Texas: Know Your Rights, Know Your Power!

« Resources Know Your Power and fight back against SB4 Scenarios Scenarios What is SB4? SB4 is an anti-immigrant bill that was passed in the Texas legislature. As of March 25, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has blocked SB4 — the racist, xenophobic “Deportation Law” passed by Texas Republicans. Once in effect, SB4, Texas’ […]

Local Policy Guide

Local governments are key to protecting and safeguarding the rights of all community members and advancing the agency of their immigrant residents. UWD and ILRC’s Local Policy Guide describes examples of local policies from across the country that help protect immigrants from deportation by: (1) reducing arrests, (2) protecting constitutional rights, (3) appropriating resources wisely, […]

Know Your Rights: A Guide for Immigrants

« Resources Know Your Rights ICE and CBP might not respect our rights, but they cannot take away our POWER. Use these resources to learn about your rights and express them in case you have an encounter with an immigration official. Scenarios Immigration Agents Come to Your Home Prepare Yourself Fill out your preparedness plan […]

For UndocuLeaders Participating in Protest

As you get ready to attend, remember the core goal of this moment is to demand justice for the Black lives lost through police brutality. We are here to echo the Movement for Black Lives’ demands to defund the police and create concrete systemic change for Black lives.  Even if the media claims immigration agencies […]

Top 6 Digital Safety Tips for Undocumented Folks

For immigrants, Black and indigenous people of color, our families, and our friends, it is important to keep our personal information out of the hands of those who want to harm us. Remember, we are in the work of protecting people, not property.  1) Don’t engage with unknown hateful and racist accounts. You will not move […]

5 Things You Should Know About Trans & Queers in Detention

Detention and deportations are a harm the entire community, and this is especially true for those who fall under the Risk Classification Assessment (RCA), which include pregnant women, HIV+ people, LGBT individuals, people with disabilities, and chronic illness. 1) Detention Placement The protocol to consider housing for detainees is not decided on self assessed gender, […]

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.