We advocate on behalf of low-income residents in the areas of housing and community development.
We are committed to an immigration system that keeps families together and does not determine a person’s value by their immigration status or whether they have been incarcerated.
We challenge inequities in the criminal justice system by providing community education.
We provide legal counseling, policy advocacy, direct services and impact litigation for low-income immigrant workers.
We protect the civil rights of individuals and communities unjustly impacted by overbroad national security policies.
ASPIRE provides a space for the AB 540 API youth.
We believe in expanding and protecting the voting rights of API communities to ensure full participation of all eligible voters in the electoral process.
There are more than 200 immigration-detention centers in the United States. Immigrants detained are subject to deplorable conditions and thousands are confined for years without knowing how long they will be behind bars. ... See Less
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