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    ACTION - AILA’s Advocacy Action Center
    7/8/21 TAKE ACTION TODAY: Urge your Senators to support a pathway to citizenship for Dreamers, TPS and DED holders, and farm workers living in the U.S. Email or call your members of Congress to ensure these bills have strong bipartisan support!
    ACTION - Bystander Intervention Training to Stop Anti-Asian American and Xenophobic Harassment
    In response to the rise in Anti-Asian/American and xenophobic harassment, we at Hollaback! partnered with Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC to adapt our free bystander intervention training as well as offering a de-escalation training to meet this moment. Key Words: COVID-19, Pandemic
    ACTION - Report an Antisemitic, Bias or Discriminatory Incident
    Report an Antisemitic, Bias or Discriminatory Incident ADL believes people should not be targeted or treated unfairly because of their religion, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin or level of ability. If you have experienced or witnessed an incident of bias, bigotry, hate, antisemitism or extremism, please fill out our incident intake form below. We will do our best to investigate your situation and respond to you quickly. In an emergency, please dial 911.
    ACTION - SCC Rapid Response Network Training
    The RRN in SCC is a community defense project developed to protect immigrant families from deportation and to provide moral and accompaniment support during and after immigration operations in our community. Those interested in participating as Rapid Responders can connect through this link. RRN Training will be held in-person at Sacred Heart Community Service in the outdoor courtyard and we will follow the CDC guidelines to ensure your health and safety, Classes are limited to 8 participants and 2 facilitators Hand sanitizer and masks will be available upon arrival COVID-19 has not stopped ICE from enforcing detentions in our community and your action and presence are vital. Key Words: CORONAVIRUS, COVID-19
    ACTION - Stop AAPI Hate Reporting Center
    We encourage all who have witnessed or experienced micro-aggressions, bullying, harassment, hate speech, or violence to help us document. The more information we have, the better we can respond and prevent further incidents from occurring. Submit an Incident Report Form in: English,Chinese-Traditional, Chinese-Simplified, Korean, Thai, Japanese, Vietnamese, Khmer, Punjabi, Tagalog, Hmong, Hindi Key Words: Hate Crime, Asian
    ACTION - Support a pathway to citizenship for Dreamers, TPS Recipients and Essential Workers
    Polls show that 83% of Americans, including 66% of Republicans, support a pathway to citizenship for Dreamers, and over 6 in 10 Americans support including a pathway to citizenship for undocumented essential workers in a COVID relief package. It’s time for the Senate to act. Call your senator and ask them to support the Dream Act of 2021 now.
    ADVOCACY - American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC)
    ADC is a civil rights organization founded in 1980 and committed to defending the rights of people of Arab descent and promoting their rich cultural heritage. ADC is the largest Arab American grassroots organization in the U.S. ADC supports the human and civil rights of all people and opposes racism and bigotry in any form.
    ADVOCACY - Interfaith Immigration Coalition (IIC)
    The Interfaith Immigration Coalition (IIC) is a partnership of faith-based organizations committed to enacting fair and humane immigration reform that reflects our mandate to welcome the stranger and treat all human beings with dignity and respect. Coalition members work together to advocate for just and equitable immigration policies, educate faith communities, and serve immigrant populations around the country. Key Words: Sanctuary Toolkit
    ADVOCACY - Kosmos Interview with American Muslim Voice Founder
    12/15/15 Samina Faheem Sundas, a Sunni Muslim woman originally from Pakistan living in the United States, is the founder of American Muslim Voice, a grassroots organization that seeks to foster lifelong friendships between Muslims and all communities through interfaith dialogue. She has received many awards as a peacebuilder, including the Martin Luther King Jr. Peace Prize awarded by Fellowship of Reconciliation. Key Word: Islam
    ADVOCACY - STAND TOGETHER: Welcoming Muslim Refugees in Challenging Times
    2016 This guide was created for advocates, service providers, and supporters like yourself as a tool to address this backlash toward refugees and Muslim Americans, and to help you proactively engage with community leaders and neighbors. Through the messages, sample conversations, story ideas, and worksheets in this toolkit, we will help you develop straightforward yet persuasive language to use in the spoken or written communications you use in your work to support the needs of your whole community,
    ADVOCACY - When Facts Don’t Matter: How to Communicate More Effectively about Immigration’s Costs and Benefits
    11-18 Policymaking in democratic societies relies on the engagement of an electorate able to access and think critically about new information, and to adjust their views accordingly. This report explores why there is often a pronounced gap between what research has shown about migration trends and immigration policy outcomes and what the public believes. To do so, it explores the social psychological literature on why people embrace or reject information, as well as recent changes in the media landscape. The report concludes with a reexamination of what it takes to make the “expert consensus” on these issues resonate with skeptical publics, including recommendations for policymakers and researchers seeking to communicate more effectively the costs and benefits of immigration.
