#Not1More Deportation

Organizational Letter to the President: Suspend Deportations

As Congress seeks to legalize undocumented people in the US and reform our immigration system, more than 1,100 people who could be included in reform are deported each day.

Stopping deportations is sensible and humane. It makes little sense to deport today the people that Congress could make citizens tomorrow. The President brought relief to Dreamers and has the ability to extend that same relief to their parents, neighbors, and all who could become citizens under immigration reform.

The AFL-CIO, United We Dream, National Day Laborer Organizing Network, and MALDEF Ask that Your Organization Signs On to this Letter to the President Calling for a Suspension of Deportations.

Dear President Obama,

We applaud your commitment to reform our broken and unjust immigration system. As you have said, the time has come to find a better way to welcome the striving, hopeful immigrants who still see America as the land of opportunity. Toward this end, we write with an urgent message:

The best way to open a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants is for you to immediately suspend deportations, at a bare minimum, for those who would eventually be eligible for the Senate bill’s legalization program.

As Congress debates federal immigration reform, deportations of the very people you seek to legalize continue to mount. Every day, over 1,000 potential citizens are deported. Each one leaves behind a story – a family broken, a child abandoned, a dream crushed, a community damaged.

Stopping those deportations is not only sensible and humane; it will help advance efforts in Congress. It is now clear that the best advocates for immigration reform are undocumented immigrants themselves. However, immigrants and their families will remain in the shadows as long as deportations continue, and their voice will not be heard as a consequence.

In contrast, when undocumented people publicly step forward to ask for citizenship and political equality, they are able to turn the tide on a national debate that has been held hostage by fear and bigotry for over a decade. Free from the threat of deportation, immigrants are able to effectively make the case that they simply want the same opportunity for citizenship afforded to previous generations of Americans.

Political equality for these eleven million undocumented women and men should not be delayed to accommodate unreasonable demands of nativists. To the contrary, a suspension of deportations is a necessary precondition- or trigger- for a rational debate about how to modernize our immigration laws.

In creating the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, you took a common sense step toward protecting our future citizens in waiting by granting them relief from deportation and the opportunity to work and contribute to our country. It is time to do the same for their mothers and fathers and the rest of the 11 million who call this country home. It makes no sense to deport today the people you have committed to legalizing tomorrow. We call on you to relieve their needless suffering and suspend deportations to move the immigration reform debate forward.

Add Your Organization

List of Signers (updated as of 5:02pm PT on 06/11/2013):

