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    OrganizationProgramsGrant AmountYearPurpose
    Fund for the City of New York IncHuman Rights, Crim-Imm$150,0002019for the Immigrant Defense Project's Commrades Communications Collective
    Fund for the City of New York IncHuman Rights, Crim-Imm$250,0002019for the Immigrant Defense Project
    Heartland Alliance for Human Needs & Human RightsHuman Rights, Crim-Imm$250,0002019for the National Immigrant Justice Center’s Detention, Democracy, and Due Process Project
    National Day Laborer Organizing NetworkHuman Rights, Crim-Imm$75,0002019for the Turning the Tide project
    W Haywood Burns InstituteHuman Rights, Crim-Imm$70,0002019for the CJNY Western Regional Conference and organizational support
    Borealis PhilanthropyHuman Rights, Crim-Imm$400,0002018for a campaign to challenge criminal prosecutions for migration-related arrests
    Mijente Support CommitteeHuman Rights, Crim-Imm$210,0002018for general support
    California Immigrant Policy CenterHuman Rights, Crim-Imm$200,0002018for general support
    Legal Aid Society of San Mateo CountyHuman Rights, Crim-Imm$140,0002018for the Linking Immigrants to Benefits, Resources, and Education (LIBRE) project
    Define AmericanHuman Rights, Crim-Imm$200,0002018for general support
    Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Asian Law CaucusHuman Rights, Crim-Imm$275,0002018for general support
    National Domestic Workers Alliance Inc.Human Rights, Crim-Imm$200,0002018for the Families Belong Together campaign
    Neo Philanthropy Inc.Human Rights, Crim-Imm$100,0002018for Four Freedoms Fund's #DefundHate messaging and narrative research
    Marshall Project Inc.Human Rights, Crim-Imm$50,0002018for the documentary "We Are Witnesses: Becoming an American"
    Human Rights FirstHuman Rights, Crim-Imm$80,0002018to research and report on policies and practices that criminalize asylum seekers and immigrants
    National Center for Youth LawHuman Rights, Crim-Imm$220,0002018to protect and defend immigrant children’s rights while they are in U.S. federal custody and beyond
    Chinese For Affirmative ActionHuman Rights, Crim-Imm$5,0002018for sponsorship of the APSC annual reception
    Tides CenterHuman Rights, Crim-Imm$50,0002018to host a convening of leaders from the immigration and criminal justice reform movements to strategize and plan together
    Witness Inc.Human Rights, Crim-Imm$50,0002018to deepen documentation work in the U.S., including at the Southern border and support its use as evidence in legal proceedings
    Tides CenterHuman Rights, Crim-Imm$300,0002018for the Detention Watch Network
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