Are Sanctuary Cities in Danger? A Feet in 2 Worlds Podcast “Sanctuary” communities are under attack from the White House. Under an executive order issued on January 25th, the Federal government declares that it will “to the extent consistent with law” and public safety withhold Federal grants to cities, towns, counties and states that protect undocumented […]
Please check prof. Alexandra Delano’s essay on the timely issue of Sanctuary Campus: Resistance and Protection Within and Beyond the University.
Check the article here.
Check this new resource from the Immigrant Legal Resource Center, an analysis of county-wide voluntary assistance with deportations across the US.
Urgent Call To All New School Students: Sanctuary Banner to Protect Immigrants, Other Targeted Populations
The call, from a coalition of individuals and groups working alongside the official New Sanctuary Coalition NYC, is for a graphic design that would convincingly convey the principles and politics of the Sanctuary project to all. The design (to be used on pins, stickers, posters, etc.) will be posted by organizations, institutions or individuals that want to demonstrate their support for […]
Check the Educators for Fair Consideration’s 2016-2017 Scholarship Materials. Now, more than ever, it is important for immigrant students to know that— regardless of their immigration status—they are eligible for many scholarships! This year, E4FC has added 90 new scholarships to the undergraduate and graduate scholarship databases. Over 80% of these scholarships are open to students regardless of […]
IMMIGRATION POST-ELECTION Q & A: DACA Students, “Sanctuary Campuses, ” and Institutional or Community Assistance (ACE Briefing)
Check the American Council on Education briefing on DACA Students, “Sanctuary Campuses, ” and Institutional or Community Assistance.
Council of UC Faculty Associations Board in Defense of Undocumented and other Vulnerable Categories of Students
See below the letter of the Council of UC Faculty Associations Board in Defense of Undocumented and other Vulnerable Categories of Students Dear President Napolitano, We applaud your timely declaration in the immediate aftermath of the election that the UC administration “remains absolutely committed to supporting all members of our community and adhering to UC’s […]
Check this article in The Nation on Churches and the Sanctuary Movement in New York.
Please check the guide Post-Election: What Educators Can Do to Support Undocumented Students
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