Dignity Not Detention Campaign
In February 2010 the DWN launched its first organizing campaign, “Dignity, Not Detention: Preserving Human Rights and Restoring Justice,” which called for the restoration of fundamental human rights and due process in the U.S. immigration detention and deportation system. In its first year, the campaign supported organizing at local sites in Arizona, Texas and Georgia while engaging members in complementary education and advocacy efforts at the national level.
Today, the campaign has developed into a national organizing strategy focusing on Ending Detention and Deportation. The campaign team is composed of DWN member groups in New York, New Jersey, Arizona, Texas, Georgia, Florida and California.
For more information on the current campaign, our demands and how you can get involved, please contact Catalina Nieto at: cnieto [at] detentionwatchnetwork [dot] org