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===Report a Hate Crime===
 
===Report a Hate Crime===
 
*[https://secure2.convio.net/adl/site/SPageNavigator/Report/Incident.html#.WJdiP7YrJ0s" Anti-Defamation League]: report a hate crime
 
*[https://secure2.convio.net/adl/site/SPageNavigator/Report/Incident.html#.WJdiP7YrJ0s" Anti-Defamation League]: report a hate crime
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*[https://www.hrw.org/callitout #CallItOut]—report a hate crime to Human Rights Watch
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*[https://muslimadvocates-securedform.formstack.com/forms/communities_against_hate Communities Against Hate], from Muslim Advocates
 
*[http://iphobiareport.com/ Islamophobia Report]
 
*[http://iphobiareport.com/ Islamophobia Report]
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*[https://www.cair.com/app/ Make Democracy Work for Everyone]: an app from [https://www.cair.com CAIR] to report hate crimes and know your rights
 
*[http://www.nnaac.org/report_and_handle_hate_crimes National Network for Arab American Communities]: list of organizations to report hate crimes to
 
*[http://www.nnaac.org/report_and_handle_hate_crimes National Network for Arab American Communities]: list of organizations to report hate crimes to
 
*[https://projects.propublica.org/graphics/hatecrimes Pro Publica]: Documenting hate crimes
 
*[https://projects.propublica.org/graphics/hatecrimes Pro Publica]: Documenting hate crimes
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===Responding to Hate Crimes===
 
===Responding to Hate Crimes===
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For information on bystander intervention and responding to hate incidents in the moment, see our [[Tools_of_Resistance#Intervening_to_Stop_Everyday_Injustices|Tools of Resistance page]].
 
*[http://www.avp.org/ Anti-Violence Project] (and the [http://www.avp.org/about-avp/coalitions-a-collaborations/82-national-coalition-of-anti-violence-programs national coalition])
 
*[http://www.avp.org/ Anti-Violence Project] (and the [http://www.avp.org/about-avp/coalitions-a-collaborations/82-national-coalition-of-anti-violence-programs national coalition])
 
*[https://www.sikhcoalition.org/blog/2017/know-how-to-protect-your-gurdwara/ How to Protect Your Gurdwara,] from the Sikh Coalition
 
*[https://www.sikhcoalition.org/blog/2017/know-how-to-protect-your-gurdwara/ How to Protect Your Gurdwara,] from the Sikh Coalition
 
*[http://www.illgowithyou.org/ I'll Go With You]: allies who will offer support, buffering, and nonviolent assistance when asked
 
*[http://www.illgowithyou.org/ I'll Go With You]: allies who will offer support, buffering, and nonviolent assistance when asked
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*[https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2016/11/21/hijab-grab-defense-as-reports-of-hate-crimes-spike-postelection-muslim-women-turn-to-self-defense/?utm_term=.43d466422dfd Self-defense advice for people wearing hijabs]
 
*[https://www.standwithmenow.com/ Stand With Me Now], an organization focused on responding to hate crimes
 
*[https://www.standwithmenow.com/ Stand With Me Now], an organization focused on responding to hate crimes
  
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*[http://www.crisistextline.org/ Crisis Text Line]—text HOME to 741-741
 
*[http://www.crisistextline.org/ Crisis Text Line]—text HOME to 741-741
 
*[http://m.me/Donotpay Do Not Pay], robot lawyer using Facebook Messenger to help refugees fill in an asylum application
 
*[http://m.me/Donotpay Do Not Pay], robot lawyer using Facebook Messenger to help refugees fill in an asylum application
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*[https://humantraffickinghotline.org/ Human Trafficking Hotline]—tel:1-888-373-7888
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*[https://www.imalive.org/ I Am Alive]: an online crisis network
 
*[https://www.equalitylabs.org/ Equality Labs]: help with tech-related crises
 
*[https://www.equalitylabs.org/ Equality Labs]: help with tech-related crises
 
*[http://www.muslimalliance.org/resources Muslim Alliance] resources, including help lines for LGBTQ+ people of color and Muslims
 
*[http://www.muslimalliance.org/resources Muslim Alliance] resources, including help lines for LGBTQ+ people of color and Muslims
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*[https://www.samhsa.gov/find-help/national-helpline Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration] help line
 
*[http://www.theworldisaterribleplace.com/ohcrap/ Oh Crap! What Now? Survival Guide]—crisis resources covering a wide range of topics
 