1 1Love Movement Ell See
2 9to5 Atlanta Charmaine Davis
3 AACHE; MALCS Gloria Cuadraz
4 ABAJO Y A LA IZQUIERDA Bertha Gutierrez
5 ABOVE STATUS FL Jose Luis Nevarez
6 Action Langley Park Bill Hanna
7 ACTIONN – Acting in Community Together in Organizing Northern Ne Pat Fling
8 ADAC (Arizona Dream Act Coalition) Vianey Perez
9 Adorers of the Blood of Christ Kathleen Reid
10 Adrian Dominican Sisters Christopher Matthias
11 Advocacy for Justice and Peace Committee of the Sisters of St. Francis Sr. Frances Murray
12 AFL-CIO Ana Avendaño
13 Alabama Coalition for Immigration Justice Rev Angie Wright
14 Alameda Labor Council, AFL-CIO Josie Camacho
16 Alianza Indigena Sin Fronteras Jose Matus
17 All Of Us Or None Manuel La Fontaine
18 Alliance of Filipinos for Immigrant Rights and Empowerment Jerry Clarito
19 Alliance San Diego Christian Ramirez
20 Allies of Knoxville’s Immigrant Neighbors Fran Ansley
21 America’s Voice Dara Lind
22 American Baptist Churches USA Eddie Birdsall
23 American Baptist Home Mission Societies, Office of Immigration a Aundreia Alexander
24 American Baptists Rochester/Genesee Regi Alan Newton
25 American Civil Liberties Union Chris Rickerd
26 American Dream Community Agency Michael Chavez
27 American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Fran Bernstein
28 American Federation of Teachers (AFT) Cesar Moreno-Perez
29 American Friends Service Committee of Western Massachusetts Jeff Napolitano
30 Americans for Immigrant Justice, formerly Florida Immigrant Advo Cheryl Little
31 Arise Chicago Worker Center Jorge Mujica
32 Arizona DREAM Act Coalition Cesar Valdes
33 Arizona Queer Undocumented Immigrant Project Jose Rodriguez
34 Arkansas Coalition for DREAM Rosa Velasquez
35 Arlington Proyecto Unido Maria Robles
36 Arlington St. Church Ann Troise
37 Asian American Justice Center, member of Asian American Center f Marita Etcubanez
38 Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund Margaret Fung
39 Asian and Asian American Student Organization, UConn School of S Seiya Fukuda
40 Asian Law Alliance Bea Pangilinan
41 Asian Law Caucus Anoop Prasad
42 Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA) – Alameda Chapter Kim Geron
43 Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA), LA Chapter Lucia Lin
44 Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance- DC Chapter Jenny Ho
45 Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance, AFL-CIO Diana Bui
46 Asian Pacific American Legal Center Anthony Ng
47 Asian Students Promoting Immigrant Rights through Education (ASPIRE) Core Members
48 Asociacion Ecuador Unido Nelson Benitez
49 ASPIRE ASPIRE Core Members
50 Associaciation of Mexicans in North Carolina, Inc. (AMEXCAN) Juvencio Rocha-Peralta
51 Association of Latino Men for Action (ALMA) Julio Rodriguez
52 Atlanta Jobs with Justice Roger Sikes
53 Austin Immigrant Rights Coalition Esther Reyes
54 AZ Immigration Ministry of UU Congregation of Phoenix Sandy Weir
55 Aztlan Media Kollective john f martinez
56 Bakersfield College M.E.Ch.A Gustavo Ibarra
57 Beloit Peace and Justice Ousia Whitaker-DeVault
58 Black Alliance for Just Immigration Gerald Lanoir
59 Black Slate, Inc. Ronald Hewitt
60 Border Network for Human Rights Jose Manuel Escobedo
61 Boston New Sanctuary Movement Dennis Brown
62 Brazilian Immigrant Center Meghan Vesel
63 Brazos Interfaith Immigration Netwoek Jennifee Guillén
64 BreakOUT! Wes Ware
65 Breakthrough Ishita Srivastava
66 Buckeyes Organizing for Student Solidarity (BOSS) Cruz Bonlarron Martínez
67 California Central Valley Journey for Justice Gloria M. Sandoval
68 California Central Valley Journey for Justice Jason Flores
69 California Immigrant Policy Center Gabriel Villareal
70 California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance Alessandro Negrete
71 Cambridge United for Justice with Peace Vicky Steinitz
72 CARECEN – Los Angeles Martha Arevalo
73 Carmelites Sisters, Vedruna Northamerican Region Sr. Maureen Foltz
