Northwest Immigrant Rights Project strives for justice and equity for all persons, regardless of where they were born.
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP) is a nationally-recognized legal services organization founded in 1984. Each year, NWIRP provides direct legal assistance in immigration matters to over 10,000 low-income people from over 150 countries, speaking over 60 different languages and dialects. NWIRP also strives to achieve systemic change to policies and practices affecting immigrants through impact litigation, public policy work, and community education. NWIRP serves the community from four offices in Washington State in Seattle, Granger, Tacoma, and Wenatchee.
We want to extend our gratitude to the hosts of Friday's NWIRP fundraiser at the Neptune Theater for a hugely successful and enjoyable evening. Thank you Kelly Evans, Cyndi Lewis and Marty Loesch, Heather and Chris Mefford, Kristen and Bill McSherry and Mary and Fred Williams for your leadership and your commitment to immigrant rights.
We also want to thank Port of Seattle Commissioner Courtney Gregoire for speaking, former clients Ronald Alvarado Garcia and Maikol Alvarado for sharing their story with everyone, and all of the local businesses and organizations who donated food, drinks, and raffle items.
And finally, a sincere thank you to everyone who came to the event and donated so generously to NWIRP.
We are so grateful for our steadfast and growing community of support.
A huge thank you to Machine House Brewery for hosting last night's fundraiser. We were so honored and touched to see so many people come together in solidarity with our mission.
Thank you to all the artists who performed, the local businesses who donated items to the evening's raffles, and the staff and volunteers who helped make the event run so smoothly.
Thank you all for coming out last night! We are still counting up all of the proceeds, but you all raised over $5000 for Northwest Immigrant Rights Project !!!
Thank you to all the generous contributors to our raffle- The Masonry, Georgetown Music, Georgetown Records, Fantagraphics Bookstore and Gallery, All City Coffee, Hitchcock Deli Georgetown, Georgetown Brewing, Lowercase Brewing, Counterbalance Brewing Company, Ventoux Roasters, and Analog Coffee.
We especially would like to thank Levoneh, Aaron Semer, Michael Wohl, and Gus Clark and the Disappointed for making the night with their great music.
It is wonderful to know that there is so much support for immigrant rights and for NWIRP. Beer is so much better with a strong community!
Reema Duhman, one of the plaintiffs in our lawsuit against the Trump Administration's 'Muslim Ban,' speaks about how painful it is to be separated from her son.
nwasianweekly.com By MARTHA BELLISLE Associated Press SEATTLE (AP) — When war broke out in Syria and the kidnappings began, Reema Duhman used a three-hour curfew to slip out of the country in 2012 and made her way t…
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Two appointees of George W. Bush have now ruled against the ban, further highlighting that this is not a partisan issue, but a constitutional one.
nytimes.com The ruling, the first from an appeals court on the travel ban, is likely to be quickly appealed to the short-handed United States Supreme Court.
We're thrilled to be one of the beneficiaries of "The Revolution Will Be Harmonized" - a great event this Friday night featuring the Seattle Labor Chorus, Anzanga Marimba Ensemble, Orchestra Afrisound, Naomi Wachira, and Soyaya! Thank you to the Columbia City Theater, Grand Daddy Purple, and Sadza.com!
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Legal Director Matt Adams returned to Democracy Now! this morning to discuss Friday's nationwide order by Judge Robart halting significant portions of the Trump Administration's 'Muslim Ban' as well as an update to our separate lawsuit against the ban.
democracynow.org Over the weekend, the Department of Homeland Security began allowing visa holders affected by Trump’s order to board U.S.-bound flights. The agency said it had "suspended any and all actions" related to the travel ban. Among those who were able to travel back to the U.S. was a 12-year-old Yemeni dau...
Breaking GREAT News:
The Trump Administration's Muslim Ban has been brought to a nationwide halt thanks to the Washington State Attorney General's Office lawsuit.
This temporary restraining order restrains federal officers from enforcing parts of the order that target immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries and refugees.
Read more below.
seattletimes.com “The Constitution prevailed today,” Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson said. “No one is above the law — not even the president.”
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