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GCIR provides timely resources that funders need to address the challenges facing newcomers and their host communities.
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GCIR Apr 16
How are children being impacted by the current wave of immigration enforcement policies? Join our Thursday program, Through the Eyes of Children, to see the profound impacts of enforcement and detention.
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GCIR Apr 10
When foundations and donors stand in partnership with pro-immigrant orgs in their communities, real results flow. Be inspired by stories from
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GCIR Apr 8
Data Hits from show that CA's make significant contributions to the state economy (; ) and that is more prevalent among children of working immigrants ().
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GCIR Apr 8
highlights Carolyn Wang Kong, Chief Program Director of the Blue Shield of California Foundation
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GCIR Apr 4
Inform yourself about the effects of trauma on infants and toddlers in refugee and immigrant families with this great new issue brief.
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GCIR Apr 4
See through the eyes of a child what it's like to be separated from your mother by the U.S. government.
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GCIR Mar 28
Hurray! 4,000+ Liberians will not lose their status in the next few days.
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GCIR Mar 27
Do you work on how to promote early learning for children of immigrants? Sign up for this April 3rd webinar:
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UndocuBlack Network Mar 26
Replying to @UndocuBlack
Teanke Tarwai is a nurse: Going back to Liberia is like going back to the civil war. I'm not going to go back because that is not my home. Minnesota is home. This video featuring her & other Liberians will bring you to tears.
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UndocuBlack Network Mar 26
Replying to @UndocuBlack
David is a father of six and homeowner who risks losing it all if DED is terminated. He is one of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit suing this administration.
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UndocuBlack Network Mar 26
Replying to @UndocuBlack
Linda is a friend, sister and community member who works in a bank in Minnesota. Minneapolis is her home.
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GCIR Mar 25
Interested in the issues impacting Black immigrants and ways that philanthropy can address them? Check out our new resource, produced with after a recent joint webinar:
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GCIR Mar 23
Want to work with a dedicated, dynamic, and diverse team to address issues facing immigrants and refugees? We're looking for a Development and Communications Associate and an Executive Assistant, both based in the Bay Area.
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GCIR Mar 22
Funerals began yesterday for victims of the . As we mourn the victims, we must rededicate ourselves to build a society in which all people see each other as humans worthy of honor and respect. See how funders can play a part:
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GCIR Mar 20
Have you seen and ' incredible award-winning film ? It's now available free until March 23rd:
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GCIR Mar 20
Funders: Today is the last day to register for our Thursday webinar on the dismantling of the U.S. asylum system and how philanthropy can respond.
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GCIR Mar 19
Attacks motivated by white nationalism have become all too common in recent years, from a Sikh temple in Oak Creek in 2012 to a black church in Charleston in 2015 to a synagogue in Pittsburgh in 2018 to last week's .
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GCIR Mar 18
To funders in the GCIR network & beyond: While you may not be able to act in New Zealand, you can show your solidarity here at home and counter hate in all its forms to ensure that our neighbors and community members no longer have to live in fear.
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GCIR Mar 15
All of us at GCIR grieve for the lives lost in Christchurch, New Zealand, and stand in support of their families and Muslim communities around the world. We see you, we mourn with you, and our hearts are breaking along with yours. See what funders can do:
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GCIR Mar 15
We stand in support of the victims, their families, and Muslim communities around the world. Our hearts are breaking with yours. We all must fight against Islamophobia, xenophobia, and white supremacy and do our part to ensure dignity for all people.
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