74 Casa de Maryland Gustavo Andrade
75 Casa Freehold Marguerita Dentino
76 Casa Latina Hillary Stern
77 causa justa :: just cause Cynthia Muñoz
78 Center for Community Change Mayron Payes
79 Center for Constitutional Rights Annette Dickerson
80 Center for Latino Progress – CPRF Yanil Teron
81 Central Indiana Jobs with Justice Amy Shackelford
82 Central Ohio Immigrant Justice Lauren Hines
83 Centro Autónomo / Mexico-US Solidarity Network MSN Collective
84 Centro Cultural de Mexico Carolina Sarmiento
85 Centro de Estudios del Español de Estados Unidos Armando Guerrero
86 Centro de Trabajadores Unidos: Immigrant Workers’ Project Ana Guajardo Carrillo
87 Centro Humanitario para los Trabajadores Marco Nunez
88 Centro Laboral de Graton Christy Lubin
89 Centro Latino of Owensboro, Ky. Fran Wilhelm
90 Centro para Familias Hispanas Consuelo Kwee
91 CEO Pipe Organs/Golden Ponds Farm Corey E. Olsen
92 Chicago Community and Workers’ Rights Martin Unzueta
93 Chicago New Santuary Coalition Sara Wohlleb
94 Church of Our Saviour/Iglesia de Nuestro Salvador Episcopal Paula Jackson
95 Church World Service Erol Kekic
96 Cincinnati Interfaith Workers Center Manuel Pérez
97 Circleville Quakers Brad Cotton
98 Citizen Orange Kyle de Beausset
99 CIUDAD Miguel Torres
100 Civic Engagement and Service-Learning at UMass Amherst John Reiff
101 CLEAN Carwash Campaign Rosemarie Molina
102 Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice Los Angeles Jonathan Klein
103 Cleveland Jobs with Justice Deb Kline
104 Cliniquita Program Martha Nathan, MD
105 CLUE Santa Barbara Arthur Stevens
106 CLUE Santa Barbara Arthur Stevens
107 Coalicion de Lideres Latinos-CLILA America Gruner
108 Coalicion de Organizaciones Latino-Americanas (COLA) Ada Volkmer
109 Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA) Antonio Bernabe
110 Cobb Immigrant Alliance Richard Pellegrino
111 COLA Víctor Álvarez
112 Collier County Neighborhood Stories Project Angela Cisneros
113 Comite Pro Uno Elizabeth Matamoros
114 Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES) Alexis Stoumbelis
115 Community Economic Development Center of SE MA Corinn Williams
116 Community Food and Justice Coalition Y. Armando Nieto
117 Community to Community Rosalinda Guillen
118 Community to Community Development Caroline Correa
119 Community United Against Violence Stacy Umezu
120 Community4ImmigrantRights Tamar Diana Wilson
121 Comunidad inmigrantes East Haven CT Herman Zuniga
122 Comunidad Liberación/Liberation Community Rev. Anne Dunlap
123 Concerned Citizens of Joliet Linda Jolet
124 Congress of Day Laborers Jacinta Gonzalez
125 Connecticut Immigrant Rights Alliance Ana Rivera
126 CREDO Action Murshed Zaheed
127 CRISOL-ACUARELA Beatrice Chodosh
128 Crossing Borders – Dubuque Mary McCauley
129 CT Students for a DREAM Camila Bortolleto
130 CTUL (Centro de Trabajadores Unidos en Lucha) Veronica Mendez
131 Cuéntame Axel Caballero
132 CultureStrike Favianna Rodriguez
133 Day Labor Center Gabriel Hernandez
134 Day Worker Center of Mountain View Maria Marroquin
135 Define American Mónica Novoa
136 Democracy in Action Donna Chicone
137 Derechos Humanos Coalition Pancho Medina
138 Detention Watch Network Andrea Black
139 Dominican Empowerment Council Yunis Segura-McNally
140 Dominican Sisters of Houston Ceil Roeger
141 Don Bosco Workers Inc Gonzalo Cruz
142 Dream Action Coalition Erika Erika
143 Dream ACTivist Georgia Dulce Guerrero
144 DREAM Activist Ohio Nick Torres
145 DREAM Alliance of Sonoma County Jesús Guzmán
146 Dream Team Los Angeles Dream Team Los Angeles
147 DRM Action Coalition Cesar Vargas
148 DRUM – Desis Rising Up & Moving Fahd Ahmed
149 Dura-Clean Inc. Jose Sr. Duran
150 East Bay Sanctuary Covenant Manuel De Paz
151 Ecumenical Campus Ministries Gustin Bova
152 El CENTRO de Igualdad y Derechos Rachel LaZar
153 El Centro de la Raza Veronica Mendez-Cruz
154 El Centro del Inmigrante Gonzalo Mercado
155 El Comite Marcela Diaz
156 El Comite de Apoyo a los Trabajadores Agricolas Jessica Culley
