National Day Laborer Organizing Network (website, English and Spanish) aims to improve the lives of day laborers, migrants, and low-wage workers. NDLON builds leadership and power so workers can challenge inequality and expand labor, civil, and political rights for all. The group works on litigation and campaigns such as getting ICE out of jails. NDLON also created a series of study materials on the origins of the Central American migrant exodus.
National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA) works to protect and raise labor standards for domestic workers including housekeepers, nannies, home and elder care workers, aiming to make their work visible and valued. NDWA offers leadership development for women of color; invests in grassroots groups; and builds state, regional, and national change campaigns.
Division of Immigrant Policies and Affairs, NYS Dept. of Labor, addresses the needs, issues, and challenges of immigrant workers with outreach and monitoring of labor law compliance. Many forms and other materials are available in multiple languages. Topics covered include H-2A, -2B, U, and T visas; human trafficking, labor rights, racetrack work, and more. Contact: 877-466-9757, firstname.lastname@example.org.