Dream students, DACA, advoacy and action. Immigration reform and immigrant rights are urgently addressed.
Members of Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights Los Angeles (CHIRLA) rally in November 2014 awaiting President Obama's executive action anouncement of temporary and limited deportation relief.
Immigrant workers have been the backbone of the day laborer movement in Los Angeles and members of Pomona Economic Opportunity Center (PEOC) frequently organize in support of immigration reform policy change.
University of California at Berkeley student Ju Hong, a leader of the student-led Dream movement that resulted in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy.
Koreatown Immigrant Worker Alliance (KIWA) members testify in Sacramento in September 2015, successfully advocating for anti-wage theft legislation signed into law by Governor Brown in October, 2015.
Families come together in multi-generational activism to march for immigration reform and a pathway to citizenship.