*[http://www.theworldisaterribleplace.com/ohcrap/ Oh Crap! What Now? Survival Guide]—crisis resources covering a wide range of topics
 
*[https://proactivesteps.info/ Proactive Steps]: a variety of guides/tips
 
*[https://proactivesteps.info/ Proactive Steps]: a variety of guides/tips
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*[http://www.drumnyc.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/ABriefGuideforReportingRaidsonSocialMedia.docx.pdf Guide for reporting immigration raids on social media], from [http://www.drumnyc.org/ DRUM]
 
*[http://www.drumnyc.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/ABriefGuideforReportingRaidsonSocialMedia.docx.pdf Guide for reporting immigration raids on social media], from [http://www.drumnyc.org/ DRUM]
 
*[http://www.immdefense.org/raids-toolkit/ ICE Raids Toolkit], Immigrant Defense Project
 
*[http://www.immdefense.org/raids-toolkit/ ICE Raids Toolkit], Immigrant Defense Project
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*[http://www.ailalawyer.org/ Immigration Lawyer Search] (for PAID legal help)
 
*[http://www.aft.org/sites/default/files/im_uac-educators-guide_2016.pdf Immigrant and Refugee Children: A Guide for Educators and School Support Staff], in case of an immigration raid
 
*[http://www.aft.org/sites/default/files/im_uac-educators-guide_2016.pdf Immigrant and Refugee Children: A Guide for Educators and School Support Staff], in case of an immigration raid
 
*[https://www.informedimmigrant.com/ Informed Immigrant]
 
*[https://www.informedimmigrant.com/ Informed Immigrant]
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*[https://refugeelibraries.org/ Libraries Serve Refugees: Resources by librarians]—for everyone
 
*[https://refugeelibraries.org/ Libraries Serve Refugees: Resources by librarians]—for everyone
 
*Make a plan for encountering ICE agents: information in [http://we.reformimmigrationforamerica.org/page/-/Know-Your-Rights%202017%20graphic%20jam%20edits.jpg English] and [http://we.reformimmigrationforamerica.org/page/-/Know-Your-Rights%202017%20graphic_Spanish%20jam.jpg Spanish]
 
*Make a plan for encountering ICE agents: information in [http://we.reformimmigrationforamerica.org/page/-/Know-Your-Rights%202017%20graphic%20jam%20edits.jpg English] and [http://we.reformimmigrationforamerica.org/page/-/Know-Your-Rights%202017%20graphic_Spanish%20jam.jpg Spanish]
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*[https://www.cair.com/app/ Make Democracy Work for Everyone]: an app from [https://www.cair.com CAIR] to know your rights and report hate crimes
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*[https://www.nationalimmigrationproject.org/PDFs/community/2017_03Apr_comm-adv-social.pdf Social Media, Criminalization, and Immigration]: information on how immigration agents use immigrants' social media accounts
 
*[http://americasvoice.org/blog/use-cellphone-document-expose-immigration-raids-community/ Use Your Cell Phone to Document and Expose Immigration Raids]
 
*[http://americasvoice.org/blog/use-cellphone-document-expose-immigration-raids-community/ Use Your Cell Phone to Document and Expose Immigration Raids]
 
*[https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/14/business/border-enforcement-airport-phones.html?smid=tw-share What are your rights if border agents want to search your phone?], New York Times
 
*[https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/14/business/border-enforcement-airport-phones.html?smid=tw-share What are your rights if border agents want to search your phone?], New York Times
 
*[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9X2V2nhMcE&t=&app=desktop What is the H-1B visa?]—explanation from an immigration lawyer
 
*[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9X2V2nhMcE&t=&app=desktop What is the H-1B visa?]—explanation from an immigration lawyer
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===DACA Crisis Resources===
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*[https://www.ilrc.org/advisory-daca What Do I Need to Know About the End of DACA?], from the [https://www.ilrc.org Immigrant Legal Resource Center]
  
 
===Safety tips for ICE Raids===
 
===Safety tips for ICE Raids===
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===Resources to Contact===
 
===Resources to Contact===
See also [[People_and_Organizations#Immigration|Immigration organizations]] in [[People and Organizations]].
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See also [[People_and_Organizations#Immigration|Immigration organizations]] in [[Organizations Working for Justice and Equity]].
 