157 El Puente Yizzar Prieto
158 El Refugio Ministry, Inc. Marie Marquardt
159 El Zócalo Immigrant Resource Center Sara Mullally
160 Elgin Dreamers United Laura Vivaldo
161 Encuentro Andrea Plaza
162 Enlace Peter Cervantes-Gautschi
163 Enriching Utah Coalition Diana Paredes
164 Evergreen Association of American Baptist Churches Marcia Patton
165 Families for Freedom Abraham Paulos
166 Family Farm Defenders John Peck
167 Family Focus Aurora Jorge Rios
168 Family School Partnership Leticia Alvarez
169 Farms Not Arms Linda Speel
170 Farmworker Association of Florida, Inc. Tirso Moreno
171 Federacion de Clubes Jaliscienses del Sur de CA Pjna Hernandez
172 Fight for Driver’s License PA Maria Serna
173 Fight for Justice Siddhi Kasat
174 Flores Consulting and Psychotherapy Yvette Flores
175 Florida Coastal Immigrant Rights Clinic Ericka Curran
176 Florida Council of Churches Russell Meyer
177 Florida Immigrant Coalition Natalia Jaramillo
178 Florida New Majority Elbert Garcia
179 Food Chain Workers Alliance Joann Lo
180 Food Empowerment Project Lauren Ornelas
181 Forks Human Rights Group Lesley Hoare
182 Franciscan Action Network Sister Marie Lucey
183 Freedom School-MS Ingrid Cruz
184 Freedom Socialist Party Doug Barnes
185 Frente Indígena de Organizaciones Binaciones (FIOB) Sarait Martinez
186 Fresno Immigrant Youth in Action Luis Ojeda
187 Fuerza del Valle Workers’ Center Hector Guzman Lopez
188 Generational Alliance Ryane Ridenour
189 Gentle Spirit Christian Church Rev. Paul Turner
190 Georgia Detention Watch Katie Valencia
191 Georgia Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition L R
192 Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights (GLAHR) Adelina Nicholls
193 Georgia Mtn. Unitarian Universalist Church AJ Wolff
194 Georgia Peace and Justice Coalition/Atlanta Dianne Mako
195 Georgia Rural Urban Summit Larry Pellegrini
196 Georgia Women’s Actions for New Directions Becky Rafter
197 GetEQUAL Felipe Sousa-Rodrguez
198 GLAAD Dave Montez
199 Global Family Legal Services Celinas Ruth, Esq.
200 Global Freedom Concerts (GFC) Gia Ibarra
201 GMUUC Social Justice Melanie Malovany
202 Grassroots Collaborative Amisha Patel
203 Grassroots Global Justice Alliance Cindy Wiesner
204 Grassroots Leadership Bob Libal
205 Greater Birmingham Ministries Miguel Carpizio
206 Greater Birmingham Ministries Miguel Carpizo
207 Grupo de Apoyo e Integracion Hispanoamericano Erika Sutherland
208 Guatemalan Health Association of Massachusetts Pantaleon Morales
209 H. S. Power & Light Ministries – Latino Faith Initiative Fidel “Butch” Montoya
211 Haverford College Students for Immigrant Justice Jonathan Laks
212 Herman Legal Group Richard Herman
213 Hispanic Coalition, Corp Rosa Emilia Kasse
214 Hispanic Community Dialogue of VIirginia Beatriz Amberman
215 Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama Gwendolyn Ferreti
216 Hispanic/Latino Services Marcia Brown
217 Holy Innocents Episcopal Church, Little Lake, MI Dr. James Livingston
218 Holy Spirit Missionary Sisters Sr. Rose Therese Nolta, SSpS
219 Houston United/Unido Maria Jimenez
220 Hudson Valley Community Coalition Betsy Palmieri
221 Human Rights Defense Center Paul Wright
222 IFT Productions Omar Cruz
223 Iglesia Menonita del Buen Pastor David Araujo
224 Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights Fred Tsao
225 Illinois people’s action Sonny Garcia
226 Illinois Peoples Action Sonny Garcia
227 Immigrant Advocacy Project Rachel Heuman
228 Immigrant Communities in Action (ICA) Monami Maulik
229 Immigrant Defense Project Mizue Aizeki
230 Immigrant Justice Network Alisa Wellek
231 Immigrant Youth Coalition – Los Angeles Luis Serrano
232 Immigrant Youth Justice League Ireri Unzueta
233 Immigration Justice Task Force of the UUSJ Theresa Rekenthaler
234 Immigration Rights Task Force of the Unitarian Society of New Haven Sophie Twokowski
235 Immigration Task Force of the Californian Annual Conference of t Linda Kuruhara
