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64 Days for Human Rights: Defending Immigrant, Migrant, Border, Refugee, and Asylum Seekers’ Rights

Woodhull is a proud member of the US Human Rights Network where we Chair the Sexual Rights and Gender Justice Working Group.  This campaign is shared here and on the US Human Rights Network website – a treasure trove of human rights resources and up-to-the minute information!

In commemoration of the 64th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights this year, the US Human Rights Network is highlighting 64 member and partner organizations as a way to raise awareness about the domestic human rights movement.

This week, we feature seven organizations defending immigrant, migrant, border, refugee, and asylum seekers’ rights.

Help us spread the word about what these organizations are doing to promote human rights. Forward this email to a friend, share the features on Facebook, retweet or tweet using #64DaysHR on Twitter.

BAJI’s analysis emphasizes the impact of racism and economic globalization on African American and immigrant communities as a basis for forging alliances across these communities.  The immigrant rights movement and the civil rights movement must come together to forge a new human rights movement in the U.S.  

Gerald Lenoir, Black Alliance for Just Immigration 


Border Action Network is a human rights organization in border and immigrant communities. Our mission is to promote safety, equality, dignity, understanding and justice within the human environment and across cultures regardless of race, sexual orientation, religious beliefs or country of origin.

Read about their current work.



The Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI) was founded in April 2006 to engage African Americans and other communities in a dialogue that leads to actions that challenge U.S. immigration policy and the underlying issues of race, racism and economic inequity that frame it.

Read about their current work.



The National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (NNIRR) is a national organizationcomposed of local coalitions and immigrant, refugee, community, religious, civil rights and labor organizations and activists. It serves as a forum to share information and analysis, to educate communities and the general public, and to develop and coordinate plans of action on important immigrant and refugee issues. NNIRR works to promote a just immigration and refugee policy in the United States and to defend and expand the rights of all immigrants and refugees, regardless of immigration status.

Read about their current work.



GLAHR, Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights is a non-profit grassroots organization created to help educate and organize Latinos in their own communities with the purpose of increasing community participation in the struggle for human and civil rights focusing on low income communities without regard to their immigrant status.

Read about their current work.


The mission of the Asian Law Caucus is to promote, advance, and represent the legal and civil rights of Asian and Pacific Islander (API) communities. Recognizing that social, economic, political and racial inequalities continue to exist in the United States, the Asian Law Caucus is committed to the pursuit of equality and justice for all sectors of our society, with a specific focus directed toward addressing the needs of low-income, immigrant and underserved APIs.

Read about their current work.


The Midwest Coalition for Human Rights is a network of 56 organizations, service providers, and university centers that work together to promote and protect human rights in the Midwest region. Through collaboration in the Heartland, the coalition advocates, educates and takes action with a strong regional voice on national and international human rights issues.

Read about their current work.



The mission of Indigenous Alliance without Borders is to promote respect for Indigenous peoples’ human, civil, and sovereignty rights; to promote self-determination, rights of mobility and passage in crossing the US/Mexico border and environmental protection of native lands and sacred sites.

Read about their current work.