ACT joins Black immigrant orgs in filing complaint against The WRAP

On October 13, the Texas A&M University School of Law's Immigrant Rights Clinic with 6 co-signature organizations, filed a new civil rights and civil liberties complaint that implicates ICE in the use of an FDA-registered medical device and human restraint (The WRAP) to threaten, coerce, and punish asylum seekers. 

Read the complaint here. 

Letter to VP Harris: Deliver Green Cards for Immigrant Communities

On Wednesday, October 13th, 2021, Communities United for Status and Protection held a press conference and action calling on leadership to deliver Green Cards for over 40,000 TPS holders. 


On August 12, 2021, we sent a letter to the Biden administration urging them to take action on LRIF. As the deadline for LRIF nears, the administration must acknowledge and address the perpetual limbo many LIberians have been sitting in, trying to apply for LRIF. 


Letter to Biden Admin on Title 42

We joined 100 orgs in a letter to President Biden asking that the administration immediately end the misuse of Title 42 public health authority that illegally and inhumanely expels asylum seekers and migrants at the border. 


White House Task Force on Black Immigrants

Policy Recommendations and Priorities for the First 100 Days and Beyond

For policy inquiries, please contact:

Guerline Jozef, Executive Director of the Haitian Bridge Alliance at

Haddy Gassama, Policy and Advocacy Coordinator at UndocuBlack Network at

Mustafa Jumale, Founder of Black Immigrant Collective at

First 100 Day Recommendations on the Liberian Refugee Immigration Fairness Program

November 25, 2020


The LRIF Strategy Group sent the Biden-Harris transition a set of recommendations for the new administration’s First 100 Days.  Read the recommendations here.


Rep. Meng Urges Trump Administration to Not Undermine Coronavirus Vaccination Program

December 5, 2020


African Communities Together was quoted in Rep. Grace Meng’s press release announcing the letter she sent to the Department of Health and Human Services and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention objecting to the requirement that states collect and share personal identification information of COVID-19 vaccine recipients.  See the press release here.


Letter to President-Elect Biden Calling on Him to Rescind all Bans

December 18, 2020


African Communities Together joined the No Muslim Ban Ever campaign, the Value Our Families campaign and several national, state and local organizations, in sending a letter to President-Elect Joe Biden to thank him for his commitment to rescind every iteration of the Muslim Ban, including the African Ban, on Day One and to urge him to expeditiously rescind related bans and Executive Orders.  See the letter here.