Come see NCRP out in the field
October 6, 2021
Over the last few weeks, we collectively and viscerally witnessed the cruelty and violence that Black migrants have been experiencing at the U.S.- Mexico border and across the region for decades. As urgent humanitarian efforts are underway to support Haitian and other asylum seekers in Texas by frontline leaders, it’s clear that the deterrence first policy is morally repugnant and failing.
In this crucial moment, we must center Black voices and power for migrant and racial justice. For decades, Black migrant leaders have built resilient organizations to support their communities and create opportunities for leadership and capacity-building.
Join us for an emergency call from 11-12:30 pm ET this Wednesday, October 6 to explore how to best uplift these efforts and advance power-building strategies for migrant and racial justice.
Co-sponsors: Unbound Philanthropy, NCRP, Hispanics in Philanthropy, Funders for Justice & Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees.
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