House Republicans Release Immigration Reform Principles

Raleigh, NC – On Thursday, House Republicans released their principles for immigration reform in an encouraging step towards fixing our nation’s broken immigration system. Unfortunately, the principles fall short of what is needed to create a roadmap for hard-working agricultural workers currently living in America to become full citizens of the nation they feed. “Our […]

Farm Worker Leaders Fight for Immigration Reform. Join them!

On Tuesday, October 28th, YAYAs and NFWM supporters joined more than 200 individuals, congregated in Orlando, FL, to call on Speaker Boehner to push the immigration reform bill amongst House representatives. Folks traversed the streets of downtown Orlando chanting, “Que Queremos? Reforma! Cuando? Ahora! (What do we want? Immigration reform! When? NOW!)” At the end […]

Harvesting Justice with NFWM

“The fight is never about grapes or lettuce. It is always about people.” – Cesar Chavez As I rounded the corner onto the National Mall, I could feel the energy of the crowd as thousands of people made their way to the stage to hear Camino Americano play a benefit concert in support of comprehensive […]

Sign the Letter to Oppose the Harmful Guest Worker Legislation HR 1773

Thank you to NFWM’s 14 member organizations who signed Farmworker Justice’s letter opposing Chairman Goodlatte’s bill, HR 1773, a drastic guest worker bill that slashes provisions already in place in our imperfect H-2A guest worker system. Now we need individuals like YOU to sign on so that Congress will hear our voices loud and clear: […]

Camino Americano: March and Concert for Immigrant Dignity and Respect!

Join our Executive Director, Rev. Lindsay C. Comstock and other farm worker leaders on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. on October 8th for Camino Americano: March and Concert for Immigrant Dignity and Respect! When: Tuesday, October 8th from 12:30pm to 6:00pm Where: 10th Avenue at the National Mall in Washington, D.C. Why: Every day […]

May 1: March and Vigil for Immigrant, Civil and Human Rights

United Methodist Women and Local Advocacy Groups Gather in St. Louis on May 1 to Call for Immigrant, Civil and Human Rights

On Saturday, May 1, 2010, thousands of United Methodist Women, in St. Louis for their Quadrennial Assembly, and key St. Louis community groups will march from America’s Center to Kiener Plaza and participate in a public faith-based vigil for immigrant, civil and human rights. Bishop Minerva Carcaño, chair of the United Methodist Task Force on Immigration, will lead the event.

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