During these tumultuous times, it is especially important to celebrate recent victories — like the preliminary injunction against Muslim Ban 2.0 — and ensuring that millions of Americans continue to have access to basic health care. If you are wondering whether protests, phone calls, and mobilizations are making a difference — they are!
However, we can’t lose sight over the fact that the Trump Administration’s disastrous immigration policies are wreaking havoc on impacted communities and are just the tip of the iceberg. This is why CAA has been all over the Chinese language media, providing vital know-your-rights information and promoting the value that sanctuary policies are about community safety and protecting everyone.
We’re continuing to respond in different ways, and here’s how YOU can help right now:
Spread the word:
- Weekly Immigration Clinics – CAA is providing one-on-one appointments and legal referrals for individuals who have general immigration questions. To make an appointment, please call (415) 761-3222.
- Bi-Weekly Immigrant Rights Workshops – CAA is organizing bi-weekly workshops (2nd and 4th Mondays of the month) covering a range of topics including health care benefits, education rights, and know-your-rights when encountering police and immigration enforcement conducted in Cantonese and Mandarin.
- 24 Hour ICE Rapid Response Hotline – CAA is part of The San Francisco Rapid Response Network which is providing support for individuals who are being targeted by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). To report ICE activity in your neighborhood, please call the multilingual hotline (415) 200-1548.
Help us fill bilingual staff positions – To meet the growing demands, CAA is hiring! And we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records. Position descriptions are here.
Volunteer – Everyone has talents and expertise to bring to the resistance against exclusion and hate. Click here to sign up for CAA’s volunteer list.
Donate – Make a donation today so that we can continue the resistance.
Thanks for your support in meeting the immediate needs of impacted communities, as we continue to build resistance against all policies that seek to divide and harm our communities.