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Danny Alicea on post-DOMA immigration at New York’s LGBT Community Center

Earlier this week, I had the privilege of participating in a question-and-answer session on post-DOMA legal and financial information at the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center in New … Read more

A letter from Legal Director Aaron Morris in support of April 5th

Friends, This weekend, thousands of immigration activists will gather in cities across the country to demand an end to the deportation of innocent people. Deportation tears communities and families apart, … Read more

Deportation can be a death sentence for LGBT immigrants

In the next few weeks, the Obama administration will have deported 2 million people. On April 5th, Immigration Equality will stand in solidarity with NDLON (the National Day Laborer Organizing Network) and organizations across the country to raise our collective voice in a National Day of Action for Deportation Relief. Read more

A talk with Immigration Equality’s Michelle Gonzalez

Michelle Gonzalez, describes the work she does at Immigration Equality as her dream job. She enjoys the intensity of advocating for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and HIV-positive immigrants. As a … Read more

Join us on April 5th: National Day of Action for Deportation Relief

After six years of “enforcement on steroids,” President Obama will soon reach a very sad milestone – he will have deported 2 million people.  His record-breaking pace to remove immigrants … Read more