AMERICAN IMMIGRATION LAWYERS ASSOCIATION
Suite 300, 1331 G Street, NW, Washington, DC 20005
AILA is the national association of over 11,000 attorneys and law professors who practice and teach immigration law. Founded in 1946, AILA is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit organization that provides its members with continuing legal education, information, professional services, and expertise through its 36 chapters and over 50 national committees.
EAST BAY ALLIANCE FOR A SUSTAINABLE ECONOMY
1814 Franklin Street, Suite 325, Oakland, CA 94612
EBASE works to advance economic and social justice by building power and raising standards for working families using a unique combination of research, coalition building, policy advocacy and leadership development. Workplace Immigrant & Civil Rights (WIRC), a program of EBASE, empowers immigrant workers to become organizers who engage and mobilize their communities on worker justice issues through voter education and grassroots organizing.
IMMIGRANT LEGAL RESOURCE CENTER
1663 Mission Street, Suite 602, San Francisco, CA 94103
The mission of the ILRC is to work with and educate immigrants, community organizations, and the legal sector to continue to build a democratic society that values diversity and the rights of all people.
LAWYERS’ COMMITTEE FOR CIVIL RIGHTS OF THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA
131 Steuart Street, Suite 400, San Francisco, CA 94105
The LCCR champions the legal rights of people of color, poor people, immigrants and refugees, with a special commitment to African-Americans.
NATIONAL NETWORK FOR IMMIGRANT & REFUGEE RIGHTS
310 8th Street, Suite 301, Oakland, CA 94607
NNIRR works to defend and expand the rights of all immigrants and refugees, regardless of immigration status. As part of a global movement for social and economic justice, NNIRR is committed to human rights as essential to securing healthy, safe and peaceful lives for all.
1425 Koll Circle Suite 109 San Jose, CA 95112
SIREN’s mission is to empower low-income immigrants and refugees in Santa Clara County through community education and organizing, leadership development, policy advocacy and naturalization services. We believe that all people regardless of legal status or nationality are entitled to essential services, human dignity, basic rights and protections, and access to full participation in society.
SIREN has a vision of a new America where immigrants are valued, integrated, and seen as essential to our society, and where the human rights of all persons are protected and honored.
39 Drumm Street, San Francisco, CA 94111
The ACLU of Northern California works to preserve and guarantee the protections of the Constitution’s Bill of Rights.
We aim to extend these freedoms to segments of our population who have traditionally been denied their rights, including people of color; lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people; women; mental-health patients; prisoners; people with disabilities; and the poor.
In addition to the litigation for which the ACLU-NC has been known over the past seven decades, we also educate the public, inform the media, lobby legislators, organize grassroots activists, and disseminate information about our constitutional freedoms through our membership and volunteer chapters.
1814 Franklin Street, # 325, Oakland CA 94612
510-893-7106 x 319
Rooted in the shared religious principles that all people have inherent worth and potential regardless of education, national origin, citizenship, or legal status, ICIR works for a healthy, inclusive California where all people are welcome and have access to full participation in the life of the community.
436 14th Street, