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|12/14: Post Election resources from the ILRC
Released 16 December 2016  By Angie Junck - Immigrant Legal Resource Center
Post Election resources from the ILRC
December 14, 2016
President-elect Trumpís anti-immigrant rhetoric throughout the campaign has immigrant families worrying that they could be targeted, detained, or deported. In order to ensure immigrants are informed, prepared, and protected, the ILRC has released the following resources, and will continue to create and disseminate more like them.
Post-Election Talking Points and Resources
Post-Election Resource for Schools
Know Your Rights and What Immigrant Families Should Know
Post-Election Q&A for Advocates and Attorneys Serving Immigrant Survivors of Gender-Based Violence
Post-Election Community Information Sheet
Family Preparedness Plan
The ILRC continues to produce and disseminate Red Cards, sturdy plastic cards that provide critical information on how to assert these rights, along with an explanation to ICE agents that the individual is indeed asserting those rights. The demand for cards has increased significantly since the election, and we have responded by increasing our orders and fulfilment, as well as providing the design and information on executing these rights here:
We ask you to please share these resources widely with your partners and colleagues, so that we can help preserve the progress in immigrantsí rights we have fought so hard for, and protect our neighbors during this challenging time.
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