A 2010 Minneapolis Foundation report provides a comprehensive overview of immigration to Minnesota. Clicking on the link will give you the option to download or open a PDF file.
Read Ruth Milkman's new article, "Organizing the Unorganizable," about how the immigrant rights movement can signal a rebirth of organized labor.
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The PowerPoint presentation, "There Is No Line: Immigration Myths and Facts," offers an overview of immigration to Minnesota and analysis of our broken immigration system.
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AFL-CIO articles and position papers on immigration.
Change to Win website, with links to campaigns organizing immigrant workers.
George Lakoff, formerly a senior fellow with the now-defunct Rockridge Institute, offers a cogent analysis of how immigration is being framed in the public debate.
Posters, buttons and more for helping you build solidarity across borders.
Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights has fact sheets, a curriculum and more.
The Minnesota Immigrant Rights Action Committee
Website of the Minnesota Immigrant Freedom Network.
Website of Centro Campesino, a workers' center based in Owatonna, Minn.
Workers Interfaith Network
Highlander Research and Education Center offers excellent resources in both English and Spanish.
Interfaith Center for Worker Justice.
National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights has many resources, including a catalog of videos that includes "Uprooted."
National Day Laborers Organizing Network
The National Immigration Forum has factsheets, legislative updates and more.
The Migration Information Source has an excellent study on "Foreign-Born Wage and Salary Workers in the US Labor Force and Unions."
The Racial Wealth Divide Project features a report on "Latino and African-American Workers in the Global Economy."
Immigration History Research Center, based at the University of Minnesota, has a wealth of information on immigration to the state.
Did your relatives come to the United States through Ellis Island? Find out at this website sponsored by the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation.
Website for University of California Professor Ruth Milkman, with links to her research on labor and immigration.
The Census Bureau's data on immigration.
An overview of recent resources from the Minnesota Legislative Reference Library.
"Non-Citizens and Minnesota Law," written for legislators by the non-partisan Minnesota House Research Department, December 2004. Clicking on this link will allow you to download or open a PDF file.
Hmong history and culture links.
Center for Hmong Art and Talent.
Immigration resources from St. Paul Public Library.
People for the American Way tracks right wing anti-immigrant rhetoric and activities.
Photos taken by undocumented workers crossing the U.S.-Mexican border.
A list of resources, reports and links that connect labor and immigrant rights.
A blog about current challenges facing immigrants in the workplace.
A blog about legal issues and immigration.
Downloadable pamphlets about immigrant rights, in a variety of languages.
Miller O'Brien law firm provides services on labor and immigrant issues.