Many nonprofit organizations have leaders who are undocumented immigrants. In general, undocumented immigrants in the United State have a constitutional right to free speech and assembly, and nonprofit organizations have a right to integrate immigrant leaders into their organization’s advocacy. This factsheet answers frequently asked questions (FAQs) about nonprofits’ rights to engage undocumented immigrants in issue advocacy, lobbying, ballot measure campaigns, and lawful public protests. The factsheet also identifies legal and practical limitations for nonprofits collaborating with undocumented activists.
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Posted by Ronnie Pawelko on July 16, 2018
While fighting against the nomination of anti-choice nominee Brett Kavanaugh to the US Supreme Court, don’t lose focus on another battle: a new gag rule for Title X family planning programs.