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Mijente Principles of Unity

June 30th, 2018

EnglishEspañolPortuguês These are our Mijente Principles, to help us remember and guide us in struggle. 1. We are Latinx and Chicanx people that are part of movements for justice and self-determination for all people. We are pro-Black, pro-indigena, pro-worker, pro-mujer, pro-Lesbian Gay, Bi, Trans and Queer, pro-migrant because we hold all of those identities, and because our […]


Safety & Travel Tips for San Diego #FreeOurFuture

June 29th, 2018

Nothing here should be taken as legal advice. Consult a trusted attorney for information specific to your case. Jump to specific sections: Preparing to Travel Traveling by Bus/Car/Van Traveling by Plane Communicating Securely In San Diego Participating in Direct Action   A NOTE FROM MIJENTE We are excited about the actions taking place in San […]


National “Chinga La Migra” Organizing Tour Targets ICE, Launches at Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma

June 4th, 2018

The tour will kick off with a ‘noise and light’ demonstration at the NW detention center (1146 East J Street, Tacoma, WA) on Monday, June 4th, from 8-11 pm. Seattle, WA – On June 4th Mijente will launch the “Chinga La Migra/ Abolish ICE” tour to tell the story of what the deportation crisis under […]


Chinga La Migra: Morristown Tennessee

June 3rd, 2018

In early April 2018, ICE raided a meat packing plant outside of Morristown, Tennessee. But ICE did not act alone, Tennessee Highway Patrol and local police diverted traffic and Tennessee National Guard opened up its facilities and functioned as a temporary immigrant detention center. Chinga La Migra Tour is coming to Morristown Tennessee on June [...]


Chinga La Migra: Chicago

May 30th, 2018

In Chicago, Chinga La Migra is hosted by OCAD, an undocu-led organization that has trained hundreds of leaders on the front lines, fighting wide-spread immigration raids. The Chinga La Migra tour is building off of the work OCAD has done pressing Chicago to live up to its promise of being a Sanctuary city, at the [...]


Voto de Mayo: National Latinx Mobilization for Stacey Abrams

April 24th, 2018

Stacey Abrams has the chance to be a national example of a progressive candidate of color who prioritizes the health and safety of our communities, defend immigrants and people of color over incarceration and criminalization, and if elected could be the first Black woman to be Governor in the history of the United States. This year, Mijente […]


5 Ways to Support Ale During Her Hearing #ReleaseAle

April 9th, 2018

After 4 weeks in detention, beloved activist and Mijente member Alejandra "Ale" Pablos finally received a date for her bond hearing! Ale has been held without bond since being taken into custody during a regular check-in with ICE on March 7. The bond hearing is Ale's chance to be released, but she needs everyone's support [...]


A Letter to Mijente: “I’m Fighting with You”

April 4th, 2018

Mijente member Alejandra Pablos has been in ICE custody since March 7th. She wrote these powerful words to fellow members to show her love and gratitude.


ICE Targets Undocumented Immigrants Who Share Their Story in the Media

February 26th, 2018

Immigration agents claimed they pursued activist Maru Mora-Villalpando when they found her name and story in a local newspaper, labeling her an “anti-ICE” activist. The Seattle Field office of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) released documents stating that immigrant rights organizer Maru Mora-Villalpando came to their attention after she “stated that she is ‘undocumented’ in […]


Resistance to the Trump Agenda Must Include ICE and the Department of Justice

February 1st, 2018

  Our resistance to a Trump agenda and our fight for immigrant rights needs to go beyond the halls of Congress. As the White House proposal is exposed as yet another racist puzzle piece in the administration's ploy to advance white supremacist values, we must strategize to also bring down the two agencies that continue [...]