236 Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy Jim Harkness
237 Interfaith Movement for Immigrant Justice Robert Brown
238 Interfaith Worker Justice Committee of Colorado Rev. Daniel Klawitter
239 International Labor Rights Forum Judy Gearhart
240 International Tribunal of Conscience Dorinda Moreno
241 ISAAC (Immigration Support And Assistance Center) Jose Bustos
242 Jackson Area NOW Laurie Roberts
243 Jewish Council on Urban Affairs Alison Abrams
244 Jobs with Justice and American Rights at Work Natalie Patrick-Knox
245 Jobs with Justice San Francisco Feng Kung
246 Jobs with Justice/American Rights at Work Sarita Gupta
247 Junta for Progressive Action Ana Maria Rivera
248 Juntos Erika Almiron
249 Just Pay for All Coalition Elisa Ringholm
250 Justice For Immigrants Nevada Rita Sloan
251 Justice Strategies Judy Greene
252 Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation Janet Kramer OSF
253 JUSTICIA DIGNA Carolina Martin Ramos, Esq.
255 Kentucky Dream Coallition Shakyari Palacios
256 Kentucky Jobs with Justice Bonifacio Aleman
257 Kickapoo Peace Circle Marcia Halligan
258 KIWA Rebeca Ronquillo
259 Korean American Resource & Cultural Center Heykyung Eum
260 Korean Americans for Political Advancement (KAPA) Bright Limm
261 Korean Resource Center Hee Joo Yoon
262 L.A.N.D. Richard McWherter
263 La Colectiva de Mujeres Guillermina Castellanos
264 La Esperanza Lida Delgado
265 La Fuente, a Tri-State Worker and Community Fund Omar Angel
266 La Roca of the First United Methodist Church Susan Griggs
267 La Union del Pueblo Entero (LUPE) Juanita Valdez-Cox
268 La Voz Latina Cristal Gallegos
269 Lamb & Andrade P.C. Jodilma Lamb
270 Lansing Workers Center Mike Kolhoff
271 Latin America Caribbean Committee of the Loretto Community Carolyn Jaramillo
272 Latin American Coalition Armando Bellmas
273 Latino Education & Training Institute Rosamaria Graziani
274 Latino Union of Chicago Eric Rodriguez
275 Latino Youth Action League Cynthia Brito
276 Latinos United of Carroll County Gyla De La Rosa
277 Lawrence Food Not Bombs Brian Sultana
278 Leadership Conference of Women Religious Ann Scholz
279 Legal Aid Justice Center Ivy Finkenstadt
280 Legal Services for Prisoners with Children Dorsey Nunn
281 Lideres Campesinas Suguet Lopez
282 Living Hope Wheelchair Association Francisco Arguelles
283 Long Beach Immigrant Rights Coalition Miguel Montalva
284 Long Island Immigrant Alliance Luis V
286 Los Angeles Immigrant Youth Coalition Isaac Barrera
287 Lowcountry Immigration Coalition Lee Kanuck
288 LULAC Council 4609 Leni Gonzalez
289 LULAC-Syracuse chapter Jose Perez
290 MALCS (Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social) Rita Urquijo-Ruiz
291 MANA de Orange County Nellie Kaniski
292 Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition Pedro Portillo
293 Massachusetts Jobs with Justice Edwin Argueta
294 MataHari: Eye of the Day Monique Nguyen
295 Metro Atlanta Democratic Socialists of America Milton Tambor
296 Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF) Tom Saenz
297 Mi Familia Center: Serving Migrant Communities, Inc. Rev. Aquiles E. Martinex
298 Mi Familia Vota Marianela Acuna
299 Miami Workers Center marcia olivo
300 Michael Chavez Center, Monument Community Partnership Nati Flores
301 Mid-South Peace and Justice Center Jacob Flowers
302 Midwest Maya Ministry/United Church of Christ Denise Griebler
303 Migrant Justice Natalia Fajardo
304 Minnesota UU Social Justice Alliance Ralph Wyman
305 MIRA Coalition Cristina Aguilera
306 Missouri Immigrant and Refugee Advocates Vanessa Crawford Aragón
307 moana nui action alliance Arnie Saiki
308 MoveOn.org Harriet Heywood
309 Movimento per la società di giustizia Arrigo Colombo
310 Movimiento del Valle porLlos Derechos Humanos Dina Nunez
311 Mujeres de Maiz Felicia Montes
312 Mujeres Unidas y Activas Karina Muñiz
313 N.C. Immigrant Rights Project Marty Rosenbluth
314 NACCS Patrisia Gonzales
315 National Advocacy Center of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd Lawrence Couch
