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Good Jobs, Good Neighbors

Thriving Communities Across Borders

This jobs/economic justice tour will focus on the state of good jobs and the lack of living and sustainable wages to support workers both here in the U.S. and abroad in places like Mexico and Central America. It will look at the question of jobs from both a local and transnational perspective as well as shine a light on a problem that has displaced thousands of workers in our hemisphere, the movement and scarcity of jobs. What do we mean by good jobs? What can we – workers, advocates, policy-makers, businesses, and other stakeholders – do to be better neighbors to each other as we share a common struggle? How can we work together across borders to create opportunities for everyone?

SAVE THE DATE: Sep 19-26

For questions about the tour or if you would like to sponsor and co-host an event, please contact Cristina Garcia at cgarcia@alianzaamericas.org

More details on speakers and locations to come. Please check back.

CALL TO ACTION

Join the movement and Call DHS Today! Visit our #Save TPS page for a collection of tools including the Call to Action, Save TPS Toolkit, and Fact Sheets, etc.

There are about two weeks left in @Lin Manuel Miranda’s @Prizeo campaign. ICYMI, here’s the deal: YOU could win 2 tickets to the LA premiere of @Hamilton: An American Musical by donating $10 or more to the Immigrants: We Get The Job Done Coalition, a group of 12 amazing nonprofits (including us!) that are working to protect and support immigrants throughout the country. Don’t forget to take part in the #Ham4All Challenge and visit www.prizeo.com/Hamilton today to enter to win! 

Together, we’ll build stronger families, stronger communities, and a stronger nation.

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Our members provide a base of diverse voices rooted in local migrant and non-migrant communities in the U.S. and in countries of origin across the Americas. Members help us continue to drive our transnational mission and vision. 

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Conozca Sus Derechos 

Tax Day Campaign- Our Taxes, Our Priorities

Did you know that immigrants pay more than $100 billion in taxes? Do you know how your tax dollars will be spent? Check out the Alianza Americas tax day toolkit and speak out now, while the budget is under debate. LEARN MORE

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“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere”  

Martin Luther King, Jr.

SOMOS We Are

Reclaiming Our Humanity

SOMOS/WE ARE is a collaborative initiative developed by Alianza Americas & its members and allies, using art, music, video, & other cultural expressions to tell the true stories of immigrants and our communities. SOMOS/WE ARE provides a powerful counter-narrative to the negative and misguided perception of immigrants that has come to dominate public discourse and policy making, thereby harming our communities, not just in the U.S., but also in other countries around the world, including our own countries of origin.

Participating Cities:

  • Bronx, New York
  • Houston, Texas
  • San Francisco, California
  • Homestead, Florida
  • Chicago, Illinois
  • Morristown, New Jersey

Telemundo covers Somos We Are: National Art Contest

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10 Year Anniversary

In early 2014, a small group of immigrant leaders gathered in Washington, DC with a shoestring budget and a big dream: to create a national network that could lift up the voices of the Latin American and Caribbean community. In November of 2014, Alianza Americas celebrated its 10 Year Anniversary. Today, Alianza Americas 45 organizational members represent more than 100,000 families across 12 states in the United States.