Raising Our Voices, Organizing for Human Rights
Communities from New York to New Mexico, from Arizona to North Carolina are lifting their voices and telling their stories of organizing for justice and human rights.
Read exerpts from stories of racial profiling and police collaboration documented by Western North Carolina’s 100 Stories Project here.
NNIRR’s 2009-2010 Chronology of Abuses shows the alarming and devastating impacts of immigration policies on families, workers, and communities.
From the womb to the workplace, members of our communities face vile persecution and are routinely subjected to harassment and racial profiling by police, often resulting in detention and deportation. Read snapshots of their stories here.
Other stories reported to HURRICANE through the 100 Stories Project include:
- Michigan-based Washtenaw Interfaith Coalition for Immigrant Rights documented some 158 cases of abuse reported between March 2008 and June 2010.
- The Inland Empire Rapid Response Network with the Pomona Economic Opportunities Center documented over 30 Border Patrol and police raids in San Bernardino and Riverside counties between December 2008 and June 2009.