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Collaboration with city seeks to protect homeowners as gentrification threatens to uproot them

Mar 23, 2017
Letter from City of Dallas letting residents know Catholic Charities was involved
Leya Speasmaker and Brian Tierney

Catholic Charities of Dallas’ Immigration Legal Services program, a CLINIC affiliate, has teamed up with the City of Dallas to protect the rights of immigrant residents who may be forced out of their homes at the end of the 2016-2017 school year.

DACA: A chance at a better life

Feb 27, 2017
Emmanuel is among the thousands of DACA students pursuing higher education.
Emmanuel is among the thousands of DACA
students pursuing higher education.
Source: iStock
 
Lisa Parisio

As part of CLINIC’s Defending Vulnerable Populations Project, we are presenting an ongoing series of the stories of people who are placed at risk by their immigration status.

Meet Emmanuel, entrepreneur and DACA-recipient.

In the fight for sanctuary cities, advocates are stronger together

Feb 1, 2017
Christy Williams

Protecting immigrants on the local level, known commonly as the sanctuary cities movement, was among the top immigration issues addressed by state legislatures in the 2016 legislative session. Sister Colleen Dauerbach, social justice coordinator for the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, was one of many advocates working diligently as a voice for immigrants afraid to speak up for themselves.

MARCC ID Card: Strengthening communities and partners

Jan 19, 2017
Leya Speasmaker

Since Mayor John Cranley’s 2015 announcement affirming his commitment to making Cincinnati the most immigrant-friendly city, Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio was at the forefront of this endeavor.

Cranley assembled a task force to write Cincinnati’s welcoming plan, which included creating a community ID as a priority initiative. Alisa Berry, chief operating officer of the CLINIC affiliate, in particular, was instrumental in turning this goal and legislative premise into action.

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