New Sanctuary Coalition
“As a Coalition, we resist the unjust global and systemic economic relationships and racism that create undue hardship for immigrants. We seek reform of United States immigration laws to promote fairness, social and economic justice.”
– New Sanctuary Coalition
What We Do
NSC extends sanctuary into the halls of the immigration system through its Accompaniment programs in which citizens accompany immigrants to court hearings and ICE check-ins.
NSC campaigns put pressure on actors within the immigration system and raise public awareness of the injustices faced by immigrant communities.
Pro Se Legal Clinics
NSC’s Pro se legal clinics create a safe space where Friends fight for their right to remain in the United States.
New Sanctuary Coalition (NSC) is an organization and a movement, led by and for immigrants. NSC works to empower immigrants facing detention and deportation as well as their families, and seeks to address the deeper systemic issues of racism and inequality. NSC refers to those seeking immigration services as “Friends”, not “clients”. NSC wants a society where everyone belongs and recognizes each others’ humanity regardless of citizenship status.
NSC utilizes the power and influence of its base to transcend the work of traditional immigration organizations and actively build a movement. It runs a large Accompaniment program, a weekly Pro se legal clinic, and gathers community members to create protest art, march, and take subversive action. NSC holds defense committees in which volunteers and friends brainstorm options for an individual case, perform ICE phone banking, and encourage faith leaders to use their influence to petition for legislative change. NSC aims to transform U.S. citizens into activists and partners. Through movement building, NSC publicly supports all Friends, pressures immigration institutions, and empowers Friends and their families.
Sobre Justicia + Poder
Este sitio web es un proyecto de la Red de Inmigración y Empoderamiento Jurídico, la cual ha sido convocada por el Instituto Bernstein para los Derechos Humanos y la Clínica de Justicia Global de la Escuela de Derecho de la Universidad de Nueva York. El sitio web forma parte de una iniciativa que busca documentar y hacer visible el gran impacto que tienen los programas de empoderamiento que promueven los derechos de solicitantes de asilo, refugiadxs e inmigrantes en Estados Unidos. Para obtener más información, o para unirse a la red, escribir a: email@example.com.