The Black Immigration Network (BIN) works to promote just migration policies and practices grounded in racial and gender equity domestically and internationally, serves to strengthen the relationship and build solidarity between all people of African descent regardless of place of birth, and intentionally seeks to end the negative impact of economic globalization that is the root cause of global migration.
To this end, BIN engages in activities that provide opportunities to:
- Address critical issues around the relations between African Americans born in the U.S. and immigrants of African descent by promoting dialogue, relationship building, alliance building and solidarity between and among black communities;
- Share strategies, opinions and information to address race, immigration and globalization issues and other key social and political issues facing African descendant communities and to intentionally seek to end the negative impact of economic globalization that is the root cause of global migration;
- Share resources and engage in collaborative efforts to foster racial and economic justice for people of African descent and people of color in general.
- Black Immigrant Network – Too Important to Die an Internet Death
- Citizenship: Pursuit of a Path Beyond Paper
- On International Migrants Day, Black Voices Call for Immigration Reform With Racial Equity
- Webinar Invite: Black Perspectives on Immmigration Reform
- Reflecting on Bin’s Development on International Migrants Day