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Engaging Impasse on Immigration Workshop

A workshop where participants will explore feelings, fears and insights about immigration through reflection, role-playing and discussion. Includes instructions for the workshop facilitator and biographies for role-playing. Read more

Election 2012: Presidential Candidate Chart

We urge our fellow citizens to see beyond party politics, to analyze campaign rhetoric critically, and to choose their political leaders according to principle, not simply party affiliation or mere self-interest. - Faithful Citizenship, U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops Read more

What Part of Legal Immigration Don't You Understand?

A handy chart from Reason magazine explains the current immigration process. Read more

NETWORK Connection Issue on Immigration: Second Quarter 2010

Read NETWORK's most recent Connection issue on comprehensive immigration reform. Read more

NETWORK Connection Issue on Immigration: May-June 2009

Read the Connection issue the movement toward immigration justice. Read more

Responding to Myths and Comments about Immigration

We’ve all been in situations when a family member, neighbor, co-worker, or friend makes a disapproving comment about immigrants. Comments may include “they broke the law” or “they should get in line.” These words and sentiments seem off-the-mark, but how do we respond? Read more

Quotes on Immigrants and Immigration Reform

Would you like to know what religious and civic leaders have said about immigration? Our friends at Justice for Immigrants have compiled these quotes.   Read more

Quick Facts & Take Action 1-page Handout

You can print out NETWORK's recent "Spread the Word" piece to educate your community on the need for Comprehensive Immigration Reform!  Read more

Letter-to-the-editor Tips

Tips for writing letters to the editor, a great way to express your views to your community as well as members of Congress who read the news publications. Read more

Lobbying Tips

NETWORK's tips for writing, calling and visiting your Member of Congress in Washington or in your district. Read more