The National TPS Alliance is formed and led by TPS beneficiaries from across the United States, combining advocacy efforts at a national level to save Temporary Protected Status for all beneficiaries in the short term and to devise legislation that creates a path to permanent residency in the long term.
There are around 40 committees across the Unites States and over ten non-profit organizations, groups and unions providing support at different levels.
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THE NATIONAL TPS ALLIANCE
JOURNEY FOR JUSTICE
On August 17th, over 50 immigrants with Temporary Protected Status (TPS holders or TPSianos), their family members, and other civil rights leaders will embark on a journey across the United States to lift our collective voices against the termination of TPS, against the expulsion of hundreds of thousands of lawfully present immigrants & against the criminalization of migration in an effort to promote immigrant legalization, to promote political equality, and to promote the power of immigrant courage to prevail against Trump’s campaign of fear.
The journey, with events across the country, will motivate local communities to organize and connect in a national campaign to fight for permanent residency and protect TPS families.
The #TPSJourney4Justice is a grassroots, bottom-up initiative to strengthen, unify, and elevate the voices of TPS holders, build local alliances and support networks, and establish alignment and solidarity with immigrant communities across the country. We intend to bring together tens of thousands of TPS holders and allies and invite them to join the fight to #SaveTPS & #ProtectTPS.
44 stops in 12 weeks. TPS families will ride a bus across the country and on their way, the justice riders will stop to participate in various events.
Meet the Journey for
Click on the links below to see more information about the TPS bus riders.