Black Alliance for Just Immigration

The Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI) was founded in April 2006 to engage African Americans and other communities in a dialogue that leads to actions that challenge U.S. immigration policy and the underlying issues of race, racism and economic inequity that frame it.

BAJI is an education and advocacy group comprised of African Americans and black immigrants from Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean. BAJI’s goal is to develop a core group of African Americans who will do education and organizing in African American communities, actively support immigrant rights, and build coalitions with immigrant communities and immigrant rights organizations to further the mutual cause of economic and social justice for all. Within that goal, BAJI is bringing the African Diaspora in the U.S. together to build relations among the various black communities and to address the root causes of migration.

Contact Information
Email Address: 
1212 Broadway, Suite 812
Oakland, 94612
United States
Is Registered: 
USSF 2010