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Immigrants will help us recover! SIGN to support a pathway to citizenship!

April 19, 2021
Immigrants are a vital part of our essential workforce, the care infrastructure, our communities, and our families. During the COVID-19 pandemic, this has become even more apparent as immigrants played and continue to play an integral role in our care infrastructure as caregivers and other...
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Food Security for Immigrant Families During COVID-19 Tweetchat

Bilingual #FoodFri: Food Security for Immigrant Families During COVID-19

March 31, 2021
On Friday, March 12th, we had an exciting bilingual #FoodFri Tweetchat about Food Security for Immigrant Families During COVID-19. Immigrants are an essential part of our country and workforce. We focused our discussion on what food assistance programs are available to immigrant and mixed-status...
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Celebrating Latinas who keep us moving forward

March 15, 2021
Este Mes de la Historia de la Mujer celebramos a las latinas que avanzan los derechos inmigrantes. Conoce algunas de las Poderosas cuyo trabajo nos ha traído a esta semana donde dos proyecto de ley están a punto de ser pasados en la Cámara Baja. ⚡Greisa Martínez Rosas es la nuevo Directora...
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We need paid leave.

Top #5Actions of the Past Week: Friday, March 12, 2021

March 12, 2021
It’s time to do a happy dance! Yesterday, in no small part because members like you raised your voices, President Biden signed the American Rescue Plan into law! This important legislation directly supports families at a time when it's most needed. None of this would have been possible without all...
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Pide una legislación de inmigración justa y humana

March 4, 2021
Es hora de restablecer y reconstruir nuestro sistema de inmigración. La buena noticia es que muchos legisladores ya están poniendo manos a la obra. El mes pasado se presentó en el Congreso una legislación que ayudará a sanar nuestra nación y reconstruir nuestro sistema de inmigración en un proceso...
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Quick Signature to support fair immigration that protects women & families!

February 25, 2021
The time has come to reset and rebuild our immigration system and the good news is that many legislators are getting to work. There is now some hope on the horizon for creating a fair immigration process! This month legislation is being introduced in Congress that will help heal our nation and...
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February 2021 #KeepMarching meeting: What's WINNABLE in Congress?

February 18, 2021
At last night's February #KeepMarching meeting, we discussed winnable opportunities to create real and lasting change for our families, communities, and economy in 2021. We learnt about the two exciting bills that will be reintroduced in Congress to push universal child care, key policies like a $...
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Criando a una pequeña activista

November 19, 2020
Como hija de inmigrantes, conozco de primera mano lo difícil que fue su experiencia. Mis padres emigraron a Estados Unidos desde México en 1966. Solo tenían la ropa que tenían puesta, un poquito de dinero ganado con mucho esfuerzo y mucha determinación. Contra viento y marea lograron perseverar y...
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Barrett has made clear she would overturn the ACA and take health care away from millions

Policy Roundup: #BlockBarrett confirmation and new federal policy for abortion access for immigrant minors

October 2, 2020
Significant federal policy and legal updates you might have missed from the National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum (NAPAWF) including Trump's nomination for the Supreme Court and the federal policy change on immigrant minors' access to reproductive health care.
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Voting is a Parenting Responsibility

September 29, 2020
Walking in a sea of people towards the ballroom, I felt the weight of a long-sought goal coming to fruition. My brain spun on the fact that nine months later, I would be able to vote. It was February of 2012. I had lived in this country since 1979 when I came from Colombia as a seven-year-old girl...
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