Napkins-set of 3 in Support of Immigrant Rights

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Napkins-set of 3 in Support of Immigrant Rights

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Digitally printed black crowns, over dyed with multi colored ice dyeing technique. One-of-a-kind! 3 variations

15.5” x 15.5”

100% of profits from this item will be donated! Thank you for your support!

In an effort to combat the inhumane conditions and experiences these children have endured and in an attempt to provide legal support and basic needs to these families in crisis, RivTak has released a special collection of hand dyed indigo scarves. All proceeds from the sale will be donated to the Las Americas Immigrant Advocacy Center and the Kids in Need of Defense organization.

In early April 2018, President Trump signed a “zero-tolerance” policy in an attempt to reform border control. A month later, a second phase of the policy was implemented, effectively separating families who were attempting to illegally cross the border from Mexico into the United States. At least 2,342 children were ruthlessly separated from their parents between May 5 and June 9 as a result of the Trump’s policy. Even though Trump has signed an order to stop the separations, questions remain about its implementation and the fate of the children who have already been separated.

Las Americas is a 31 year-old, homegrown, non-profit dedicated to serving the legal needs of low income immigrants, including refugees and asylum seekers, victims of crime, and families seeking reunification. Las Americas lawyers and staff are committed to providing legal representation to those who otherwise would not be able to afford it.

[KIND has] trained more than 24,200 attorneys and partnered with over 522 corporations, law firms, law schools, and bar associations. Firms often take numerous cases in their offices across the country and establish in-house expertise.  In addition to in-person trainings and mentorship, KIND’s online manual helps our attorneys access information whenever they need it; numerous other resources are also available to KIND volunteers.

[KIND] attempt[s] to broaden understanding of these children among a range of stakeholders and the public by educating them about experiences that forced these children out of their communities and drove them to come alone to the United States; the lack of fair access to the U.S. protection system after they arrive; and the potential dangers that many of these children face upon return to their home country. Towards this goal, [KIND] work[s] with the White House, Capitol Hill, and federal agencies to help ensure that unaccompanied children receive fair and appropriate treatment while in the U.S. immigration system.

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