The New York Times features IJC as an organization to support

The New York Times features IJC as an organization to support

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Joe Raedle/Getty Images

The New York Times Editorial Board has recommended Immigrant Justice Corps as a non-profit organization worthy of your donation, in their Opinion piece, There’s No Excuse for Mistreating Children at the Border. Here’s What To Do About It.

We are honored to be recognized by the New York Times as an organization on the front lines of representation and justice for immigrants.

The article empowers readers to speak up and take action against the human rights abuses happening on our southern border. Whether by donating, educating yourself or voting, everyone has the power to stand up against this administration’s horrendous policies. 

As the first fellowship program of its kind, IJC is building the next generation of immigration lawyers and advocates. Our program builds the capacity of leading non-profit legal service providers and community-based organizations across the country, in areas where high-quality legal representation is desperately needed. Our work would not be possible without our incredible network of funders, supporters, and host organizations. 

We will not rest until universal representation is a reality. Join us.