On Eve of Supreme Court Immigration Decision, Immigrant Families Face Father’s Day Crisis NOWCRJ launches Father's Day Beyond Borders in response NEW ORLEANS, June 16, 2016—On the eve of a Supreme Court decision on President Obama’s executive immigration action—and on the eve of Father’s Day—Immigration and Customs Enforcement...

NEW ORLEANS, February 23, 2016—In a victory for New Orleans’ immigrant communities, the New Orleans Police Department (NOPD) announced today it is adopting a bias-free immigration policing policy that will end NOPD collusion with federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). (Download the new policy - PDF, 4...

NEW ORLEANS WORKERS’ CENTER FOR RACIAL JUSTICE Contact: Jolene Elberth, NOWCRJ’s Congress of Day Laborers, jelberth@nowcrj.org, 504.881.6647 ICE Releases Gustavo Barahona Late Night, But ICE Director Fails to Answer Charges of Racial Profiling & Biased Policing NEW ORLEANS, LA, Oct. 26, 2015—Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) released civil rights...

Contact: Jolene Elberth, NOWCRJ’s Congress of Day Laborers, jelberth@nowcrj.org, 504.881.6647 Gustavo Barahona Resists ICE Retaliation to Continue Civil Rights Fight Will ICE Director Saldaña deport racial profiling witness after DHS’s civil rights staff recommended his release? NEW ORLEANS, LA, Oct. 22, 2015—Civil rights whistleblower Gustavo Barahona reported enduring solitary...