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{| class="wikitable"
 
! State
 
! State
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! TelephoneNumber
 
! TelephoneNumber
 
|-
 
|-
| rowspan="7" | National
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| rowspan="8" | National
| rowspan="7" | Nationwide
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| rowspan="8" | Nationwide
 
| [http://lahuelga.com Cosecha]
 
| [http://lahuelga.com Cosecha]
 
| Text HUELGA to 41411 to get connected to the movement
 
| Text HUELGA to 41411 to get connected to the movement
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| tel:212-725-6422 (raid reporting line)
 
| tel:212-725-6422 (raid reporting line)
 
|-
 
|-
| [http://www.immigrationequality.org/get-legal-help/#contactform Immigration Equality] (LGBTQ+ immigrants_
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| [http://www.immigrationequality.org/get-legal-help/#contactform Immigration Equality] (LGBTQ+ immigrants)
 
|tel:212-714-2904 (legal emergency line)
 
|tel:212-714-2904 (legal emergency line)
 
|-
 
|-
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| [http://unitedwedream.org/ United We Dream]
 
| [http://unitedwedream.org/ United We Dream]
 
| Text HERETOSTAY to 877877 to sign up to protect immigrants
 
| Text HERETOSTAY to 877877 to sign up to protect immigrants
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|-
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| [https://ragtag.org/wall-of-us/map Local Immigrant Ally Map]
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| Find local contact information on the map
 
|-
 
|-
 
| rowspan = "2" | AZ
 
| rowspan = "2" | AZ
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| Statewide
 
| Statewide
 
| [http://www.icirr.org/ Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights]
 
| [http://www.icirr.org/ Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights]
| tel:1-855-435-7693
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| tel:1-855-435-7693, 1-312-660-1300
 
|-
 
|-
 
|rowspan="7" | IN
 
|rowspan="7" | IN
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| tel:919-834-3466
 
| tel:919-834-3466
 
|-
 
|-
| rowspan="5" | NY
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| rowspan="8" | NY
 
| rowspan="2" | Statewide
 
| rowspan="2" | Statewide
 
| [http://www.lawhelpny.org/resource/new-york-state-immigration-hotline-informatio?lang=EN New York State Immigration Hotline Information]
 
| [http://www.lawhelpny.org/resource/new-york-state-immigration-hotline-informatio?lang=EN New York State Immigration Hotline Information]
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|  
 
|  
 
|-
 
|-
| rowspan="3"|New York City
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| rowspan="6"|New York City
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| [http://bds.org/#resources Brooklyn Defender Services]
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| tel:718-254-0700
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|-
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| [http://www.bronxdefenders.org/clients-community/help/ Bronx Defenders]
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| tel:347-778-1266
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|-
 
| [http://nylag.org/units/immigrant-protection New York Legal Assistance Group]—Immigrant Protection Unit (attorneys on staff)  
 
| [http://nylag.org/units/immigrant-protection New York Legal Assistance Group]—Immigrant Protection Unit (attorneys on staff)  
 
| tel:212-613-5000
 
| tel:212-613-5000
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| [http://www.legal-aid.org/en/home.aspx The Legal Aid Society]
 
| [http://www.legal-aid.org/en/home.aspx The Legal Aid Society]
 
| tel:844-955-3425 (attorney hotline)
 
| tel:844-955-3425 (attorney hotline)
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|-
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| [http://www1.cuny.edu/sites/citizenship-now/ Citizenship Now!]
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| tel:646-664-9400
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|-
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| Western New York
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| [http://wnylc.com/ecbavlp/ Volunteer Lawyers Project]
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| tel:716-847-0752
 
|-
 
|-
 
|  PA
 
|  PA
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==Reproductive Health, Abortion, Birth Control Crisis Resources==
 
==Reproductive Health, Abortion, Birth Control Crisis Resources==
*[https://www.yourbackline.org/ Backline] and its toll-free pregnancy resource talk line: tel:1-888-493-0092
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*[https://www.all-options.org/ All-Options] and its toll-free pregnancy resource talk line: tel:1-888-493-0092
 
*[https://prochoice.org/think-youre-pregnant/find-a-provider/ National Abortion Federation]—find an abortion provider
 
*[https://prochoice.org/think-youre-pregnant/find-a-provider/ National Abortion Federation]—find an abortion provider
 
*[https://abortionfunds.org/need-abortion/ National Network of Abortion Funds], for help paying for an abortion
 
*[https://abortionfunds.org/need-abortion/ National Network of Abortion Funds], for help paying for an abortion
 
*[https://lafronterafund.org/ La Frontera Fund], providing practical support to people seeking abortions in the Rio Grande Valley (Texas) and to Rio Grande Valley residents traveling to other clinics
 
*[https://lafronterafund.org/ La Frontera Fund], providing practical support to people seeking abortions in the Rio Grande Valley (Texas) and to Rio Grande Valley residents traveling to other clinics
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*[http://www.needymeds.org/free_clinics.taf Needy Meds]: find free or low-cost medical clinics (for everyone!)
 
