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Workers Rights are Human Rights:
South Asian Immigrant Workers in New York City

In Our Own Words: Narratives of South Asian New Yorkers Affected by racial and Religious Profiling

Education Not Deportation: The Impact of School Safety Policies on South Asian Immigrant Students in New York City



Voices of a People’s History by Howard Zinn:
Community Organizing Post 9/11 by Monami Maulik

Immigrant and Black Communities at Stake:
FBI Entrapments and Immigration Enforcement


Community Materials:

Know Your Rights: Immigration Raids (English)

Know Your Rights: Immigrant Workers in NY State (English)

Rights & Organize: Immigrant Workers (Bengali)

Download the curriculum for DRUM’s public workshop on anti-Black racism

Ally Resources

Immigrant Rights

Injustice for All: The Rise of the U.S. Immigration Policing Regime, NNIRR

Guilty by Immigration Status, NNIRR

Over-Raided, Under Seige: U.S. Immigration Laws & Enforcement Destroy the Rights of Immigrants” , NNIRR


Educational Equity & Justice

We’re Not Even Allowed to Ask for Help- Debunking the Myth of the Model Minority, Coalition for Asian Children and Families

Civil Rights

Targeted and Entrapped, CHR&GJ, NYU School of Law

Under the Radar, CHR&GJ, NYU School of Law

A Decade Lost, CHR&GJ, NYU School of Law

Rethinking Radicalization, Brennan Center for Justice

Fear, Inc., Center for American Progress


Global Migration and Human Rights

Excluded and Exploited: The New regime of Trade, Managed Migration, and Repression” , NNIRR

Presentation of Excluded and Exploited, NNIRR

December 18th– International Migrant Rights Day, NNIRR


Global Peace and Justice

Film- The Story of Broke: Why There’s Still Plenty of Money to Build a Better Future, The Story of Stuff Project

Brought to You by Bombs and Budgets:  Tools for Reclaiming Communities from Militarism, War Resisters League

Afghanistan: Ending a Failed Military Strategy, United for Peace and Justice

Documentary Film: Rethink Afghanistan, Brave New Foundation