March 2021 Newsletter

In solidarity with Asian American immigrants in Georgia and across the nation.

As we celebrate COVID vaccinations and the passage of the Dream and Promise Act in Congress, March was a month of genuine reflection. With escalating physical violence against Asian Americans, we feel the need to lift up the Asian American immigrants who live in the margins of our society.

On March 17, in the aftermath of the tragic shootings in Georgia, we hosted a community healing space, and we continue to affirm our work in fighting for all immigrants — including Asian Americans.

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Upcoming Event

"I decided to pursue law school to gain the skillset needed to expand protections for immigrant and refugee communities in the U.S. and abroad.” — Arabi Hassan, Harvard Law Student

Pre-Law 101 Webinar

Interested in going to law school? Join us tomorrow, April 1 at 5 p.m. PT / 8 p.m. ET to learn what the law school admissions process is like for undocumented students and hear personal experiences from undocumented individuals pursuing a legal career. Learn More

Resource Highlight

Developing a Strong Undocumented Student Task Force on Your Campus
Learn tangible steps to developing an effective undocumented student task force, or strengthening an existing one, in order to create meaningful institutional changes on your campus. Learn More

CalEITC, Young Child Tax Credit & Golden State Stimulus
Hear from Sasha Feldstein, Policy Manager at California Immigrant Policy Center, about important tax credits and the new Golden State Stimulus. Learn how to file your taxes for free and how to get your questions answered. Learn More

Community Story

"What is your 1 degree higher today?" on IGTV

“What is your 1 degree higher today?” on IGTV

Rocio Preciado and Estefania Hermosillo share their thoughts and experiences on what it means to work toward a goal even when the outcome is not yet visible. Watch Video