316 National Alliance for Filipino Concerns Mara Ibarra
317 National Alliance of Latin American and Caribbean Communities Xochitl Espinosa
318 National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum – DC Chapter Devan Shea
319 National Association For Chicana and Chicano Studies-ROCKY MOUNT Jose Flores
320 National Association for Hispanic Elderly Dr. Carmela Lacayo
321 National Council of Jewish Women Madeline Shepherd
322 National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON) Pablo Alvarado
323 National Domestic Workers Alliance Andrea Mercado
324 National Employment Law Project Haeyoung Yoon
325 National Family Farm Coalition Katherine Ozer
326 National Guestworker Alliance Jacob Horwitz
327 National Immigrant Justice Center Alexis Perlmutter
328 National Immigrant Project of the NLG Paromita Shah
329 National Immigration Law Center (NILC) Shiu-Ming Cheer/Marielena Hincapie
330 National Korean American Service & Education Consortium Jane Yoo
331 National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights Catherine Tactaquin
332 National Nurses Organizing Committee Judith Cashin Lerma
333 National People’s Action George Goehl
334 Neighbors United for a Better East Boston (NUBE) Gloribell Mota
335 Network in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala (NISGUA) Megan Whelan
336 New Haven Peoples Center Joelle Fishman
337 New Immigrant Community Empowerment Valeria Treves
338 New Jersey Forum For Human Rights Eugene Squeo
339 New Mexico Dreamers in Action New Mexico Dreamers & Allies
340 New Orleans Workers Center for Racial Justice Jacinta Gonzalez
341 New Orleans’ Interfaith Worker Justice Jim VanderWeele
342 New Sanctuary Coalition R. Ragbir
343 New Sanctuary Movement of Philadelphia Peter Pedemonti
344 New York Immigration Coalition Jacki Esposito
345 NH Area Sisters of Mercy Madonna Moran
346 Nicaragua Center for Community Action Diana Bohn
347 Niu Matat Napawika Maria Lopez
348 NJ State Industrial Union Council and NJ Labor Against War Carol Gay
349 No More Deaths Hannah Hafter
350 North Texas Dream Team Marco A. Malagon
351 North Texas Dream Team Lissette Moreno
352 Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Working Group (NESAWG Amy Little
353 Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights Angela Fernandez
354 Northwest Immigrant Rights Project Jorge Baron
355 Occupy Santa Barbara Aurora Marquez
356 Office of Peace, Justice and Ecological Integrity, Sisters of Ch Terrence Moran
357 Ohio Action Circle Ruben Castilla Herrera
358 Ohio Interfaith Immigration Coalition Ruben Castilla Herrera
359 OLA of Eastern Long Island Isabel Sepulveda
360 Olneyville Neighborhood Association (Providence) Susan Beaty
361 OMNI Center for Peace, Justice & Ecology Gladys Tiffany
362 One Horizon Institute Steve Pavey
363 OneAmerica Rich Stolz
364 Orange County Dream Team Hairo Cortes
365 Oregon Interfaith Movement for Immigrant Justice Robert Brown
366 Organizing Apprenticeship Project Salvador Miranda
367 Our Lady of Victory Missionary Sisters Sr. Ginger Downey
368 Out4Immigration Erik Schnabel
369 Pacific Islander Community Partnership Manufou Liaiga Anoa\’i
370 Pacific Northwest Immigration Task Force Lyda Pierce
371 Painters Local 193 Louis Partain
372 Pangea Legal Services Nilou Khonsari
374 Pasadena Latino Forum Yuny Parada
375 Pax Christi Florida Nancy O’Byrne
376 Pax Christi Long Island Agnes Kelly
377 PCUN Ramon Ramirez
378 Peace Action Judith Le Blanc
379 Peace and Justice Committee david folkes
380 Pennsylvania Immigration & Citizenship Coalition Natasha Kelemen
381 Peoples’ Action for Rights and Community Verbena Lea
382 Pesticide Action Network Devika Ghai
383 Phoenix SURJ Leah Carnine
384 Phoenix Ventures Janna Piper
385 PICO National Network Kristee Paschall
386 Pine Street Church Mary Beth Mankin
387 Political Asylum Immigration Representation Project Sarah Ignatius
388 Portland Central America Solidarity Committee Natha Hurwitz
