We gathered in the rain to express our solidarity, and now we are ready to get to work! Led by non-profit leaders and community members, we will break into 3 working groups, to share up-to-date information and community concerns, and promote actions that everyone can take.
To protect our community, the organizations listed below believe that:
- Undocumented immigrants and the Dreamers must be protected
- Hate crimes will not be tolerated and constitutional rights must be protected
- Affordable healthcare must be maintained
City Hall guidelines request registration;
FREE tickets are available at Eventbrite
Limited walk-in space will be available.
Affordable Housing Network of Santa Clara County, African American Community Service Agency, Asian Law Alliance, Asian Pacific American Leadership Institute, Black Leadership Kitchen Cabinet/Criminal Justice Committee, Californians for Justice, Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), California Alliance of African American Educators, Center for Employment Training (CET), CHAM Deliverance Ministry, Coalition for Justice and Accountability, Human Agenda, Islamic Networks Group (ING), Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC), Jewish Family Services of Silicon Valley, Latinos United for a New America (LUNA), Law Foundation of Silicon Valley, MOSAIC Cross Cultural Center SJSU, Move to Amend (MTA) of Santa Clara County, National Pan-Hellenic Council of Santa Clara Valley, Pacifica Institute, People Acting in Community Together (PACT), Sacred Heart Community Service, Santa Clara Valley Chapter ACLU, San Jose Peace and Justice Center, San Jose/Silicon Valley NAACP, SEIU 2015, SEIUUSWW, Services Immigrant Rights and Education Network (SIREN), Silicon Valley DeBug, Ujima Adult and Family Services, SJSU Human Rights Program, South Bay Labor Council, Unite Here Local 19, Working Partnerships USA