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Know Your Rights Resources

Know Your Rights Resources and mini cards/infographics in various languages. Topics include what your rights are when ICE comes to your door and when encountering ICE agents.

Know Your Rights When ICE comes to your door – YOU HAVE RIGHTS IF IMMIGRATION KNOCKS ON YOUR DOOR!

Amharic
Arabic
Chinese
English
Hindi
Khmer
Korean
Spanish
Tigrinya
Urdu
Vietnamese

Advancing Justice-Atlanta has developed in-language Know Your Rights mini cards for when ICE comes to your door. To obtain a physical copy of the KYR mini cards, contact us at 404-585-8446.

Amharic
Arabic
Burmese
Chinese
Creo (Haitian)
Dar/Farsi
English
French
Gujarati
Hindi
Karen
Khemer
Kinyarwanda (Congolese)
Korean
Nepali
Pashto
Punjabi
Somali
Spanish
Swahili
Urdu
Vietnamese

When encountering ICE agents/law enforcement

English
Spanish

 

 

Letters for Black Lives

Letters for Black Lives is an open letter project on anti-Blackness.

Letters for Black Lives is a set of crowdsourced, multilingual, and culturally-aware resources aimed at creating a space for open and honest conversations about racial justice, police violence, and anti-Blackness in our families and communities.”

“We began as a group of Asian Americans and Canadians writing an intergenerational letter to voice our concerns and support for the Black community. We have since grown to include other immigrant groups and communities of color. Our goal is to listen, support, and amplify the message of Black Lives Matter within our communities.”

“We encourage people from all communities to adapt and build off of these resources.”

Visit the website at https://lettersforblacklives.com/

Reviving Sisterhood COVID-19 Resources in South Asian Languages

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Reviving the Islamic Sisterhood for Empowerment has created a variety of resource materials in various South Asian languages, including:

  • Ramadan Guides from the Minnesota Department of Health in three different languages
  • Video tutorials  – We know COVID-19 has exacerbated the barriers to healthcare that many refugee and immigrant populations face. Church World Service (CWS) worked with medical professionals and community experts from refugee communities in the United States to create informational videos in 11 languages, many of which are spoken by communities that don’t have COVID-19 information specifically tailored for them.