    AFGHANISAN - AIRBNB Donation for Afghan Refugees
    8/24/21 Many Afghan refugees are being temporarily relocated to military bases in Texas, Virginia, and Wisconsin for asylum. Other countries have also vowed to take in Afghan refugees. To help alleviate the global refugee crisis, rental company Airbnb announced Tuesday that it would house up to 20,000 Afghan refugees worldwide for free or at a discounted rate. There's an urgent, unprecedented need for emergency stays for refugees arriving from Afghanistan. Join in supporting Afghan refugees. Key Words Housing
    AFGHANISTAN - 'We have never seen this kind of increase in people wanting to volunteer,' refugee advocate says
    8/24/21 Recent polling has shown overwhelming public support—81%—for welcoming Afghan refugees who aided U.S. military. The Washington Post reports that support is being seen across the U.S., with resettlement organizations and other volunteer services being “inundated with calls from ordinary Americans seeking to assist the waves of Afghan citizens who have begun arriving in the United States.” ... “We have people calling to say, ‘I have an extra bedroom.’ Or, ‘I’m retired and have this extra house.’ People understand the human aspects of this, having to flee this life-or-death situation,” Buzas continued. “And they just open the door.”
    AFGHANISTAN - 14 steps to America for Afghans
    8/25/21 Afghans fleeing Kabul aren't supposed to reach America's shores until they've passed a multi-step vetting process — 14 steps, in the case of some interpreters and others who helped the U.S military. Where it stands: The U.S. has helped evacuate more than 70,000 Afghans since Aug. 14. Only a fraction are believed to have entered the U.S. — though exactly how many isn't clear. The number was estimated last week at roughly 2,000, with 800 coming soon. Neither the White House nor the Department of Homeland Security could share updated numbers Tuesday evening.
    AFGHANISTAN - A Question of Honor: The Ongoing Importance of the Afghan Special Immigrant Visa Program
    3/17 Urban Justice Center's Report - The Afghan Special Immigrant Visa (SIV) program was established in the Afghan Allies Protection Act of 2009 in response to the extreme danger that Afghan employees of the U.S. government in Afghanistan face as a result of their work. As of this report's writing in March 2017, visa interviews were suspended for lack of visas. All Afghan applicants must undergo extensive processing, which lasts for months or even years. Key Words: Refugee, Asylee
    AFGHANISTAN - Afghan American Foundation Emergency Resource List
    8/17/21 In this moment of humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, please consider donating directly or otherwise supporting established, vetted and reputable organizations working in Afghanistan and in support of the Afghan people. The list below has been compiled includes organizations/efforts that AAF board members and other community individuals have placed a great deal of trust into. Emergency Donations links to reputable organizations providing life-saving care in Afghanistan are included
    AFGHANISTAN - Afghan Coalition
    Formed in 1996, Afghan Coalition is a 501(c)(3) non-profit community organization. We are dedicated to strengthening Afghan families, improving their access to social services, and building a strong and united Afghan American community. Located at the Family Resource Center in Fremont, CA, the Afghan Coalition is the largest Afghan-American organization in the US. Serving over 1,000 community members per year, particularly immigrant women and children, bilingual/bicultural advocates bridge the language and cultural gaps between community members and financial and social services. Little Kabul Key Words: Refugee
    AFGHANISTAN - Afghan Refugee Info & Resource List Update
    Compilation of local and national lists. New!
