Get Involved

 Find out how to get involved in our working groups, committees, and affinity groups.

We also wanted to share some resources and ways to get involved. 
 
 
2) Join a committee or working group. Sign up by clicking here
 
3) Watch our upcoming reparations forum on Wednesday at 5pm PST/8pm EST. You do not need to register, you can watch it at www.aclu.org/reparations
 
4) Sign up to speak to members of congress about ending family & child immgiration detention facilities. You can fill out the form here if you are interested in making virtual visits in Spring 2021 (training will be provided). 
 
5) Join the Nikkei Abolitionist Study Group which will begin meeting in April. You can click here to sign up

Our Path Forward

We’re proud to share our plans for the next period. The plan includes information about our work, priorities, and ways to get involved. It is the result of a months-long planning process.  From this planning process, we’re working to be more accessible. Tsuru for Solidarity is built on relational organizing grounded in values of solidarity and liberation. This means you! Please join us! And this document strives to make that easier. Please read on to find out about priority areas, ways to get involved, and what kinds of financial resources we’re putting forward. Click here to read more. 

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Working Groups

This group is focused on ending child and family immigration detention sites. Click here to read more. 

This group is focused on adult immigration detention as well as issues related to policing and prisons. Click here to read more

This group is focused on supporting Black led efforts for reparations. Click here to read more.

Committees

Focused on community building within the Tsuru for Solidarity community. Click here to read more

Focused on regional direct actions and arts at actions. Click here to read more

Focused on public facing educational programs. Click here to read more

For those interested in educating and mobilizing our youngest organizers (K-12 students).  Click here to read more.

Focused on facilitating Healing Circles for Change. Click here to read more

Focused on Congressional education. Click here to read more

Focused on collecting and mobilizing folded paper tsuru. Click here to read more.

Affinity Groups

A group for those who self identify as younger organizers (roughly 16-25). Click here to learn more. 

A group for those teaching and working at the college and university level. Click here to read more

A group for those who self-identify as Black and Nikkei. Fill out this form for more information

A group for those who self-identify as multiracial Nikkei and/or parents/caregivers of multiracial Nikkei. Fill out this form for more information