Immigrant Day 2011

One California: Many Peoples. One Future.

(Advocates at Immigrant Day 2010, before a legislative visit)

While other states consider alarming anti-immigrant bills California has the opportunity to be a beacon for immigrant rights and inclusion. We can protect our tradition as a welcoming and diverse state and work to advance immigrant rights to guide our efforts toward creating future prosperity for all Californians.
Will your organization join hundreds of immigrant community leaders for Immigrant Day in Sacramento this May 24?  Click here to register today.

Immigrant Day is a powerful opportunity for us to all stand together at the State Capitol and raise our voices for California’s immigrant families.

Again, please mark your calendar for Tuesday, May 24th in Sacramento.

A few important details:

► Please note the date change (formerly May 16) of the event.  Contact us if you have questions concerning this change.

► Travel support is available for many regions of the state. However, you must register by March 15 for this support.

► Please have 1 person from your organization register.  We’ll work with this point person to coordinate logistics as well as offer special advocacy and policy training that can then be shared with your community members.

► The Immigrant Day schedule includes legislative visits and a rally with special guests.

For further information please contact Kristine Chong: or (213) 250-0880 x 111
Thank you in advance for your participation in this meaningful day of action to stand in solidarity for immigrant rights in California.


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