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Transcript of Data Privacy Informational Video

April 23, 2021
What's New at CIRC
  • Other

0:04 The 150,000 Coloradans who have obtained a driver’s license or ID card since the passage of SB 251 complied with the rigorous process laid out by the law, sharing personal information with the state government in good faith. For some, their information was then weaponized against them and used for the purpose of immigration […]

Support the Agriculture Worker Bill of Rights

April 22, 2021
What's New at CIRC
  • Immigration Reform

We’re excited to announce that the bill SB-87 passed the House and Senate! This action is no longer live and is preserved for site history purposes. The Farmworker Bill of Rights, SB21-087, could be voted on in the senate tomorrow! This means we are in crunch time for making our voices heard! Even if you’ve […]

CIRC stands in grief and solidarity with Sikh community and all those affected by Indianapolis FedEx shooting

April 20, 2021
Press Release
  • Other

Statement from Lisa Durán, Executive Director Last Thursday, the country experienced yet another devastating episode of gun violence, as a man killed eight people at a FedEx facility — including four Sikh workers — and wounded several others. To all those who lost loved ones in the shooting, know that our hearts are with you. […]

Our Vision for Federal Immigration Reform: 9 Demands

April 12, 2021
What's New at CIRC
  • Immigration Reform
  • CIRC

This is our moment to create bold, lasting change. We must fight for justice for all immigrants, and that fight must be based on the hopes and needs of Colorado’s immigrant communities. Working with our directly impacted members, we’ve come up with nine demands for immigration justice:

Immigrant Rights Activists Drop Banners Throughout the State Calling for Immigration Reform

April 8, 2021
What's New at CIRC
  • Other

Denver, CO – On April 9, immigration activists throughout the state of Colorado will engage in a collective action to demand a legislative solution creating a pathway to citizenship for all undocumented immigrants. They will drop pro-immigration-justice banners in public places across the state, to demand the administration and Congress deliver on their promises and […]

Tune in on social media

April 5, 2021
What's New at CIRC
  • CIRC

Follow us on social media to see the latest updates and action alerts, and join the conversation! Facebook page: The Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition – CIRC Instagram: co_immigrant Twitter: CIRCimmigrant

2020 Annual Report

April 5, 2021
What's New at CIRC
  • CIRC

2020 Annual Report | Plain Text version

April 5, 2021
What's New at CIRC
  • CIRC

Dear CIRC community, To look back on 2020 is to see sharply and poignantly what divides us – and how we come together to care for each other – in Colorado and our country. As we emerge (hopefully) from the global pandemic and the sustained attacks against immigrants that were a hallmark of the Trump […]

Press Release: Advocates call for more just and inclusive path to citizenship as CO reps sign essential workers bill

March 25, 2021
Press Release
  • Immigration Reform

Denver, CO – Last week, the Citizenship for Essential Workers Act was introduced in the House of Representatives by Reps. Castro and Lieu, and in the Senate by Sens. Padilla and Warren. The legislation would put up to 5+ million undocumented essential workers on pathways to citizenship. This week, Senator Hickenlooper joined Senator Representative DeGette […]

Applications Closed for: South Regional Fellow

March 24, 2021
What's New at CIRC
  • Other

Key Responsibilities The CIRC South Fellow is responsible for working with the South Regional Organizer to support CIRC members in the Southern region of CO with trainings, capacity building, and implementation of CIRC’s strategic priority campaigns. Strong preference for someone to be located in the San Luis Valley, Trinidad, or Pueblo.  Coordination and Support of […]

Statement on recent violence in Boulder and Atlanta

March 23, 2021
Press Release
  • Other

“The unthinkable happened yesterday - again - in Colorado. A Boulder supermarket became the latest in a string of Colorado shootings. 10 people were killed as they went about their daily lives...

Colorado lawmakers propose limiting state data-sharing

March 9, 2021
In the News
  • Data & Privacy

9News Colorado senators plan to introduce a bill in next week’s legislative session that would protect personally identifying information Coloradans share with the state when accessing state agency services, according to the Colorado Immigration Rights Coalition (CIRC). The legislation aims to restore the trust between Colorado’s immigrant communities and the state, said CRIC. Continue Reading

Pledge your support for Universal Representation for All

March 3, 2021
What's New at CIRC
  • 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 […]

Protect Coloradans’ Privacy and Keep Families Together

February 19, 2021
What's New at CIRC
  • Data & Privacy

*Seguido en español abajo* All Coloradans have relied on services provided by our state government to help face the unprecedented health and economic crises caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Now more than ever, it’s critical that all Coloradans can trust that any personal information they provide to the state while accessing these vital services to […]

Emails Show Chummy Relationship Between ICE, Colorado DMV

February 12, 2021
In the News
  • Data & Privacy

In June 2019, Jade Kominek, an investigative analyst with the Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles, emailed an Immigration and Customs Enforcement employee to inquire about the immigration status of someone who was the subject of a DMV investigation

Immigration Advocates, Lawmakers, Community Leaders Call for Stronger Data Privacy Protections for Coloradans

February 11, 2021
Press Release
  • Data & Privacy

For Immediate Release Contact: Ian Pham or 713-679-0948 Upcoming legislation will create consistent process for requests of personal information to be submitted, vetted, and granted when appropriate Denver, CO – Today, legislative leaders and immigrant community advocates announced their support for upcoming legislation that would protect the personal identifying information Coloradans share with the state when […]

Colorado state representatives seeking immigration legal defense fund

February 8, 2021
In the News
  • Universal Representation

9News.com COLORADO, USA — In immigration court, having legal representation can mean the difference between staying in the United States or being deported. A 2015 study from the University of Pennsylvania showed that immigrants with a lawyer present were 10 times more likely to win their cases. “When you think about this, you have an […]

Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition (CIRC) condemns the 1/6/21 attempted coup, calls for accountability and justice.

January 13, 2021
Press Release
  • Other

In the wake of last week’s attempted coup by white supremacists, the Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition (CIRC) and CIRC Action Fund calls for the removal from office of those involved, and immediate action by our elected officials to honor the choice of the millions of people across this country who voted to reject facism and […]

ICE performed forced hysterectomies on detained immigrants

December 22, 2020
In the News
  • ICE Resistance

The Guardian More women have joined an official legal petition alleging that they were medically abused by a gynecologist while in Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody in a move that significantly expands a case that has shocked America.  

Statement: Trump Administration Attempts to Intimidate “Safe Cities”

September 30, 2020
Press Release
  • Immigration Reform

For Immediate Release Press contact: CO Rapid Response Network is prepared, calls on Senate to support localities, restrict ICE’s funding Denver – Colorado (September 29, 2020) This week, the Washington Post reports Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) reports will supposedly detain and harass people in jurisdictions with policies that limit collaboration between ICE and local […]

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