The Trump administration’s policies leave Central Americans at risk of human rights abuses in their own countries, and when they arrive at the U.S. border in search of safety and security. UUSC and a group of our members recently went to the U.S. Capitol to meet with Members of Congress to pressure them to reject these efforts.
During a visit to our partner Make the Road PA, in Reading, Penn., UUSC sat down with MRPA’s Director, Adanjesús Marín, to talk about their work to organize and defend immigrant communities in Pennsylvania.
Nepal TPS Cancellation Underlines Need For Congressional Action The Department of Homeland Security moved today to cancel Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Nepal, exposing nearly 9,000 Nepali residents of the […]
Across the country, in cities large and small, people are organizing to build communities that are inclusive, embrace new members, and celebrate the diverse contributions and experiences of all their residents.