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Private Prisons


Lasting, transformative change happens when everyday people take action and speak out. is the digital organizing platform for Latinx communities  and those who stand with us  to amplify our voices and fight for our collective welfare and dignity.


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NEW TPS for Central American and Haitian nationals

The climate crisis coupled with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic requires swift action by elected leaders. We call on the Biden-Harris administration to issue a new Temporary Protected Status (TPS) designation for El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala, and Nicaragua.

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Protect Immigrants in #First100Days

We’re encouraged by President Biden’s executive orders that will immediately end funding for the border wall and the Muslim travel bans. But there’s still more work to be done to dismantle the terrible policies that the former administration enacted over the past four years.

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Turnout! Mobilizing Voters in an Emergency is an indispensable voter turnout anthology, in the age of extreme inequality, systemic racism, climate change, and pandemics.

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#DignidadLiteraria is a network of committed Latinx writers and culture-makers who believe in the social and political power of wholly authentic Latinx voices and that it is the duty of the publishing industry to use its full power and privilege to combat the invisibility of Latinx authors, editors and executives in the U.S. publishing industry.
Private Prisons Victory


VICTORY! Presente co-led an effort to force the biggest banks in the world to stop financing the private prison industry. To date, 8 banks, totaling more than $2.3 Billion has been pulled out of private prison financing! And we won’t stop until we #defund and #abolish the profit incentive to torture our communities.



Housing is a basic need, just as food, education and healthcare are, and should be a human right. We can only reach our full potential with access to quality housing.

Sanctuary Restaurants

We are in solidarity with restaurant workers, owners, and consumers and respect their dignity, human rights, and contributions to our industry and our nation – including immigrants, refugees, people of all genders, faiths, races, abilities, and sexual orientations.


Is there an issue in your community that you care deeply about? Learn more about Presente’s distributive organizing platform and start your own petition through SOMOS.

Drive California

The Drive California coalition is a statewide coalition of immigrants’ rights advocates, community-based organizations, service providers, faith-based organizations and workers’ rights advocates. The coalition is committed to successful implementation of AB 60 and drivers’ licenses for all.

Last Chance Alliance is a proud member of the Last Chance Alliance –– an alliance of more than 750 public health, environmental justice, climate, and labor organizations that champion a vision for California and the world that looks beyond fossil fuels.

Turnout! Mobilizing Voters in an Emergency

Turnout! Mobilizing Voters in an Emergency is an indispensable voter turnout anthology, in the age of extreme inequality, systemic racism, climate change, and pandemics.



This is a move in the right direction. The administration must now rescind the rule requiring DNA collection from those in immigration detention.

We must protect the privacy and dignity of immigrants, our families, and our communities.

BREAKING: The Biden administration is withdrawing a Trump-era proposal to expand collection of DNA and other biometrics from people applying for or sponsoring immigration benefits.

Happy Mother’s Day to all the loving mamas out there! Thank you for the love you give to the world.

¡Feliz día de las madres a todas las mamás tan amorosas! Gracias por el amor que le dan al mundo.



What are the root causes of migration from Central America?

Alianza Americas and its members CARECEN Washington DC, CARECEN San Francisco, Central American Black Organization (ONECA), Casa Yurumein, Centro Presente, Hondurans against AIDS, and its partners, Latin American Working Group, Center for Gender and Refugee Studies, OXFAM and Latino Rebels host the fourth virtual conversation of our series: What are the root causes of migration from Central America? Violence.


Danielle Mackey, (Contracorriente), Honduras

Alejandra Gutiérrez, (Agencia Ocote), Guatemala

Jeanne Rikkers (Cristosal), El Salvador



This event is part of a series of six live conversations.


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