*[https://app.nurx.co/ Nurx], an app to make it easier to get birth control (serving CA, DC, IL, NY, PA, WA)
 
*[https://app.nurx.co/ Nurx], an app to make it easier to get birth control (serving CA, DC, IL, NY, PA, WA)
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*[https://www.pparx.org/ Partnership for Prescription Assistance]—get help getting your meds
 
*[https://www.plannedparenthood.org/get-care Planned Parenthood]: Get Care—or [https://www.plannedparenthood.org/ chat with them online or over text]
 
*[https://www.plannedparenthood.org/get-care Planned Parenthood]: Get Care—or [https://www.plannedparenthood.org/ chat with them online or over text]
 
*[https://www.hhs.gov/opa/sites/default/files/title-x-directory-grantees.pdf Title X Directory of Grantees], a listing of local family planning providers (August 2016)
 
*[https://www.hhs.gov/opa/sites/default/files/title-x-directory-grantees.pdf Title X Directory of Grantees], a listing of local family planning providers (August 2016)
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| tel:718-596-0342
 
| tel:718-596-0342
 
|}
 
|}
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What To Do Instead of Calling the Police,  A Guide, A Syllabus, A Conversation, A Process. A google doc with a [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_Y0LwX0uOz-P63FVhV0OFkDObbBXcy16YPOcsqnBqto/mobilebasic/ comprehensive list of resources and materials]
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===Law Enforcement Incidents===
 
===Law Enforcement Incidents===
 
*[https://www.aclu.org/feature/aclu-apps-record-police-conduct ACLU Mobile Justice App]
 
*[https://www.aclu.org/feature/aclu-apps-record-police-conduct ACLU Mobile Justice App]
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== [[File:selfcare.png | left | 50px | Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault | link= ]] Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault==
 
== [[File:selfcare.png | left | 50px | Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault | link= ]] Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault==
*[https://www.projectcallisto.org/ Project Callisto], an app fighting sexual assault at universities
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*[http://www.homelessshelterdirectory.org/ Homeless Shelter Directory]
 
*[http://ncadv.org/learn-more/resources National Coalition Against Domestic Violence], list of hotlines and organizations to provide help
 
*[http://ncadv.org/learn-more/resources National Coalition Against Domestic Violence], list of hotlines and organizations to provide help
 
*[http://www.thehotline.org/ National Domestic Violence Hotline]—tel:1-800-799-7233
 
*[http://www.thehotline.org/ National Domestic Violence Hotline]—tel:1-800-799-7233
 
*[https://nycavp.wufoo.com/forms/ncavp-online-reporting-form/ National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs]: report violence against LGBTQ+ people
 
*[https://nycavp.wufoo.com/forms/ncavp-online-reporting-form/ National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs]: report violence against LGBTQ+ people
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*[https://www.projectcallisto.org/ Project Callisto], an app fighting sexual assault at universities
 
*[https://centers.rainn.org/ RAINN crisis centers]
 
*[https://centers.rainn.org/ RAINN crisis centers]
 
*[http://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ Suicide Prevention Lifeline]
 
*[http://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ Suicide Prevention Lifeline]
 
*[https://web.archive.org/web/20170118120742/https://www.justice.gov/ovw/protecting-students-sexual-assault Protecting Students from Sexual Assault]: a snapshot of the Obama Justice Department's website, with many helpful links.
 
*[https://web.archive.org/web/20170118120742/https://www.justice.gov/ovw/protecting-students-sexual-assault Protecting Students from Sexual Assault]: a snapshot of the Obama Justice Department's website, with many helpful links.
 
