Day of Resilience

Honor our resilience - send a message of kinship, care, and joy.

Grab your free postcards

This year we’ve teamed up with 3 artists to create artworks that not only celebrate our immigrant communities’ current resilience, but honor the resilience of our ancestors who have fought for a more just, multi-racial society in which all people can thrive.

Download your ✨Free✨ Wallpapers!

Participate in Immigrant Day of Resilience!

Order Your Postcards

Fill out the form above with your details to request your free postcards. You should receive them within 3-5 business days.

Mail Your Postcards

Once you receive your postcards in the mail, choose three people to send the postcards to. Don't forget the stamp!

Share with us!

Don't forget to snap a photo of your postcards or you mailing the postcards and share/tag @unitedwedream!

About Immigrant Day of Resilience

On April 15, 2021, United We Dream celebrated our first ever Immigrant Day of Resilience — a day inspired by Trans Day of Remembrance, adapted to honor immigrant families & communities who persevere and embody practices of collective care in the face of anti-immigrant policies.

This day will serve to honor the resilience of immigrant communities who have been impacted by detention, deportation, police brutality, and COVID-19. We want to shower our community with love and honor our stories.

Meet the Artists

Devon Blow

Josue Baltezar

TK Dinh

Honor an Immigrant Loved One

On April 15th, 2022, United We Dream will be celebrating Immigrant Day of Resilience.

Our immigrant communities are resilient because we are inherently worthy of our humanity and purpose. So, We want to shower our community with love and honor our stories. Have an immigrant loved one who YOU want to honor on this day? Share with us!

→ Submit the name of an immigrant who you want to honor or memorialize on this day, along with the state or territory they reside in.

Honor your immigrant loved one and submit their name!

This March marks 21 years of ICE CBP & DHS terrorizing our immigrant communities.

Ever since their creation, ICE and CBP have targeted, detained, abused and deported immigrants while separating loved ones and tearing apart communities. Donate 21 dollars to help us fight back against the 21 years of terror.