Supporting Latinx artists, street medics, cooperators and troublemakers in building and sustaining of local organizing work and desmadre focused on building Latinx power without the State
We are living in extraordinary times. We have an opportunity to live our Pro-Black principles and further our ultimate goal of el buen vivir para todxs, because we know that when Black Lives Matter, all lives will actually matter.
Working 'Sin El Estado', outside the state, takes resistance and moves it one step further into the realm of imagination and transformation.
Chinga La Migra is a battle cry. In the time of Trump, we know we’ve got to play defense, but we’re going to be real offensive doing it.
Tech companies are building the tools used to surveil, incarcerate, and deport our communities. We're fighting back.
Follow our Step-by-Step guide to register to vote online or by paper form in North Carolina.
This document provides helpful links and information on COVID-19 resources in North Carolina.
Mijente and LCLAA have published a new report detailing the effects of this pandemic on our Latinx community.
Download the report from Mijente on expanding sanctuary cities to protect all residents from criminalization and deportation.
This document lays out a roadmap for setting up Community Defense Zone campaigns in local communities.
Toolkit for organizers and advocates on workplace raids and audits
A Guide on Organizing as Defense Against Federal Investigations and Prosecutions
An Immigration Policy Platform for Beyond the Trump Era
Decolonizing Latinx Health and Reclaiming Traditional Healing