*[https://hackblossom.org/domestic-violence/ DIY Cybersecurity for Domestic Violence]
 
*[https://hackblossom.org/domestic-violence/ DIY Cybersecurity for Domestic Violence]
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*[http://us.breakthrough.tv/campaigns/action-hotline/ Breakthrough Action Hotline] provides coaching for students to challenge gender-based violence.
  
 
See also [[People_and_Organizations#Domestic_Violence_and_Sexual_Assault|People and Organizations]] working on domestic violence and sexual assault.
 
See also [[People_and_Organizations#Domestic_Violence_and_Sexual_Assault|People and Organizations]] working on domestic violence and sexual assault.
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*[https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/jornalera/id1114712408?mt=8 Jornalera], an app for fighting wage theft from the [http://www.ndlon.org/en/ National Day Laborer Organizing Network]
 
*[https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/jornalera/id1114712408?mt=8 Jornalera], an app for fighting wage theft from the [http://www.ndlon.org/en/ National Day Laborer Organizing Network]
 
*Organizing tips for workers from [http://fightfor15.org/for-workers/ Fight for 15]
 
*Organizing tips for workers from [http://fightfor15.org/for-workers/ Fight for 15]
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* Know [https://nwlc.org/issue/workplace/ workplace rights for women].

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Resources to help marginalized communities find necessary services to protect themselves from harm.

Free Legal Representation
Free Legal Help
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Hate Crime-Related
Hate Crime–Related
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Report a Hate Crime[edit]

See Law Enforcement Incidents to report biased law enforcement incidents.

Responding to Hate Crimes[edit]

For information on bystander intervention and responding to hate incidents in the moment, see our Tools of Resistance page.

Help Lines and Other/General Resources
General Crisis Resources and Help Lines
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See also Safety and Security for computer and Internet–related resources.

Immigration Crisis Resources
Immigration Crisis Resources
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Crisis Guides[edit]

DACA Crisis Resources[edit]

Safety tips for ICE Raids[edit]

  • Do not open the door.
  • Ask why they are there.
  • You have a right to an interpreter.
  • ICE agents must have a warrant (form 1-200, I1-205) signed by a judge. If they do not have the warrant, you can refuse them entry.
  • If they force themselves in or if you are arrested, remain silent, ask others to remain silent, and do not sign anything until you have a lawyer.

More here.

More information: English, Spanish, other languages.

ICE Raid Resources[edit]

  • CIYJA: Fight ICE Raids with Power, Not Panic
  • Notifica, an app that sends out secure messages to your support network
  • RedadAlertas, a crowdsourced app that will alert subscribers when raids are happening

Resources to Contact[edit]

See also Immigration organizations in Organizations Working for Justice and Equity.

State City Organization/Website TelephoneNumber
National Nationwide Cosecha Text HUELGA to 41411 to get connected to the movement
Immigrant Defense Project tel:212-725-6422 (raid reporting line)
Immigration Equality (LGBTQ+ immigrants) tel:212-714-2904 (legal emergency line)
Mexican Consulates(more info) See websites.
National Immigration Legal Services Directory
United We Dream tel:844-363-1423
United We Dream Text HERETOSTAY to 877877 to sign up to protect immigrants
Local Immigrant Ally Map Find local contact information on the map
AZ Statewide The Florence Project tel:520-868-0191
Southern Arizona Immigration Law Clinic, University of Arizona tel:520-626-5232
CA Statewide ICEoutofCA tel:844-878-7801
Northern California ACLU tel:415-621-2493
Southern California ACLU tel:213-977-9500
Los Angeles Esperanza Immigrant Rights Project tel:213-251-3505
El Rescate tel:213-387-3284
San Diego ACLU tel:619-232-2121
San Francisco CARECEN SF tel:415-642-4400
San Jose SIREN—Spanish/English tel:408-453-3017
SIREN—Vietnamese/English tel:408-453-3013
DC Washington CARECENDC tel:202-328-9799
CAIR Coalition tel:202-331-3320
Detention Line tel:202-331-3329
FL Statewide ACLU of Florida tel:786-363-2700
IL Statewide Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights tel:1-855-435-7693, 1-312-660-1300
IN Statewide Indiana Legal Services, Inc. tel: various
Evansville Catholic Charities Diocese of Evansville tel:812-423-5456
Fort Wayne Welcoming Fort Wayne
Goshen National Immigrant Justice Center tel:312-660-1370
Indianapolis Immigrant Welcome Center tel:317-808-2326
Archdiocese of Indianapolis tel:317-236-1526
South Bend La Casa de Amistad tel:574-233-2120
KS Statewide ACLU of Kansas tel:913-490-4100
MD Statewide University of Maryland Immigration Carey School of Law Immigration Clinic tel:410-706-3295
World Relief Baltimore Immigration Legal Clinic tel:410-244-0002
Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC) tel:301-565-4800
NC Statewide ACLU of North Carolina tel:919-834-3466
NY Statewide New York State Immigration Hotline Information tel:800-566-7636
New York Civil Liberties Union tel:212-607-3300
New York City Brooklyn Defender Services tel:718-254-0700
Bronx Defenders tel:347-778-1266
New York Legal Assistance Group—Immigrant Protection Unit (attorneys on staff) tel:212-613-5000
New York Immigration Council tel:212-627-2227
The Legal Aid Society tel:844-955-3425 (attorney hotline)
Citizenship Now! tel:646-664-9400
Western New York Volunteer Lawyers Project tel:716-847-0752
PA Statewide Pennsylvania Immigration Resource Center tel:717-600-8099
TX Statewide ACLU of Texas tel:713-942-8146
Austin area Casa Marianella tel:512.270 1515
Youth Rise Texas tel:512-385-5571 (accepts text messages)
VA Statewide ACLU of Virginia tel:804-644-8022

