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While millions of us protest Donald Trump and his administration’s hateful policies, some of America’s biggest companies are doing the opposite — they’re falling in line behind him. Meet the Corporate Backers of Hate — nine corporations collaborating with Trump or directly benefiting from his racist, xenophobic agenda.

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Pride season is here!

Make the Road New York’s LGBTQ Projects, TrIP and GLOBE, will leading events and actions across the city, giving visibility to our community–celebrating our diversity while standing strong against transphobia and hate violence in our neighborhoods. We’ll celebrate Queens Pride, 6th Annual Trans-Latina March, BushwickPride, and more. Join us on the streets!

Our Impact

Our Impact

Make the Road New York, together with the Council on American-Islamic Relations – Connecticut (CAIR-CT), has filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration for withholding critical information concerning its continued profiling of Muslims and other marginalized groups with respect to visa processing and immigration enforcement – a practice we are calling the “Backdoor Muslim Ban.”

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Achieving Dignity and Justice

The number of participants Make the Road New York led in the #NoBanNoWall March.

The amount we save or put back into the pockets of community members annually

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Recent Media Coverage

Observer

Immigrant Groups to Offer Guidance on Resisting ICE

A group of grassroots organizations from New York City and other parts of the country will be discussing how they are fighting back against U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids and what they said are expanded local and national deportation systems in a webinar later this month. The webinar, titled “EYES ON ICE: Community approaches…

Gothamist

Federal Judge Rules Grandparents & Other Relatives Are Exempt From Latest Travel Ban

Relatives of American citizens from six majority-Muslim countries will no longer be selectively barred from the United States following a federal judge’s ruling in Hawaii on Thursday. U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson described the State Department’s recent guidance—which barred aunts and uncles, cousins, in-laws and grandparents but not parents, spouses, fiances, children, or in-laws—as “the antithesis…

Newsday

New Jersey county launches probe of Brentwood immigrant’s death

The governing body of New Jersey’s Hudson County launched an investigation Wednesday into the death of a Brentwood resident after he was held more than two months in their jail, pending his possible deportation under custody of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. A resolution by the county’s Board of Freeholders, the equivalent of a…