About the Campaign

Turning the Tide seeks to create a coordinated network of community organizations to build power in our communities in order to turn the tide against criminalization.

We believe that confronting and overcoming criminalization will necessarily result in legalization, expansion of civil rights protections, and the amplification of shared prosperity. Moreover, we believe such an effort can, and must, be rooted in communities and led by those impacted by unjust status quo laws.

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Join TIRRC in Demanding an End to Family Separation and Racial Profiling

Join the TIRRC at the Downtown Presbyterian Church, Nashville, TN, this Thursday, June 14th at 10:30 a.m. as the Migrant Women’s Committee kicks off a day of action with powerful storytelling about the reality of living under the enforcement regime of 287(g). Immigrant women and supporters will then march to the Tennessee Supreme Court and rally at the corner of 7th and Charlotte. We invite you to join us and bear witness inside the chambers of the Tennessee Supreme Court, where legal arguments will be mounted against Sheriff Daron Hall’s brutal 287(g) program. Continue reading

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