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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.

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)