Campaign for Immigrant Justice engages immigrant and non-immigrant faith and community leaders in creating a community environment in New York that reduces social, political, and economic (i.e. wages, housing) exclusion based on experiences of migration and promotes a higher quality of life (i.e. representation and access to services) while respecting and celebrating the cultural, economic, educational, and religious contributions from immigrants in our city, state and nation. We are a part of PICO National Network’s LA RED Campaign.
Immigrant voting power and dignity as a part of healthy democratic society, connecting communities immigrant rights and opportunities, and confronting the ways immigration status is used to divide us.
Passing of Municipal ID law (IDNYC) in New York City.
Secured a pledge of $1.2 million in emergency relief funds for undocumented Sandy victims
Successfully reunited Miguel Calle with family after being in immigration detention.
New York Immigration Coalition (NYIC)
New York Coalition Expanding Voting Rights (EVR)
New York State Interfaith Network for Immigration Reform