389 Portland Immigrant Rights Coalition Marcos Mejia
390 POWER Donaji Lona
391 Pre-Health Dreamers Jirayut Latthivongskorn
392 Presentation Sisters, Aberdeen, SD Sister Kathleen Bierne, pbvm
393 Presente.org Arturo Carmona
394 Progressive Democrats of America – Arizona Dan O’Neal
395 Progressive Democrats of America (PDA) Conor Boylan
396 Project Hope – Proyecto Esperanza Sister Ellen Lamberjack
397 Project IRENE Rose Mary Meyer, BVM
398 Project South Emery Wright
399 Providence Youth Student Movement Chanravy Proeung
400 Public Science Project Caitlin Cahill
401 Pueblo Sin Fronteras Roberto Corona
402 Puente Human Rights Movement Carlos Garcia
403 Rachel B. Scarlata Realty Rachel Scarlata
404 Racial & Ethnic Concerns Group / UU Congregation of Atlanta Barbaras Burnham
405 Racial Justice Action Center Xochitl Bervera
406 Radical Women Anne Slater
407 Reformed Church of Highland Park, NJ Jean Stockdale
408 Religious Sisters of Charity Sr. Kathleen Bryant
409 Renaissance Club Merna Zimmerman
410 River Road UU Congregation, Latin America Taskforce Network Donald Chery
411 Rockford DREAM Action Sara Briseno
412 Rocky Mountain Foco of the National Association for Chicana/o Studies Cordelia Candelaria
413 Rogue Valley Interfaith Immigration Coalition Rosalie Caffrey
414 Rooted in Community Gerardo Marin
415 Rural Advancement Fund Georgia Good
416 Rural Coalition Laura Valdes
417 Rural Coalition/Coalición Rural Lorette Picciano
418 SAFE-Stdent Alliance For Education Gabriel Magallanes
419 SAJE (Strategic Actions for a Just Economy) Paulina Gonzalez
420 Salvadoran American National Network (SANN) Yanira Arias
421 San Benito County (CA) Democratic Central Committee Gregory Rivera
422 San Bernardino Community Service Center, Inc. Emilio Amaya
423 San Diego County Coalition for Education Alberto Ochoa
424 San Diego DREAM Team Karina Valdivia
425 San Francisco Day Labor Program and Women’s Collective Emiliano Bourgois-Chacon
426 School of the Americas Watch Maria Bard
427 School of the Americas Watch (SOA Watch) Hendrik Voss
428 Seed House – Casa de la Semilla Emira Palacios
429 SEIU Healthcare 775NW Adam Glickman
430 SEIU Local 1021 Lily Leung
431 SEIU1000 Keri Kline
432 Services, Immigrant Rights and Education Network Jazmin Segura
433 Servicio Particular Alacran de Aztlan francisco mendez
434 Share Foudation Jose Artiga
435 SHARE Foundation Blanca Vazquez
436 Sisters of Christian Charity Margaritis Kullowitch
437 Sisters of Mercy of the Americas Ryan Murphy
438 Sisters of Mercy South Central Community Sister Rose Marie Tresp
439 Sisters of Mercy West Midwest Community Karen Donahue
440 Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia Sr. Esther Anderson
441 Sisters of St. Francis of Tiffin, Ohio Jacquelyn Doepker
442 Sisters of St. Francis, Sylvania, OH Sister Mary Jon Wagner
443 Sisters of ST. Joseph of Rochester Phyllis Tierney
444 Sisters of St. Joseph of Springfield Massachusetts Denise Granger, SSJ
445 Sisters of the Divine Compassion M. Doretta Cornell
446 Sisters, Home Visitors of Mary Rosemarie abate
447 Skagit Immigrant Rights Council Jim Justice
448 Social Justice Committee, Manatee Unitarian Universalist Fellows Bernita Franzel
449 Social Justice Guild of the First Existentialist Congregation of Lorraine Fontana
450 Solidarity Dianne Feeley
451 Somos America/We Are America Coalition Daniel Rodriguez
452 Somos Tuskaloosa Ana Vazquez
453 SONG / Southerners On New Ground Paulina Helm-Hernandez
454 SOPHIA Malcolm Bertsch
455 South Central Iowa Federation of Labor AFL-CIO Mark Cooper
456 South Texas Civil Rights Project Joseph Martin
457 Southeast Immigrant Rights Network Mónica Hernández
458 Southside Worker Center, Tucson, AZ Raúl Alcaraz Ochoa
459 Spanish Community of Wallingford Maria Harlow
460 St Cyprian Justice and peace Ministry John Pulvino
461 St Joseph Vally Project – Jobs with Justice Joseph Carbone
462 St. Gabriel Peace and Justice Committee Jean Mont-Eton
463 Stop The Checkpoints Lois Danks
