Looking back on the first year of the Biden administration, we remember that there was initially great promise and early progress toward advancing immigrant justice and restoring immigrant rights. Theadministration began by undoing many of the Trump administration’s racist and draconian immigration policies, including fortifying Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), rescinding the Muslim Ban, and ending government funding of a border wall. Yet, recent actions taken by the current administration, such as expelling Haitian migrants and increasing the number of immigrant detainees during a worldwide pandemic, continue to negatively impact communities.
A group of leading California foundations issued this call to action on immigration to philanthropy.
Join Unbound, GCIR, Four Freedoms Fund and leaders from the field for a conversation on equitable approaches to dealing with the fallout when migration and climate change interact.
Join coordinating committee members from the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP), UnidosUS, and The Children’s Partnership, to learn more about CTAN’s emerging work as the country continues to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic and systemic racism.
2020 Census Day Statement from Philanthropy California and Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees
This call will review recent policy developments and help participants understand their impact on immigrant and refugee communities.
Join the FCCP to learn more about these initiatives that allow for quickly evolving November and transition period plans.
In the first eight months of the Trump administration, arrests and deportations of immigrants rose 40 percent versus the year before. Yet it may not last. A new report from Migration Policy Institute finds it is “unlikely” the current level of removals will continue.
Our 2018 convening was an opportunity to gather with local, state, and national foundations with diverse interests to discuss emerging challenges and opportunities for newcomers and receiving communities.
This brand-new report synthesizes lessons learned from the DOTD network over the past ten years and provides recommendations for future philanthropic collaboration.
Join indigenous migrant leaders, GCIR, and Four Freedoms Fund to learn about the findings from a groundbreaking mapping project on indigenous migrant communities in the U.S., and to reflect on how funders can address ongoing needs and properly visibilize this diverse population.