Organizations in Your Community
Educators, community organizers and civic leaders interested in engaging your community with service learning projects? Find local organizations committed to immigrant rights, integration and social justice. Please let the Community Education Center know about the projects you are working on in your communities so we can highlight them by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and don't forget to check out our community grant program for grants from $100-$500 dollars to develop and implement service learning projects.
If your organization would like to be added to this list please email email@example.com.
President Obama is calling for a national conversation on immigration reform that builds a bipartisan consensus to fix our broken immigration system so it works for America’s 21st century economy and security needs, but he can’t do it alone. That is why we are asking you and other Americans, including business leaders, faith leaders, law enforcement leaders and all Americans that understand that we cannot continue to live with the broken system the way it is – to continue the conversation in your community by hosting a roundtable. Host an Immigration Action roundtable in your community, and if you’d like - ask someone from the Administration to participate.
Angel Island Association
Asian Pacific American Legal Center of Southern California
California Pan-Ethnic Health Network
Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law
Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights in Los Angeles
Equal Rights Advocates
Immigrant Legal Resource Center
Immigrant Solidarity Network
International Rescue Committee - Los Angeles
International Rescue Committee - San Diego
International Rescue Committee - San Francisco
International Rescue Committee - San Jose
Merage Foundation for the American Dream
Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund
National Immigration Law Center
National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
The League of Young Voters - San Francisco
Tomás Rivera Policy Institute
Youth United for Community Action
District of Columbia
America's Promise Alliance
Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc.
International Rescue Committee - Washington
Justice for Immigrants
National Asian Pacific American Legal Consortium
The National Association for Bilingual Education
National Council of La Raza
National Federation of Filipino American Associations
National Immigration Forum
Southeast Asia Research Action Center
The Urban Institute
The Field Museum - Center for Cultural Understanding and Change
Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
Instituto Del Progreso Latino
Interfaith Worker Justice
Jane Addams Hull House Association
The Advocates for Human Rights
Chicano Latino Affairs Council
CLUES - Comunidades Latinas Unidas En Servicio
Council on Asian Pacific Minnesotans
HACER-Hispanic Advocacy and Community Empowerment through Research
Lao Family Community of Minnesota, Inc.
The Somali Action Alliance
African Services Committee
American Civil Liberties Union - Immigrants' Rights Freedom Network
Asian American Legal and Defense Education Fund
Do Something, Inc.
Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society
Human Rights First
Human Rights Watch
International Center for Migration, Ethnicity, and Citizenship
International Rescue Committee - New York
Latino Justice PRLDEF
The League of Young Voters
Lesbian and Gay Immigration Rights Taskforce
National Coalition for Haitian Rights
National Korean American Service and Education Consortium
New York Immigration Coalition
The Statue of Liberty - Ellis Island Foundation, Inc.
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