi Shawn Zevit, Mishkan Shalom
Ms. Jennifer Zollner, Montpelier Sangha

Source:  http://sanctuaryphiladelphia.org/200-pa-clergy-deliver-letter-opposing-anti-sanctuary-bill-hb-1885/

PEP-Comm Opponents

Rev. Wilma Jakobsen, St Jude’s
Fr. Robert Brocato, St. Mary Gilroy
Pastor John Sullivan, People of HOPE Lutheran Church
Fr. Jon Pedigo, Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish
Bob Fields, Catholic Worker
Diane Juellich, St Julie Billiart
Ann Mcentee, St. John Vianney catholic community
Rev. Nancy Palmer Jones, First Unitarian Church of San Jose
Rev. Michael-Ray Mathews, PICO National Network
Pastor Debbie Weatherspoon, Los Altos United Methodist
Rev. Nancy Schell, Westminster Presbyterian
Rev. Jennifer Goto, St. Paul’s United Methodist Church
Rev. Jethroe Moore II, SJ/SV NAACP
Rev. Steven P Brown, St John Vianney Catholic Church
Pastor Dale Weatherspoon, Good Samaritan United Methodist Church
Pastor Brenda Vaca, United Methodist Church, National Plan for Hispanic/Latino Ministry
Fr. Bob Fambrini, Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church
Rev. Ani Missirian-Dill, La Trinidad United Methodist Church

Source:  http://sccgov.iqm2.com/Citizens/FileOpen.aspx?Type=4&ID=140885

Guys Supporting Sanctuary Cities in Miami-Dade County

ACLU of Florida; American Friends Service Committee; Americans for Immigrant Justice; AILA South Florida Chapter; Advocacy Partners Team, Inc.; Catalyst Miami; Catholic Legal Services; Centro Campesino Farmworker Center; Community Justice Project; Dream Defenders; Emerge USA; FANM/Haitian Women of Miami; Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Miami Chapter; Florida Immigrant Coalition; Immigration Law & Litigation Group; Kurzban, Kurzban, Weinger, Tetzeli & Pratt, P.A.; LatinoJustice PRLDEF; Miami-Dade Progressive Caucus; Miami Workers Center; Mijente; National Day Laborer Organizing Network; National Lawyers Guild, South Florida Chapter; New Florida Majority; Power U Center for Social Change; Rise Up Florida!; SEIU Florida; SLAY Our Vote; South Florida Interfaith Worker Justice; Southern Poverty Law Center; University of Miami School of Law’s Immigration Clinic; United Families United We Dream; Veterans Bar Association; We Count!; and We Belong Together

Source:  http://www.miaminewtimes.com/content/printView/9121073

Guys Against Anti-sanctuary City Bills in Wisconsin

Madison City Council member Shiva Bidar Sielaff

Source:  http://www.wpr.org/immigrants-speak-out-against-bill-targeting-sanctuary-cities

Voces de la Frontera (VDLF)

Source:  https://hngwiusa.wordpress.com/2016/02/02/wi-latinos-to-protest-anti-immigrant-bills-ab-450-and-sb-533-in-madison/

