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    Records 1 to 25 of 1722 Resources Found

    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 Rapid Response Network in Santa Clara County 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: RRN, 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 - 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.
    Alzheimers 'tsunami' among Latinos raises concerns over costs, caregiving
    3/18/17 The number of Latinos with Alzheimer's in the U.S. is expected to rise by more than eight times by 2060, to 3.5 million, according to a report by the University of Southern California's Institute on Aging and the Latinos Against Alzheimer's network. That tidal wave of Alzheimer's cases is prompting some tough conversations in Latino families, which often pride themselves on caring for elders at home, rather than placing them in nursing homes.
    Amid travel ban controversy, Bay Area refugees share their journeys to America
    5/12/18 State Department data shows the U.S. resettled an estimated 15,500 Syrian refugees in 2016 toward the end of Obama's presidency. As of April this year, the Trump administration had admitted only 11 Syrians, according to NPR. But Arabian and other refugees who settled in the Bay Area are sharing their experiences in a series of intimate storytelling events known as the "Made Into America" project. On Thursday night at Palo Alto's Mitchell Park Community Center, she described her family's decision to flee Aleppo.
    Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation
    From 1910 to 1940, Angel Island was the site of an Immigration Station that functioned as the West Coast equivalent of Ellis Island, although the Angel Island facility also enforced policies designed to exclude, rather than welcome, many Pacific Coast immigrants coming from 82 countries. AIISF Immigrant Voices program has created a growing archive of personal stories of immigrants to the Pacific Coast from Angel Island Immigration Station detainees to those arriving today.
    Association of Farmworker Opportunity Programs (AFOP)
    AFOP consists of all the nonprofit and public agencies that serve eligible migrant and seasonal farmworkers under the National Farmworker Jobs Program, a national job-training program. The 51 member agencies operate the program through grants awarded by the US Dept of Labor. Members serve agricultural workers in 49 states and Puerto Rico-only Alaska has no program. Multi-language: Spanish Key Words: Employment
    Being Asian/Pacific Islander & LGBTQ
    A National Resource List from HRC (Human Rights Campaign) Because of the interconnected nature of many Asian and Pacific Islander people, families and communities––both within their countries of ancestry, residency and citizenship, and as members of global diasporas––the issues facing Asian and Pacific Islander LGBTQ people are as complex as their communities,
    Bridging Differences Playbook
    According to Dr. Allport, “Only the type of contact that leads people to do things together is likely to result in changed attitudes”1 . Intergroup contact is especially likely to decrease prejudice between groups when it occurs under specific conditions. Activities that incorporate these conditions are known as “intergroup bridging” activities. Intergroup contact theory2 proposes that the following conditions should be met to allow for successful intergroup bridging to occur: Members of the different groups must have equal status. One group cannot be treated as “less than” or “lower status” than any other, e.g. instructor/student relationship. Members of the different groups must hold a common goal they wish to achieve. Members of the different groups must agree to work together cooperatively to ensure that groups are not competing against one another. There must be i
    CA Transparent Review of Unjust Transfers and Holds (TRUTH) Act
    On 1/1/2017 the CA TRUTH Act went into effect. It brings transparency to local jail entanglement with immigration enforcement. Provides "Know Your Rights" to Every Individual. The TRUTH Act would require a local law enforcement agency, prior to an interview between ICE and an individual in custody, to provide a written consent form that would explain the purpose of the interview, that it is voluntary, and that the individual may decline the interview. The bill requires the form to be translated in multiple languages. Key Words: KYR,
    CDC Multi-language Seasonal Flu Information for Refugees
    Four seasonal flu documents were developed as a result of focus groups and educational sessions conducted with refugees in their native languages. Multi-language Key Words: Pandemic, epidemic
    CHIILDREN - SCC Early Learning Enrollment
    Across the county, districts and early learning partners are committed to empowering children and their families through safe, equitable, inclusive, high-quality early childhood programming. Together, we are working towards ensuring that every child has access to early programs that will propel them towards success in life. roll in early learning programs for children ages birth to six years of age: *** Infant/Toddler Programs (children birth to 2 years of age) *** Preschool (children ages 3 to 5 years of age) *** Transitional Kindergarten (children who turn 5 between 9/2/2021 - 12/2/2021) *** Kindergarten (children who turn 5 between 12/3/2020 - 9/1/2021) Multi-language: Spanish Vietnamese
    CHILDREN - A Grown-Up’s Guide to Using Technology with Young Children
    2019 The Center for Early Learning at Silicon Valley Community Foundation has partnered with Common Sense Media, the leading independent nonprofit organization dedicated to helping kids thrive in a world of media and technology, to create this resource. It was created to be a resource that recognized that technology will be used with young children in today’s complex world of different household makeups – from multiple generations living under the same roof, to single parents working more than one job, to stay-at-home parents caring for multiple children all day long, to friends and relatives acting as a child’s primary caregiver . We recognize that the confusion and challenges surrounding using technology with young children (for the purpose of this guide, from birth through age 8) vary widely depending on the child’s age, so we divided the guide into sections based on age brackets: 0-2, 3-5 and 6-8.
    CHILDREN - A Guide to Creating “Safe Space” Policies for Early Childhood Programs
    Early childhood programs play an important role in the lives of young children and their families. But in our current immigration policy climate, families across the country are questioning whether it’s safe to attend or enroll. Providers can take steps to protect families’ safety and privacy by implementing policies that designate their facilities as a safe space from immigration enforcement. This guide from CLASP explains federal agency guidance related to “sensitive locations,” provides information about designing and implementing “safe space” policies, and includes sample policy text that early childhood providers can adapt for their programs. Key Words:RRN
    CHILDREN - Backpack Emergency Card for Children
    Printable ID Cards from the CDC to be completed and carried in children's backpacks. It is important to have your emergency contact information with you in case of an emergency. Key Words: Disaster
    CHILDREN - Building Welcoming Schools - A Guide for K-12 Educators
    4/18 One of the first places that refugee and immigrant families have the opportunity connect with others is in schools. Ensuring refugee and immigrant students and their families feel welcome and accepted in their school environments is not only foundational for their academic success, but their longer-term economic and social success, as well. Welcoming Refugees has created this toolkit to offer schools and after school learning centers an easily accessible way to promote a welcoming school.
    CHILDREN - CA CASA Association - Foster Children
    CA Appointed Special Advocates for Children. Every day in California, more than 88 children enter foster care, having experienced the grave injustice of abuse or neglect. All too often they get lost in the system and their critical needs go unmet. We're here to improve these children's lives. CASA Volunteers receive special instructions on how to address a child's immigration needs and focus on the best outcome for each child.
    CHILDREN - CA Public School Directory
    Listing of public schools with multi-lingual programs from California Dept of Education. Key Words: DOE

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