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CJA unveils the first "What Moves Us" portrait series, amplifying the stories of immigrants who have found a home in California, and what moves them.
At the Fresno unveiling of "What Moves Us", an immigrant portrait series, attendees track their own family migration.
Jorge Diaz interviews a Central Valley asylum-seeker about his detention with his small child, and the obstacles of finding legal representation.
Birdiet brings her training from Guatemala to California's Central Valley for rights-based advocacy.
Ashley accepts the Sacramento Community Service Award for Community Justice Alliance's legal access project.
The CJA teams represents the unrepresented docket in immigration court.
When this Kern County family could not find removal defense, the CJA team came to them. We are working with partners to close representation disparities based on a person's zip code.
In 2019, Gaby and Birdiet complete their fundamentals training.
Sacramento protests the systematic attacks on immigrants.
Jason and Ashley go into immigration court to represent five individuals in 235 proceedings.
Community members write letters of support at our immigrant portrait pop up.
Sacramento donors send supplies with our team to detention support workers.
CJA members advocate for more resources for Central Valley immigrants in removal proceedings.
Jason reviews a client declaration inside the detention center
Our team rallies before challenging immigration court jurisdiction for some detained cases.
Jason and Kristina speak at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco about family separation
The CJA team represents a detained mother in post-conviction relief as her son waits at home
Notes of support for immigrant families
Ashley and Jason workshop asylum cases before our team represents 11 fathers and sons at Karnes Detention Center in Texas
Kristina writes an Op-Ed about the need to disentangle immigration enforcement from local law enforcement to keep communities safe
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