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Why do I need to get involved?
The immigration system is broken and it is keeping families apart. Only Congress can pass laws that are permanent and help everyone.
Join the We Belong Together campaign to work for fair immigration policies. Sign up and we will send you:
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The movement for immigrant justice is strong and powerful and will continue to fight for policies that value and respect all of us. Sign up now to join us.
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Join the We Belong Together campaign. Sign up to get updates, and learn about events and opportunities near you. We will tell you what is happening with changes to immigration policies, what you can do to work for change, and more. You can be part of the We Belong Together campaign by taking action with us.
We Belong Together is a campaign to mobilize women for immigration policies that keep families together and empower women. Immigration reforms are central to the fight for women's equality. Millions of immigrant women who are part of the fabric of our communities, workplaces, and schools are blocked from achieving their full potential because of a broken immigration system. Immigration policies must ensure that immigrant women have the opportunity to take care of themselves and their families, and bring their numerous contributions and talents to strengthen America.
We Belong Together is an initiative of the National Domestic Workers Alliance with the participation of women's organizations, immigrant rights groups, children, and families across the country.
The National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA) is the nation's leading voice for dignity and fairness for the millions of domestic workers in the United States, most of whom are women. NDWA works for the respect, recognition, and inclusion in labor protections for domestic workers. The national alliance is powered by over 50 affiliate organizations with over 20,000 nannies, housekeepers, and caregivers for the elderly in 36 cities and 16 states.