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PRANA is a 501(c)4 non-profit organization that advocates for the fair and civil treatment of immigrants all over the United States. We promote awareness surrounding social, racial, and economic issues which immigrants face every day. We also work to fight against unjust immigration laws in the United States while aiming to educate communities on cultural differences. Through this education we hope to reduce the stigma and stereotypes associated with immigration which lead to discrimination and xenophobia. Our Mission, is to restore the American dream which immigrants helped build. Most people in the United States don’t know that most Americans are unable to trace their genealogy back five (5) generations without discovering a family member who has immigrated to the United States. Our mission is to explore this story and educate the American people about their history as well as the unjust laws and stigmas surrounding immigrants in America today
Immigrants are the breath of the United States and have helped build what the country is today. We believe that immigrants are the backbone of this country and hope to educate Americans about the hardships immigrants face as well as their history in the development of the United States.
We advocate for the legal rights of immigrants by educating communities about cultural differences and discrimination against immigrants. We also work closely with elected officials and lawmakers to raise awareness about immigration issues while trying to fix immigration laws which make life difficult for immigrants in the United States.
PRANA seeks to address the various inequalities and human rights violations immigrants face on a daily basis.
Our goal is to address state and federal laws which are making it difficult for immigrants to settle in this country. These laws include immigrant access to various legal services, education, housing, health care, employment, and more. We hope to establish more resources for immigrants while speaking to lawmakers and the government to help establish equitable rights for immigrants who settle in this country.