30 Years of Immigrant Rights

Immigrant Youth Justice League members occupy an intersection in Georgia. Photo by Isaac Steiner.

When hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets of Chicago in 2006 to protest unjust immigration laws, Crossroads Fund’s grantees were there. We support groups that have grown over the years to take leadership roles in immigrant rights organizing, like the Korean American Resource and Cultural Center and the United African Organization, as well as emerging leaders like the Immigrant Youth Justice League.

Crossroads Fund is proud of our 30 year history of supporting immigrant rights organizing in Chicago. To hear about the impact of a Crossroads Fund grant on one immigrant rights group, watch the short video below.