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Undocumented Migration Project/Hostile Terrain 94 Exhibition* : Resources to Download

Hostile Terrain 94 (HT94) is a participatory project organized by the Undocumented Migration Project (UMP), a non-profit research-art-education-media collective, directed by MacArthur Fellow and UCLA anthropologist Jason De León.
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Supporting Immigration in Schools: A Resource Guide (2019)

The Supporting Immigrants in Schools Video Series and Resource Guide have been made possible by generous funding from the New York State Education Department.

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Families Belong Together

Families Belong Together was organized in tandem with nationwide protests which took place during the summer of 2018 in an attempt to demand the end of the Trump administration’s family separation policy. 

Families Belong Together is a campaign of the National Domestic Workers Alliance formed in response to the 2018 family separation crisis. Families Belong Together works with nearly 250 organizations representing Americans from all backgrounds who have joined together to fight family separation and promote dignity, unity and compassion for all children and families. Led by the National Domestic Workers Alliance, Families Belong Together works closely with the Women’s Refugee Commission, MomsRising, FWD.us, the Haitian Bridge Alliance, the Texas Civil Rights Project, La Union del Pueblo Entero, Al Otro Lado, the ACLU, MoveOn, Amnesty International, RAICES, Cameroonian American Council, Doctors for Camp Closure, Justice for Migrant Women and other groups across the country.

Families Belong Together Social Media Images and Posters*

*This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share-Alike 4.0 International License 

Advocating for Change

The document below, from the Undocumented Migration Project, offers a plethora of information to assist you in learning more about how to become an Advocate for Change! You can learn how to follow the organization on social media as well as find new ways to participate in their current and future campaigns. Links to resources include:

  • Mobilizing Organizations with Daily Action Items
  • Important Work to Follow
  • Advocacy Groups
  • Groups that Provide Legal Aid
  • How to become a volunteer

And more!

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