The following groups are additional sources of support:
CHHAYA Community Development Corporation
Advocates for the housing needs of New York City’s South Asian community.
DRUM – Desis Rising Up and Moving
Advocates for South Asian, low-wage immigrant workers, youth, and families in New York City to win economic and educational justice, and civil and immigrant rights.
Immigrant Families Together
Reunites mothers and their children by providing pro bono legal representation, bond, and ongoing support after release.
International Socialist Organization
Participates in struggles for justice and liberation, while working toward a future socialist society, free of all exploitation and oppression, and built on the principles of solidarity and democracy.
Jews for Racial & Economic Justice
Organizes and mobilizes New York’s Jewish community to fight for racial and economic justice through campaigns, programs and actions.
Make the Road New York
Builds the power of immigrant and working class communities to achieve dignity and justice through legal and survival services, education, community organizing, and policy innovation.
New Sanctuary Coalition – NYC
Stands publicly in solidarity with families and communities resisting detention and deportation, with a specific focus of preserving family unity, and reforms immigration enforcement, detention, and deportation practices and policies, both locally and nationally. Offers accompaniment programs, legal clinics, bond funds, and organizes sanctuary congregations.
Queens Neighborhoods United
Community-based organization (Jackson Heights, Corona, and Elmhurst) that establishes democratic control over land use, policing, and immigration policies that directly impact us, our families, homes, businesses, places of work, and neighborhoods.
Queer Detainee Empowerment Project
Post-release support, detention center visitation, direct service, and community organizing project that works with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Queer, Two Spirit, Trans, Intersex, Gender Non-Conforming, and HIV+ (LGBTQIA* GNC TS) immigrant prisoners and their families currently in detention centers, those that have been recently released from detention centers, and those at risk at entering immigration detention in the Tri-State Area (Connecticut, New Jersey, New York).
National organization fighting in our workplaces, communities, and campuses against the exploitation and injustices people face every day, including racism and attacks on immigrants.
United We Dream
National immigrant youth-led organization building campaigns–at the local, state, and federal level–to create justice and dignity for immigrants. UWD has developed MigraWatch Hotline (844-363-1423) to report ICE or CBP activities in your neighborhood; Notifica app (https://notifica.us/) for immigrants to develop a preparedness plan to notify people in a trusted network if faced with a situation with ICE; and an ICE and CBP Abuse Tracker with up-to-date documentation (https://unitedwedream.org/the-truth-about-ice-and-cbp/ice-and-cbp-abuse-tracker/)
Worker’s Justice Project/Proyecto Justicia Laboral
Brooklyn–based immigrant workers’ rights organization committed to build worker power to win better working conditions.