    AFGHANISTAN - Afghan resettlement raises the question- Who is coming to the U.S.?
    9/5/21 With tens of thousands of Afghans arriving at the end of America’s longest war, such comments from witnesses and government officials have left a question looming over the coming weeks, one that is already dividing host communities from Missoula, Mont., to Jacksonville, Fla.: Who is coming to the United States? The emerging picture is more complicated than President Biden’s depiction of the airlift that whisked planeloads of Afghans to safety as a moral imperative to save people who helped Americans during a difficult conflict despite the risk. “We got thousands of Afghan translators and interpreters, and others who supported the United States, out,” he said recently. Key Words: Refugees, Asylum
    AFGHANISTAN - California Democrats tell Biden to send Afghan refugees to Golden State
    8/27/21 A cadre of California members of Congress, including several from the Bay Area, have told President Biden the Golden State is ready and willing to serve as a “safe harbor” for Afghan refugees and special immigrant visa applicants fleeing their home country that’s now under Taliban rule. In a letter to Biden delivered Friday, East Bay Rep. Eric Swalwell, along with Southern California Reps. Ted Lieu and Adam Schiff, wrote the U.S. is “indebted to our Afghan partners, many of whom aided the U.S. military and diplomatic efforts” and risked their lives during a 20-year conflict.
    AFGHANISTAN - DHS to allow some Afghans to enter US without formal visas
    8/24/21 The official said that, in some instances, Mayorkas is using his parole authority to allow Special Immigrant Visa (SIV) applicants who are in the pipeline but who haven’t completed the application process to potentially be given parole. “The Secretary of Homeland Security is using his parole authority, including his ability to impose particular conditions of parole on those arriving, to ensure that those who are reaching here are doing so obviously with the appropriate legal status," the official said.
    AFGHANISTAN - Explainer: Humanitarian Parole and the Afghan Evacuation
    8/30/21 The fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban has prompted a refugee crisis. UNHCR reports that more than 550,000 Afghans have been displaced since January due to Taliban advances. Those most at risk include women leaders and activists, human rights workers, journalists, and tens of thousands of individuals who have assisted U.S. efforts in the country and are marked by their connection to the U.S. military. Due to the inadequacy of the SIV and P-2 programs in the context of an emergency evacuation, on August 23 the administration announced it would be using its humanitarian parole authority to process in evacuated Afghans who do not already have visas. This explainer will define humanitarian parole and describe how it is being used in the ongoing evacuation.
    AFGHANISTAN - Free Legal Services for Afghan Refugees
    9/10/21 CA DEPT OF SOCIAL SERVICES IMMIGRATION SERVICES FUNDING FOR AFGHAN POPULATIONS - The CDSS funds qualified nonprofits to provide immigration legal services free of charge. The nonprofits on this list provide services to the Afghan population. For more information on service availability and additional service locations, please contact the organization directly. Multi-language: Pashto, Dari, Farsi
    AFGHANISTAN - Funding Bill Will Help Afghans Resettle, Integrate
    9/30/21 WASHINGTON, D.C. — Congress today passed legislation that includes funding and additional benefits for Afghans resettling in the U.S. The continuing resolution passed today includes $6.3 billion in supplemental funding for Afghan resettlement, as well as benefits for Afghan parolees who were admitted to the U.S. under humanitarian parole and are not technically deemed “refugees.” Key Words: Refugees, Evacuees
    AFGHANISTAN - How the Red Cross and Red Crescent are Helping
    9/15/21 As uncertainty in Afghanistan continues, Red Cross and Red Crescent teams are providing humanitarian relief to families inside and outside the country. For its part, the American Red Cross is helping those making their way out of Afghanistan who are in transit and arriving in other countries.

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