This is the campaign website for the Home Is Here: March for DACA & TPS.

This march is a mobilization that is part of the larger #HomeIsHere national coalition campaign. Learn more about the national campaign by visiting http://www.homeishere.us

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What We’re Doing

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“Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free.”

This is the inscription written at the base of the Statue of Liberty in New York City, from where we are launching the HomeIsHere: March for DACA & TPS.  We are marching from the Statue of Liberty in New York City, a symbol of freedom, liberty and the welcoming of immigrants, to the Supreme Court, the highest court in the land which is the last resort for those looking for justice. On November 12th, 2019, the Supreme Court will hear the case on DACA and begin proceedings to determine the fate of the program. Proceedings for the TPS program have already commenced and a decision from the appeals courts is projected to come out in October. These court cases will determine the futures of one million undocumented immigrants. To build national support and call attention to this issue, we are mobilizing a MARCH to defend DACA and TPS and demand that the courts rule on the right side of history! We are marching because Home Is Here!

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Who We Are

The people leading this march are our undocumented young leaders, TPS recipients, allies, supporters, and YOU! Interested in joining our efforts? Click on the link below!

Join Us

 
 

Why We’re Doing It

Because for a million undocumented immigrants, #HomeIsHere, with our families and communities. Because home is here and we are #HereToStay!

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Our Route

The #HomeIsHere: March for DACA & TPS will begin at Battery Park in New York on Saturday, October 26 and will go until Tuesday, November 12, 2019 with an ending rally at the Supreme Court. Click here to learn more about our routes, all of our specific stops, and events that we have planned so far along the way.

 

Send Our Marchers Critical Supplies!

SUPPLY LIST

Ankle brace (10)
Kinetic tape (10)
Athletic tape (20)
Blister plasters (8)
Cough drops (3)
Energy bars -98 ct bars (10)
Extra socks (3)

First aid kit (3)
Gatorade (28)
Hand warmers (30)
Bengay (3)
Knee brace (5)
Chapstick (20)
Lotion (5)

Electrolytes (Nuun-30)
Energy bites (10)
Tampons/pads (10)
Trash bags (1 pack)
Water5Water -40 pack (1)
EmergenC (5)

Marshal vests (10)
Pedialyte (10)
Rain ponchos (30)
Sleeping bags (10)Sleeping pads
Small towels (10)
Snacks (50)

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THANK YOU TO OUR ORGANIZATIONAL SPONSORS!

Major Sponsors

NAKASEC
HANA Center
Korean Resource Center (KRC)
Make The Road NY/NJ/PA
CASA
Fair Immigration Reform Movement (FIRM)
Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA)

 
 

Co-sponsors

Adoptees for Justice, Arab American Association, Asian American Federation, Asian American Legal Defense & Education Fund, Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance, Asian Americans Advancing Justice-AAJC, Centro de los Derechos del Migrante, Illinois Coalition for Immigrant & Refugee Rights (ICIRR), Korean Americans for Civic Participation, Minkwon Center for Community Action, Mixteca Organization, New York Immigration Coalition, and Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, Voices United

 
 

Partners

Asian Americans United, Chinese for Affirmative Action, Haitian Bridge Alliance, I Learn America, ImmSchools, Korean American Coalition, Korean American Women In Need, and Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Incorporated - Delta Kappa Chapter.