NEW ORLEANS WORKERS’ CENTER FOR RACIAL JUSTICE Contact: Jolene Elberth, NOWCRJ’s Congress of Day Laborers, jelberth@nowcrj.org, 504.881.6647 Immigrants Demand End to Racial Profiling by Local Police NOWCRJ Demands Information and Accountability from New Llano Police Department after DHS’s own Civil Rights review finds racial profiling by Leesville police...

CONTACT: Jolene Elberth, NOWCRJ’s Congress of Day Laborers, jelberth@nowcrj.org, 504.881.6647 Immigrants March on ICE to Stop Deportations of Civil Rights Leaders ICE races to deport civil rights leaders in spite of recommendation by DHS’s own Civil Rights staff to release them What: March on ICE headquarters to stop deportations of civil rights...

CONTACTS: Fernando Lopez, Congress of Day Laborers, 504-258-1000, flopez@nowcrj.org; B. Loewe, Not1More, 773.791.4668, bloewe@onpoint.pro 14 Arrested as Immigrant Leaders Confront ICE during DAPA Court Hearing With Obama’s deportation relief blocked, immigrants in New Orleans hold civil disobedience to protest rogue immigration raids & abuses NEW ORLEANS, LA, Friday, July...

NOWCRJ, immigrant rights leaders sue ICE for records on unconstitutional immigration enforcement program NEW ORLEANS, March 25, 2015—Today, the New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice (NOWCRJ) and community civil rights monitors, together with co-counsel the Kathryn O. Greenberg Immigration Justice Clinic of Cardozo School of...

Judge’s Decision Puts Politics of Panic Ahead of Protections for Immigrant Families Immigrant workers and families say that Governor Jindal does not speak for Louisiana NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, February 17, 2015—A federal district court judge in Texas yesterday blocked the implementation of President Obama’s November 20, 2014,...