464 Street Level Health Project Gabriela Galicia
465 Student Farmworker Alliance Lis-Marie Alvarado
466 Student Immigrant Movement Conrado Santos
467 Students of Los Angeles Gerardo Montano
468 Students United for Immigrant Equality Sarah Nemeroff
469 Students Working For Equal Rights Saul Aleman
470 Studio Revolt Anida Ali
471 Tampa Moveon.org Christopher Radulich
472 Taylor Lee & Associates Aaron Ortiz-Santos
473 Team Awesome Arizona Adriana Garcia
474 Tennessee Immigrant & Refugee Rights Coalition Stephan Fotopulos
475 Texas Organizing Project Sonia Macias
476 The Advocates for Human Rights Michele McKenzie
477 the Ave Project David Richard
478 The Episcopal Network for Economic Justice Dianne Aid
479 The Family Place Kirsten Wittkowski
480 The Farmworkers Association of Florida, Inc. Isidoro Quezada
481 the Harry Potter Alliance Paul DeGeorge
482 The Immigration Task force of the United Methodist Church, California Rev. David Farley
483 The Jasmar Group Val Jacobo
484 The National Latino Voter Progressive Party MsEuseba E Aquino-Hughes
485 The Ruckus Society Diana Pei Wu
486 the space steven linn
487 The WAY Katelyn Chapman
488 Tim Paynter Attorney At Law Tim Paynter
489 Tri-City Democrats, Richland, WA Ralph Crowl
490 Tucson Samaritans Maria Ochoa
491 UCC Barbara Hughes
492 UCSB IDEAS Marvin Girón
493 UIC Students Against Sweatshops Martin Macias, Jr
494 Undocumented Illinois Jocelyn Munguya
495 Undocumented Students and Allies at IIT Maria Gonzalez
496 Unidad Latina en Acción John Lugo
497 Unidad Latina en Acción NJ Ana Pazminino
498 Union de Vecinos Leonardo Vilchis
499 Union Salvadorena Estudiantes Universitarios Genesy Hernandez
500 Unitarian Universalist Association Susan Leslie
501 Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Gwinnett JoAnn Weiss
502 Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Tuscaloosa Fred L. Hammond
503 Unitarian Universalist Legislative Ministry, California Lindi Ramsden
504 Unitarian Universalist Service Committee Shelley Moskowitz
505 Unitarian Universalists of Southern Deleware Kristine Acker
506 United Action Connecticut John S. Volpini
507 United Community Center of Westchester Jackeline Agudelo
508 United Methodist Church, General Board of Church and Society Bill Mefford
509 United Steelworkers Local 675 David Campbell
510 United Students Against Sweatshops Coordinating Committee
511 United We Dream Lorella Praeli
512 United Workers Congress Kimi Lee
513 Unitierra en Puebla Universidad de la Tierra en Puebla
514 UNITY Michael Leon Guerrero
515 Universidad Popular Nicolas Gonzalez
516 University of Chicago Coalition for Immigrant Rights Lynda Lopez
517 USW Local 3657 Civil Rights Comte. Guillermo Perez
518 UU Mass Action Jesse Jaeger
519 UURISE: Unitarian Universalist Refugee and Immigrant Services Daniel Stracka
520 Vermont Immigration and Asylum Advocates Michele Jenness
521 Vermont Workers Center Chris Schroth
522 Viatorians Michael Gosch
523 Violence Intervention Program Cecilia Gastón
524 Virginia Coalition of Latino Organizations (VACOLAO) Edgar Aranda-Yanoc
525 Viva Farms Sarita Schaffer
526 Voces de la Comunidad Destry Sibley
527 Voces de la Frontera Christine Neumann-Ortiz
528 VOZ Workers Rights Education Project Romeo Sosa
529 WA State UU Voices for Justice Carol McKinley
530 Washington DREAM Act Coalition Carlos Padilla
531 Washington New Sanctuary Movement Roberta Ray
532 WeCount! Jonathan Fried
533 Welcome Everybody America Carbajal
534 West Suburban Action Project (PASO) Yesenia Sanchez
535 Westchester Hispanic Coalition Graciela Heymann
537 William C. Velazquez Institute Antonio Gonzalez
538 Wind of the Spirit, NJ Ilana Rossoff
539 Workers Defense Project Sabina Hinz-Foley
540 Workers Interfaith Network Alfredo Pena
541 www.WeAreOne.cc Joseph Kohn MD
542 Yakima County Dream Team Eduardo Lara
543 Young Democratic Socialists of William Paterson University of Ne Daniel Santiago
544 Youth Organizing for Unity Maurice de Segovia