Groups Opposing President Trump’s Plan to Fund Deportations

National

Adjunct Justice
African American Ministers In Action (AAMIA)
Alliance for Citizenship
America’s Voice Education Fund
American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee
American Civil Liberties Union
American Immigration Lawyers Association
Amnesty International USA
Asian Americans Advancing Justice – AAJC
Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance, AFL-CIO (APALA)
Asian Pacific Institute on Gender Based Violence
Black Alliance for Just Immigration
Capuchin Franciscan Province of St. Joseph, Justice, Peace, and Integrity of Creation Office Catholic Charities
Center for American Progress
Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) Refugee and Immigration Ministries
Church World Service
Coalition on Human Needs
Codepink
Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES)
Community Initiatives for Visiting Immigrants in Confinement (CIVIC)
Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd, US Provinces
Council on American Islamic Relations
Demos
Detention Watch Network
Earthjustice
Fair Immigration Reform Movement (FIRM)
Faith in Public Life
Farmworker Justice
Food Empowerment Project
Franciscan Action Network
Friends Committee on National Legislation
HIAS
Hispanic Federation
Immigrant Legal Resource Center
Indivisible
Interfaith Worker Justice
International Rescue Committee
Jewish Voice for Peace
Jobs With Justice
Justice Strategies
Latin America Working Group
Latino Victory Fund
Leadership Conference of Women Religious
League of United Latin American Citizens
Medical Mission Sisters
Mi Familia Vota
MomsRising/MamásConPoder
Muslim Public Affairs Council
National Advocacy Center of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd
National Alliance to End Sexual Violence
National Black Justice Coalition
National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development (CAPACD)
National Council of Asian Pacific Americans (NCAPA)
National Council of Churches
National Council of Jewish Women
National Council of La Raza
National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON)
National Employment Law Project
National Immigrant Justice Center
National Immigration Law Center
National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild
National Justice for Our Neighbors
National Korean American Service & Education Consortium (NAKASEC)
National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health
National Latina/o Psychological Association
National LGBTQ Task Force Action Fund
National Network to End Domestic Violence
National Partnership for New Americans
National Tongan American Society
National Wesleyan Church
National Women’s Law Center
Network Lobby for Catholic Social Justice
Nicaragua Center for Community Action
Our Revolution
Partnership for Working Families
Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
Provincial Council Clerics of St. Viator (Viatorians)
Queer Detainee Empowerment Project
Service Employees International Union (SEIU)
SEIU Local 2015 Advisory Committee
Sisters of the Precious Blood
SiX Action
South Asian Americans Leading Together
Southeast Asian Resource Action Center (SEARAC) Southern Border Communities Coalition UndocuBlack Network
Unitarian Universalist Association
Unitarian Universalist Service Committee
Unitarian Universalist Refugee & Immigrant Services & Education (UURISE) United Church of Christ, Justice and Witness Ministries
United Farm Workers of America
United Food and Commercial Workers International Union
United Methodist Church, General Board of Church and Society
United We Dream
Voto Latino
W. Haywood Burns Institute
We Belong Together
Women’s Refugee Commission
YWCA USA
State and Local
Abuse Counseling and Treatment Inc.
Acting in Community Together in Organizing Northern Nevada (ACTIONN) Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice
Alianza
Alliance San Diego
Allies of Knoxville’s Immigrant Neighbors (AKIN)
Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence
Arkansas Coalition Against Sexual Assault
Arkansas United Community Coalition
Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Atlanta
Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Chicago
Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Los Angeles
Asian Community Development Council
Asian Law Alliance
Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council
Asian Services In Action
Atlas: DIY
Austin Tan Cerca de la Frontera
Cabrini Immigrant Services of NYC
California Coalition Against Sexual Assault
California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation
Campbell Adult and Community Education
Casa Latina
Casa de Maryland
Catherine Cobb Safe House
Catholic Charities of West TN
Catholic Committee of the South
Causa Oregon
Center for Abuse and Rape Emergencies, Inc.
Center for Latino Progress (CPRF)
Central American Resource Center D.C. (CARECEN)
Central Pacific Conference of the United Church of Christ
Centro Latino Americano
Chicago Religious Leadership Network on Latin America (CRLN)
Child & Family Services of Southwestern Michigan, Inc.
Christ United Methodist Ministry Center
Church of Our Saviour/La Iglesia de Nuestro Salvador
Church Women United in New York State
Cleveland Jobs with Justice
Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA)
Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition
Colorado Licenses Committee
Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto
Community Resources of Fayette County, Inc.
Connecticut Alliance to End Sexual Violence
Connecticut Bail Fund
Connecticut Immigrant Rights Alliance
D.C.-Maryland Justice for Our Neighbors
Dolores Street Community Services
Dominican Sisters, Grand Rapids
East Tennessee Jobs with Justice
El Centro de Igualdad y Derechos
El Monte Wesleyan Church
Encuentro New Mexico
End Domestic Abuse WI
Equality California
Erie Neighborhood House
Farmworker Association of Florida, Inc.
Florida Council Against Sexual Violence
Franciscans for Justice
Franciscan Peace Center
Friends of Broward Detainees
Friends for Democracy
Gethsemane Lutheran Church
Grassroots Alliance for Immigrant Rights
Grassroots Leadership
Greater New York Labor-Religion Coalition
Greater Rochester Coalition for Immigration Justice
Hana Center
Hilton Head for Peace
Hispanic American Community Education and Services (HACES)
Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama
Hope Border Institute
Huerto de la Familia
Human Rights Initiative of North Texas
Iglesia del Nazareno
Immigrant Defenders Law Center
Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project
Immigrant Legal Center of Boulder County
International Institute of New England
Iowa Coalition Against Sexual Assault
Jane Doe Inc., the Massachusetts Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Jewish Family Service of San Diego
Justice for Our Neighbors Southeastern Michigan
Kentucky Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
Kino Border Initiative
Korean Resource Center
La Unión del Pueblo Entero (LUPE)
Las Cruces Community Initiatives for Visiting Immigrants in Confinement (CIVIC)
Latin America Solidarity Organization
Latin American Legal Defense and Education Fund
Latinas Unidadas por un Nuevo Amanecer Iowa (LUNA)
Long Island Jobs with Justice
Louisiana Foundation Against Sexual Assault
Lowcountry Immigration Coalition
Maine Coalition Against Sexual Assault
Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault
Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition Massachusetts Law Reform Institute
Michigan Coalition to End Domestic & Sexual Violence
Migrant and Immigrant Community Action Project (MICA)
Migrant Rights Collective
Mission Graduates
Missouri Immigrant and Refugee Advocates
Mixteco/Indigena Community Organizing Project
Mujer, Inc.
Nebraska Appleseed Center for Law in the Public Interest
Nebraska Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence
New Jersey Alliance for Immigrant Justice
New Jersey Coalition Against Sexual Assault
New Mexico Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs, Inc.
New Mexico Immigrant Law Center
New Sanctuary Movement of Philadelphia
New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault
North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault
North Carolina Council of Churches
Northern Illinois Justice for Our Neighbors
Northern Valley Catholic Social Service
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence
OneAmerica
OneJustice
Orange County Communities Organized for Responsible Development Pangea Legal Services
Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape
Philadelphia Japanese American Citizens League
Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada
Project HELP, Inc.
Public Counsel
Rape Crisis Center
Rape Crisis Center of Summit and Medina Counties
Reformed Church of Highland Park
Refuge House, Inc.
Refugio del Rio Grande
Rhode Island Interfaith Coalition to Reduce Poverty
San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program, Inc.
San Luis Valley Immigrant Resource Center
School Sisters of Notre Dame, CP Corporate Responsibility Committee Scott Shelter Society
Services, Immigrant Rights, and Education Network (SIREN) Sisters of Charity of New York
Sisters of Mercy of the Americas, Institute Justice Team Sisters of Mercy West Midwest Community
Sisters of St. Francis, Justice Peace and Integrity of Creation Commission Sisters of St. Francis of the Neumann Communities
Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia, JPIC Committee
Skagit Immigrant Rights Council
South Asian Fund For Education,Scholarship and Training (SAFEST)
South Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Southern California Immigration Project
St. John of God
St. Joseph Valley Project Jobs with Justice
Survivors, Inc.
Survivors of Torture, International
Tennessee Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence
Texas Association Against Sexual Assault
Texas Organizing Project
Unidad Latina en Acción (ULA)
Unitarian Universalist Church in Meriden, Social Justice Council Unitarian Universalist Legislative Ministry of New Jersey United for a New Economy
University Leadership Initiative
Vermont Network Against Domestic and Sexual Violence
Vida Legal Assistance Inc.
Virginia Coalition for Immigrant Rights
VN TeamWork, Inc.
Washington Defender Association’s Immigration Project
Wind of the Spirit Immigrant Resource Center
Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault
Women Helping Women
Women’s Center, Inc.
Women’s Center of Jacksonville
Women’s Resource Center, Inc.
Worker Justice Center of NY, Inc.
Young Immigrants in Action
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