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14 July 2020
Oakland, California, United States
Over 3000 Words
The city of Oakland and local activists use a similar response to the problem – building encampments of "tiny houses" – but there are critical differences between the two programs. An activist group called The Villag...
9 November 2018
Salem, Oregon, United States
Bringing assistance to asylum seekers from South Asia requires elevating their story in national discourse. In Salem, Oregon, the Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon has coordinated with other advocacy groups, co...
8 November 2018
New York, New York, United States
To assert their voice, community activists must move from behind the scenes to the front lines. Mobilizing the ethnic and immigrant community against Trump’s executive order of 2017 has led to the creation of the Yeme...
8 November 2018
California, United States
By coming together on the national stage, immigrant communities campaign against cancellation of Temporary Protected Status (TPS). The work encompasses over 40 different groups operating around the US to advocate for ...
7 November 2018
Mount Pleasant, Iowa, United States
Inter-ethnic organizations and grassroots communities can quickly channel resources and support to families and communities devastated by Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raids. In Mount Pleasant, Iowa, a ne...
6 November 2018
Los Angeles, California, United States
Grassroots organizers use mobile technology to spread information and resources to underserved immigrant communities. Groups like the Haitian Bridge Alliance and UndocuBlack mobilize legal and social resources for imm...
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