Muslim Ban / Surveillance
Muslim Ban / Surveillance
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Airport Protests and Help[edit]

State City/Region/Airport Organization/Website Contact Notes
National National American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee tel:202-244-2990

e-mail: [email protected]

ACLU hotline tel:415-621-2488 If you know of anyone detained at any airport, call this hotline.
Our Revolution Sign up for a rapid response list to be notified when Muslim and/or immigrant communities in your zip code might be in danger.
Sikh Coalition
Fly Rights File and track reports of discriminatory behavior or improper procedure displayed by TSA agents here.
International International AirBnB e-mail: [email protected] AirBnB is providing free housing to refugees in the event that they are denied the ability to board a US-bound flight and are not in their city/country of residence. Contact via e-mail.
Florida Orlando Airport @ORDLawyersHQ Attorney available for people detained at any of the listed airports
California LAX ACLU of Southern California tel:213-977-5245 Attorneys available for people detained at LAX
@tracktheban Attorneys available for people detained at LAX
SFO ACLU of Northern California tel:415-621-2488 Contact if family members are detained at SFO.
SAN ACLU of Northern California tel:619-398-4485 Contact if detained at a California airport under executive order.
Texas DFW (Dallas) @DFWDetained Attorneys available for people detained at DFW
Massachusetts Logan Airport in Boston ACLU of Massachusetts tel:617-482-3170 x330 Contact if you or someone you know is detained at Logan Airport in Boston due to their Islamic faith or refugee status.
Logan Airport in Boston @openboston Contact if you or someone you know is detained at Logan Airport in Boston due to their Islamic faith or refugee status.
New Jersey Newark Airport @EWR_Lawyers Contact if you or someone you know is detained at Logan Airport in Boston due to their Islamic faith or refugee status.
New York New York airports State of New York tel:1-888-769-7243 The State of New York has set up a hotline to report any family members who might be currently detained at New York airports.
JFK @nobanjfk Lawyers available for services.
Washington, D.C. Dulles International Airport Dulles Justice @DullesJustice Volunteer opportunities and legal assistance available for those affected by injustice at Dulles International Airport
Washington Seattle SeaTac @NoBanSEA Legal assistance available for those affected by injustice.
Minnesota St. Paul @NoBanMSP Legal assistance available for those affected by injustice.
Oregon Portland, PDX @pdxlawyers Legal assistance available for those affected by injustice.

Reproductive Health, Abortion, Birth Control Crisis Resources[edit]

Trans Crisis Resources
Trans and LGBTQ+ Crisis Resources
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Immigration Crisis Resources
Policing
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Alternatives to Police[edit]

State City Organization/Website TelephoneNumber
NY NY Audre Lorde Project—Safe OUTside the system: The SOS Collective tel:718-596-0342

What To Do Instead of Calling the Police, A Guide, A Syllabus, A Conversation, A Process. A google doc with a comprehensive list of resources and materials

Law Enforcement Incidents[edit]

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
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See also People and Organizations working on domestic violence and sexual assault.

Workplace Discrimination
Workplace Discrimination and Sexual Harassment
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