Post-Election: Call to Action

(Last updated on November 2016)

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Following the presidential election results, organizations across the country are planning various efforts to fight for immigrants’ rights. We will be updating this page regularly to inform you about the many ways you can take action so be sure to bookmark this page and share it with your networks.

At My (Un)Documented Life blog, we are looking for undocumented immigrants or allies who can help us compile helpful information and resources for undocumented immigrants. Contact us if you can help.

Cosecha is organizing a Migrant Boycott. They are aiming to get at least 100,000 people who are committed to boycott. You can learn more about Cosecha’s strategy and sign up here.

The Dream.Us is encouraging DACA beneficiaries to share how their life has changed with DACA on social media using the hashtag #WithDACA. If you are undocumented or an ally, you can make a video and let undocumented immigrants know that they are not alone using the hashtag #YouAreNotAlone

The National Day Laborer Organizing Network has launched an Alto Trump campaign and will be organizing various events.