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We are the Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition, Colorado’s immigrant rights movement. We are composed of over 95+ member organizations in every part of Colorado.

CIRC is a statewide, membership-based coalition of immigrant, faith, labor, youth, community, business and ally organizations founded in 2002 to improve the lives of immigrants and refugees by making Colorado a more welcoming, immigrant-friendly state. CIRC achieves this mission through non-partisan civic engagement, public education, and advocating for workable, fair and humane immigration policies.

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Pledge your support for Universal Representation for All

March 3, 2021
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  • Universal Representation

The Campaign for Universal Representation For All aims to address one of the most urgent issues of access to justice in our state and nation today. In Colorado, ICE has detained thousands of immigrants and held them in detention centers, forcing many to face immigration court and detention without a lawyer. This injustice leads to […]

Join the fight against Palantir!

August 25, 2020
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  • Data & Privacy
  • ICE Resistance

On August 20th Palantir officially moved its headquarters to Denver. Join Coloradans as we refuse to partner with Palantir!

Action Alert: COVID Relief for Immigrants

August 5, 2020
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  • Other

Despite months of coordinated efforts to demand that immigrant families be included as part of federal COVID-19 relief packages, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Senator Cory Gardner have not released any substantial bill that would include immigrants in the next COVID relief package. This negligence is impacting millions of families across our country and […]

Request a Know Your Rights Training

August 15, 2019
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CIRC has an interactive curriculum to teach communities about their rights when confronted with ICE or police in the state of Colorado. The trainings include: What is the difference between ICE and different police forces; brief overview of current deportation practices; ICE showing up at court; ICE/police conducting a home raid; police traffic stop; paying bond at the jail; and getting your loved one released from jail if there is an ICE hold request.

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