Take Action: Public Safety Committee Hearing in Contra Costa County
November 6th 10:30 am
651 Pine Street, Martinez
Let Contra Costa County Supervisors and the Probation Department Chief know that they should not be collaborating with ICE at ALL – 100% of the time.
Pack the Court- “Free Justine” – Bond Hearing
November 7th 1:30 pm
ICE, 630 Sansome St. 4th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94111
Help us pack the court to Justine’s bond date! Justine has been detained in West County Detention for 6 months and is set to ask for bond. Please join us at his hearing to show our support for his release and welcoming another immigrant neighbor! Contact email@example.com if you can attend.
EBIIC Monthly Meeting
November 8th 9:00 am – 10:30 am
University Lutheran Chapel, 2425 College Ave., Berkeley
Join us for our monthly EBIIC meeting on 2nd Wednesdays where faith leaders gather to discuss, plan and engage in current immigration issues and actions.
SFICI Monthly Meeting
November 8th 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
St. Agnes Catholic Church, 1025 Masonic AVE., San Francisco
Join us for our monthly SFICI monthly meeting on 2nd Wednesdays where local faith leaders gather to discuss, plan and engage in current immigration issues and actions.
Take Action: Public Safety Committee Meeting
November 14th 6:00 pm
Oakland City Hall, 1 Frank H Ogawa Plaza, 1st Floor Sgt. Mark Dunakin Rm. Oakland, CA 94612
The Oakland City Council Public Safety Committee is meeting to discuss sanctuary policy and question Chief of Police Kirkpatrick’s actual implementation of our city’s policy, including OPD involvement in August’s ICE Raid at a West Oakland family home.
MICA Monthly Meeting
November 17th 9:30 am – 10:30 am
Mt. Diablo Unitarian Universalist Church, 55 Eckley Ln, Walnut Creek
Join us for our monthly MICA meeting on 3rd Fridays where local faith leaders gather to discuss, plan and engage in current immigration issues and actions.
PICI Monthly Meeting
November 21 st 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Mercy Center, 2300 Adeline Dr., Burlingame
Join us for our monthly PICI monthly meetings on 3rd Tuesdays where local faith leaders gather to discuss and engage in current immigration issues.
Pilgrimage/Encuentro to the Border
November 8th -12th
Please pray with us as our group of 9 travels to participate in the the Encuentro of the School of the Americas (SOAW.prg) on the border of Arizona and Mexico.
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An estimated 28,000 undocumented immigrants live and work in Sonoma County. Unlike other victims of the fires that have devastated Sonoma County, undocumented immigrants do not qualify for assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Lack of immigration status, limited English proficiency, and fear of immigration enforcement will also impede their access to disaster-relief services, even when they are eligible. Lack of familiarity or comfort with law enforcement, county departments, and financial institutions present additional barriers. Consequently, the fire victims will face significant challenges in meeting basic needs and rebuilding their lives here in Sonoma County where the cost of living is very high.
THE UNDOCUFUND WILL ENSURE THAT UNDOCUMENTED FAMILIES IN SONOMA COUNTY IMPACTED BY THE FIRES WILL HAVE THE SUPPORT AND RESOURCES THEY NEED TO RECOVER AND REBUILD.
To Donate go to: http://undocufund.org/donate/
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