Black Immigration Network Membership

BIN is a membership organization open to individuals as well as organizations and programs that serve, organize in, advocate for and/or do research on progressive policies for Black communities. At least 50% of the governing body or the senior staff members of an organization or program must be of African descent (the BIN steering committee is responsible for determining if an organization meets these qualifications). All BIN members must adhere to the BIN mission, purpose, and values.

BIN is an organization that promotes, supports and pursues a progressive Black voice on immigration issues. There are two levels of membership:

  • Organizations and programs that serve, organize in, advocate for, and/or provide research for African, Afro-Caribbean, Afro-Latino and African American communities in the United States and that are run by members of these communities.
  • Individuals that serve, organize in, advocate for, and/or provide research for African, Afro-Caribbean, Afro-Latino and African American communities in the United States.
Organizational Membership Individual Membership
Organizational members receive the following benefits:
  • Space for at least 2 representatives at membership meetings and conferences
  • 20% discounts on publications, events, trainings, and other activities
  • Regular updates and information
  • Priority to attend BIN trainings, conferences, forums, workshops and other activities
  • Right to join BIN work groups and committees
  • Right to propose and influence BIN policymaking through participation in work groups, committees and membership meetings
  • Eligibility for nomination to serve on the BIN Steering Committee.
  • Right to vote for members of the BIN Steering Committee
  • Expand funding opportunities for work rooted in BIN principles
Budget

  • Under $50,000
  • $50,000 -$99,999
  • $100,000 – $199,999
  • $200,000 – $299,999
  • $300,000 – $399,999
  • $400,000 – $499,999
  • $500,000 and over
Minimum Annual Dues

  • $50
  • $75
  • $100
  • $125
  • $150
  • $200
  • $250
Individual members receive the following benefits:
  • 20% discounts on BIN publications, events, trainings and other activities
  • Priority to attend BIN trainings, conferences, forums, workshops and other activities
  • Regular updates and information
  • Right to join BIN work groups or committees
  • Right to propose and influence BIN policy-making through participation in work groups, committees and membership meetings
  • Eligibility for nomination to serve on the BIN Steering Committee.
  • Right to vote for members of the BIN Steering Committee
Individuals

  • Regular
  • Students/Low Income
  • Unemployed
Minimum Annual Dues

  • $35
  • $20
  • $10
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