• The Lion's Side of the Story

    “Until The Lion doesn’t say his side of the story, his murderer The Hunter will always get away with the Glory” African Proverb

    The No papers No Fear Journey for Justice made its arrival to Atlanta, Georgia on August 22nd, and started the visit with a protest outside the Atlanta City Detention Center. This is where  victims of the collaboration between local law enforcement and immigration agents, through programs like Secure Communities, are held, sometimes for long periods of time. Here, immigrants without papers, are held in detention even after they paid their time for what ever "crime" they were accused of - often non-violent- and then turned over to immigration authorities. 

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  • Teatro de los Glahriadores en Atlanta: Sin papeles sin miedo

    Enseñar los derechos por medio de teatro dramático y a veces chistoso. La jornada por la justicia sin papeles y sin miedo participaba en un convivio con Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights (GLAHR) en Atlanta. Filmed and Edited Jorge Torres Read More »

  • El Poder de Organizarse Como Comunidad Indocumentada

    The power to organize as an undocumented community. No Papers No Fear Rider and member of Chicago's Immigrant Youth Justice League (IYJL), Nadia Sol Ireri Unzueta Carrasco talks about effective organizing strategies. 

    Filmed and Edited by Jorge Torres

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  • Traveling to Georgia as U.S. Court Affirms Rights of Police to Verify People’s Immigration Status

    The federal appeals court ruled that Georgia law enforcement may check the immigration status of those who fail to produce ‘proper’ identification, as the No Papers No Fear Ride for Justice, a group of undocumented immigrants publicly speaking about their status, arrives to work with local communities.

    Tifton, GA – Yesterday the United States federal appeals court ruled in favor the section in Georgia’s HB 87, affirming the right of local law enforcement to question people about their immigration status if they are suspected of a crime or fail to produce proper identification. The ruling also blocked several provisions considered violation of constitutional rights and undermining of the powers of the federal government, including the making it a crime to transport, “induce or entice” undocumented immigrants to travel to the state.

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