Tompkins County Immigrant Rights Coalition

A Network for Immigrant Community Empowerment

‘El Coqui Siempre Canta” The Coqui Always Sings. A Benefit Festival Event with Food, Poetry and Music For Puerto Rico.

  Friday, October 27, 2017 from 6 to 9 P.M. at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Ithaca 306 North Aurora St., Ithaca, New York Suggested donation is $15 individuals or $25 per family   Proceeds will directly benefit several communities... Continue Reading →

THE U TURN FILM A Transformational Journey. Guatemala, 2017; Director Luis Argueta).

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27TH 6PM AT GIAC: 301 W. COURT ST. ITHACA, NY The transformational journey of the immigrant workers who broke the silence about the abuses they endured at the Agriprocessors meatpacking plant in Postville, Iowa and the community... Continue Reading →

Cornellians Rally Against Removal of DACA

By Mollie Cramer. Students, faculty and administrators stood in solidarity on the Arts Quad to defend immigrants and demand justice in light of President Donald Trump’s decision Tuesday to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program...TO READ MORE:

Professor helps release immigration hotline to Tompkins County

The Tompkins County Immigrant Rights Coalition has been recently renewed as a resource for immigrants in Tompkins County to use. The group released an immigration hotline Sept. 15 for immigrants to use when they feel in danger of being deported.... Continue Reading →


The following article “On DACA and our student and young community members” was written by Patricia Rodriguez, an assistant professor of politics at Ithaca College and member of the Tompkins County Immigrant Rights Coalition. If you have an article on how... Continue Reading →

SOA Watch-Webinar – Politics of Migration and Latin Resistance to the Homeland Security State. September 22, 2017.

Dear supporters of immigrant rights, As we continue planning for the 2nd Border Encuentro in Tucson and Ambos Nogales, we are excited to invite you to participate in our Third Webinar. Register here SOA Watch’s third webinar is on Friday, September 22 at 5:00 pm ET. During this... Continue Reading →

Tompkins County Immigrant Rights Coalition Launches Rapid Response Network with Hotline

For immediate release                                                         SEPT 16, 2017 Contact: Patricia Rodriguez, 607-339-1372; Beth Harris, 607-266-7587... Continue Reading →

TRAINING: Rapid Response for Immigrants – Tuesday, Sept 26, 7:00-8:15pm

Free and open to those who want to participate in Rapid Response Network in the Ithaca Area Location: Ithaca College, FRIENDS 208 Hi everyone, The TC Immigrant Rights Coalition is having another training for Rapid Response, based on the model... Continue Reading →

Braceros Strike After One Worker Dies

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