Defend NJ’s Immigrant Trust Directive

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New Jerseyans are safer when local police aren’t forced to perform federal immigration enforcement. New Jersey Parents Caucus (NJPC), along with 45 other community organizations, has joined with the ACLU as they filed a brief this month in federal court to defend NJ’s Immigrant Trust Directive, which directs local officers to focus on local, not federal, concerns. As an organization seeking to ensure that children remain with their families, in their homes and in their communities, NJPC supports the Directive. For over two decades, NJPC has witnessed firsthand the devastating effects that immigration enforcement has on families and children, exacerbating emotional, behavioral, and mental health challenges in children, families and communities. Learn more HERE

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