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State Sen. Skinner Asks Contra Costa Supervisors to Cancel $95 Million...

State Sen. Nancy Skinner has sent a letter to the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors urging board members to reverse their decision to...

Berkeley’s New Mayor Jesse Arreguín Welcomed by Latino Center at CAL

This past weekend, Mayor Jesse Arreguín, Berkeley’s first Latino mayor and its youngest mayor, was honored at a UC Berkeley.UC Berkeley´s Center for Latino...

City of Berkeley Condemns Border Wall, Pledges to Divest From All...

 The Berkeley City Council took a strong stance this week by voting unanimously to divest from all companies involved with designing, building, financing, or...

Oakland Schools Face Increased Challenges to Support Newcomer Students

Oakland International may have the only Arabic-speaking mental health counselor in the district In the wake of rising, visible anti-immigrant attacks and xenophobic sentiment in...

Enforcing federal immigration laws “would harm community trust,” Says Richmond Police...

By Chief Allwyn Brown, Richmond Police DepartmentI want to make it known that we (Richmond Police) value and appreciate our community, and that we...

Community Members Demand Alameda County Sheriff Disentangle from Immigration Enforcement

Board of Supervisors and Assemblyman Rob Bonta ask sheriff to expand sanctuary policy Hundreds marched through downtown Oakland on Tuesday demanding that Alameda County Sheriff...

Alameda County Votes to Fund Immigrant Legal Defense Network

The Alameda County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously on Tuesday to allocate $750,000 to the creation of a county-wide rapid response network to fight...

Oakland Council, SF Foundation Kickstart Immigrant Defense Network

The Oakland City Council voted unanimously this week to appropriate $300,000 over two years from the city’s general fund to help establish of a...

Bay Area Sanctuary Cities Vow to Resist Trump, Despite Federal Funding...

Quickly after President Donald Trump signed executive orders that would punish sanctuary cities by cutting their federal funding, Bay Area leaders doubled down on...

Immigration Program Allows Central American Families to Bring Minors in Danger...

Cruz Hernandez and his wife Pabla Lobos haven’t seen their sons since the couple left El Salvador 16 years ago and resettled in Oakland. “The...
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