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New Americans Democracy Project. Targeting Citizenship and Civic Participation Outreach: The Numbers. U.S. Metro Chicago. Undocumented. 11,600,000. 500,000. Legal Permanent Residents. 11,600,000. 500,000. LPRs eligible to naturalize Naturalized Adults. 8,000,000 15,000,000. 400,000

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Targeting Citizenship and Civic Participation Outreach:

The Numbers

U.S.

Metro Chicago

Undocumented

11,600,000

500,000

Legal Permanent Residents

11,600,000

500,000

LPRs eligible to naturalize

Naturalized Adults

8,000,000

15,000,000

400,000

685,000

Children of Immigrants Turning 18 by 2012

3,700,000

67,000

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Undocumented

Legal Residents

Naturalized Citizens

US-Born Children of Immigrants

ICIRR’s Integrated Strategy…

Building Power for the Immigrant Community in Illinois through…

+

+

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~ 500,000

~ 736,000

~ 1,526,000*

~500,000

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2005 American Community Survey *Estimates by Rob Paral and Associates

New Americans Democracy Project for Electoral Power

Community Organizing

New Americans InitiativeCitizenship

nadp results 2004 2008
NADP Results… 2004 - 2008
  • 80,759+ Voter Registrations among Latino, Asian, and Arab community
  • $1,019,000 raised in 2008 for 501c3 and 501c4 electoral work
  • 144,277 voters contact in 2008 for voter turnout
  • Over 400 immigrant leaders trained in electoral politics
strategic targeting city and suburbs

Voter Registration and GOTV Target

Election Day Site

Strategic Targeting: City and Suburbs

Targeting Criteria

  • Dense Latino, Asian and Arab/Muslim communities
  • Capacity Building for ICIRR Member Orgs.
  • Precincts/Individuals with low voter registration and turnout
local partnerships nadp host organizations
Local Partnerships…NADP Host Organizations

Ethnic Organizations

Korean-American Resource and

Cultural Center

Latino Org. of the Southwest

Asian American Institute

Indo-American Center

Social Service Agencies

Centro Romero

Erie House

Family Focus

Instituto del Progreso Latino

Community Advocacy Organizations

Albany Park Neighborhood Council

Organization of the Northeast

Southwest Organizing Project

Chicago Workers Collaborative

Gamaliel Foundation

Interfaith Leadership Project

Religious Institutions

Council on American-Islamic

Relations

Mosque Foundation

Scalibrinian Lay Movement

Mt. Carmel Church

youth leadership development nadp fellows
Youth Leadership Development…NADP Fellows

NADP Fellows

FULL TIME FIELD ORGANIZERS

Recruitment and Selection

  • Multilingual, Multiethnic
  • Direct Stake in the Issue
  • Locally Recruited and Passion for Social Justice
  • Trained in Community and Electoral Organizing by Midwest Academy and Wellstone Action
nadp impact and results
NADP Impact and Results
  • Immigrant Candidates
  • New Generation of Immigrant organizers and leaders (building capacity)
  • Access to legislators and policy powerbrokers
  • Ability to move legislative and issue agendas forward

Chicago Hoy April 16th, 2007

Chicago Tribune. March 29th, 2007