Who We Are
Our goal is to abolish ICE and create an immigration system divorced from white supremacy, and that respects the dignity of all human beings. We are doing this by mainstreaming the idea in political discourse, pushing current elected officials and candidates to adopt abolishing ICE as part of their platform, and partnering with organizations and individuals who are at the frontlines of immigration advocacy and supporting immigrant communities.
Rabyaah Althaibani is a Yemeni-American activist. She was a key organizer of the 2017 New York bodega strike protesting Donald Trump's immigration ban and was communications director the El-Yateem State Senate campaign, where she organized first time Arab American voters. Her husband Basheer was affected by Trump's travel ban, leading her to organize around immigration and ICE.
Antonio Alarcon is a member of Make the Road Action. For several years, he has also worked as a Youth Organizer at Make the Road New York, the largest grassroots community organization in New York. He is an enthusiastic leader who has been organizing his community for almost a decade, working towards the passage of the New York Dream Act and Immigration Reform at the federal level. Last month he graduated from Queens College with a film degree. His goal to create films about the struggle of people of color. Currently, he stars in “Indivisible” a film depicting family separation due to the current immigration system. The film has won a Peabody Award. He has been published in the New York Times, El Diario, Remezcla and several other newspapers and outlets.
Greg Greene has worked in digital and communications strategy for over a decade, and in progressive politics for even longer. In President Obama’s first term, he handled digital outreach at the Democratic National Committee — working with progressive influencers, placing stories, and sharing his snark and ear for rapid response over the committee’s social media platforms. He was one of the first strategists at Blue State Digital, the pioneering digital agency, and worked as an advocate for progressive causes in his native Deep South after studying for his law degree at the University of Virginia. He lives with his family in the Washington area.