Serving the Northern Nevada Immigrant Community
Immigrants are an important part of the fabric of Nevada’s society. They are fundamental to our primary industries and quality of life. For immigrants, life in Nevada may provide more opportunities than before, but it is still very hard. Many parents work two or three low-wage jobs, sacrificing today for a better tomorrow for their kids.
Undocumented Nevadans are especially vulnerable and are often forced to live in the shadows. Children live in constant fear that their parents will be deported.
PLAN believes these families deserve to live openly without fear, and be recognized as contributing members of our communities. PLAN supports immigrants’ rights to legal status and advancement to citizenship, and it works to change policy to protect immigrant families.
PRESS CONFERENCE ON DACA
When: Tuesday, August 15 @ 11 a.m.
Where: PLAN Office 203 South Arlington Ave., Reno, Nevada
5-year Anniversary of DACA implementation. We continue to stand firm and take action against the rescindment of DACA.
For more information call 775-800-1851 or 775-348-7557
PLAN Op Eds and Key Press
- ‘It’s about change’: Reno Women’s March on Washington
Demonstrators lined Virginia Street on Saturday morning in downtown Reno, ready to march.
- ‘The hurricane is about to hit’: Trump’s crackdown on illegal immigration sparking fear, action in Las Vegas
An unmarked white van pulled up to Astrid Silva’s home last week. The driver approached with a box and asked for her by name. She asked what the box contained. “Flowers,” he said.
- Activists plan Reno march Saturday in support of Women’s March on Washington
Activists in Reno have organized a Saturday march as part of the Women’s March on Washington in D.C.
- Activists tour irrigation district
- As the GOP try to save their health care bill, some Americans say Obamacare is the difference between life or death