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Until We’re Free

September 12-16, 2022


Black Friday

November 25, 2021

This Black Friday, BAJI invites you to learn, educate, agitate and organize your community in support of Black migrants to #EndTitle42 and #StopDeportationsNow


Come By Here

July 27, 2021

Please join BAJI on Tuesday, July 27th, 2021 for a webinar to learn more about ”Come By Here”, an upcoming *caravan for Black migrants.

Hear from our staff and partners on the urgency of protecting Black migrants at the border as we discuss their lived experiences and the sociopolitical context of their migration.  

Zoom registration link Tuesday, July 27th, 2021 at 2pm PST / 5pm CST / 6pm EST


Black Immigrants In the US: Policy Priorities

May 4, 2021

Instagram Webinar 54



“There is a Target On Us”

January 28, 2021

“There is a Target On Us” describes the recent migration of Africans to and through Mexico, within a broader discourse of anti-Black racism in the country. The report provides an overview of how discrimination on the bases of race and skin color impacts Afro-Mexicans, Black migrants, and other peoples of African descent. 

Please join and register here for a January 28th, briefing of the report Black Alliance for Just Immigration and the report Authors, S. Priya Morley, Arthur Helton , Global Human Rights Fellow, NYU School of Law, and Molly Goss, Transnational Family Case Manager, Institute for Women in Migration (IMUMI) for a briefing of the report.

This Report forms part of Mujeres Negras Migrantes en México (“Black Migrant Women in Mexico”), a research project on the experiences of Black migrant women entering, transiting through, and/or settling in Mexico.

Get Out The Vote

November, 2022




We All We Got

February 28, 2022

It has been almost two months since the tragic Bronx fire where we lost seventeen people and experienced trauma brought on by city and landlords’ negligence.



July 31, 2021

Caravan starts at Leimert Park Plaza, stops at the Downtown Los Angeles Metropolitan Detention Center, ends at the San Diego Otay Mesa Detention Center. Refreshments provided.

Given the current administration’s exclusionary stance on incoming migrants and their particular targeting of Black migrants, we must continue being loud against rampant anti-Black and anti-immigrant rhetoric and policies! Immigrants are welcome here!

Can we count on you to join us in support of Black immigrants? 

Registration for caravan


Our Stories and Visions: Gender in Black Immigrant Communities

February 4-26, 2021

Launching on February 4th 2021, BAJI’s new gender justice report, Our Stories and Visions: Gender in Black Immigrant Communities. 


Our Stories and Visions: Gender in Black Immigrant Communities IG Live Series. 
Conversations with the team that helped create BAJI’s new gender justice report live on @instaBAJI 

  • February 12th 7-8pm ET  — Our Stories and Visions: Gender in Black Immigrant Communities Catherine Labiran (BAJI’s Gender Justice Program Coordinator) and Nekessa Opoti (BAJI’s Communications Director)
  • February 17th 3-4pm ET — Conversations with BAJI’s Gender Justice Research Fellows Pt 1: Hawi Teizazu (BAJI’s Gender Justice Research Fellow — Minneapolis) and Nadia Kelifa (BAJI’s Gender Justice Research Fellow — Los Angeles)
  • February 17th 7-8pm ET — Conversations with BAJI’s Gender Justice Research Fellows Pt 2.: Jaiye Singletary (BAJI’s Gender Justice Research Fellow — Miami) and Christina Aldime (BAJI’s Gender Justice Research Fellow — New York)
  • February 19th 7-8pm ET — The Power of Collaboration: Catherine Labiran (BAJI’s Gender Justice Program Coordinator) and Bianca Campbell (Movement Building Senior Manager at Forward Together)
  • February 24th 7-8pm ET — Art, Accessibility and Social Justice: Catherine Labiran (BAJI’s Gender Justice Program Coordinator), Amy Wu (Chief Designer and Founder at Duende) and  Amir Khadar (Illustrator/Fiber Artist/Writer)
  • February 26th 7-8pm ET —  Centering Mental Health and Wellness: Catherine Labiran (BAJI’s Gender Justice Program Coordinator) and Shaé Smith (Trauma Focused-Therapist/Licensed Master Social Worker at Sixth Street Wellness)