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Our Allies

The Restore Fairness campaign believes that all individuals should be entitled to basic human rights. Unfortunately, in the aftermath of 9-11, there has been a steady decline in the human rights of all immigrants to the United States. Cruel anti-immigrant laws have been denying basic due process to thousands of people, with particular impact on immigrant women and their families. Many policies also discriminate against people on the basis of national origin, race, religion, or citizenship.

Become an Ally by signing the pledge and join the movement to support fair immigration and racial justice. Your actions can stop the erosion of our fundamental human rights.

We have an incredible list of partners for our video campaigns.

Restore Fairness video campaign: The American Civil Liberties Union, Amnesty International USA, The American Immigration Lawyers Association, Asian American Justice Center, The Center for Constitutional Rights, Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of LA, Fair Immigration Reform Movement, Immigration Equality, Latin American and Caribbean Community Center, National Council of La Raza, Heartland Alliance’s National Immigrant Justice Center, National Immigration Law Center, National Immigrant Project of the NLG, National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health, New York Immigration Coalition, OneAmerica, The Opportunity Agenda, Rights Working Group, South Asian Americans Leading Together, Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition, WITNESS, Women’s Refugee Commission, America’s Voice, Belden Russonello & Stewart, Migration Policy Institute and the National Immigration Forum.

Checkpoint Nation Video Campaign: ACLU of Arizona, Alliance for Educational Justice, Black Alliance for Just Immigration, Derechos Humanos, DRUM (Desis Rising Up and Moving), Funding Exchange, VAMOS Unidos

 #ImHere Video Campaign: National Domestic Workers Alliance, Women’s Refugee Commission, National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health, Voto Latino, Moms Rising, National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum (NAPAWF), African Services Committee, Planned Parenthood NY, Sauti Yetu Center for African Women, iHollaback, One America, Unite Women, fBomb, American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia, American Civil Liberties Union of Arizona, National Immigrant Justice Center, Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, Rebecca Project for Human Rights, Mujeres Unidas y Activas, Immigration Equality, New York State Youth Leadership Council, Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID), New York Immigration Coalition, Define American, US Human Rights Network, Reform Immigration for America, Rights Working Group, The Opportunity Agenda, Center for Reproductive Rights, V Day and One Billion Rising, New York Immigration Coalition

Individuals who have signed up:

Kyle de Beausset, Citizen Orange, MA
Nora Skelly, VA
Zette Emmons, NY
Mary Mele, Pilgrimage, WA
Thakur Dang, TX
Billy Lawless, IL
Andres Soto, TX
Anu Lall, NY
Gloria Sanchez, TX
Jessica Gomez-Rueda, MO
Jennifer Cook, LA
Soraya Alcala, FL
Kevin Fisher, VA
Amalia Parla, NJ
Mary Luketich, TX
Cori Redstone, UT
LJoy Cloud, CA
Kristina Shull, CA
Sophia Isabel Marrero Cruz, PR
Justin M, OH
Sonny Garcia, IL
Robert Champkin, UK
Cori Cason, IL
Suzanne Oboler, NY
Avra Cohen, NY
Grania Marcus, NY
Amber Killian,
Tina Penn, MN
Lisa Mulzac, NY
Gene Ulmer, UT
Philip Weise, CA
Catherine Trost-Steffen
Alice Kasson, SC
David Collins, NC
Kimberly Bermudes, NC
Delores Grayam, AZ
Chris Ogle, TX
Ana Ortiz, LA
Stephanie Herron, VA
Lillian Oquendo, NY
Michael Levine
Diane Ayala-Cook, AZ
Vanessa Pano, AZ
Geraldine Sosa, AZ
Patrick Gothman, TX
Stephanie Harig, VA
Grace Tumang
Sandra Aguilar, OR
Gustavo Jacobo, TX
Andres Urdaneta, PA
Lorraine Luongo, SC
Akos Kovach, AZ
Judy Rickard, CA
Catherine Horn, MS
Michael Chavez, TX
Michael Evans, CA
Emily Cabaniss, NC
Ashok Sulakhe, IN
Priya Shah, NJ
Reymundo Aguilar, GA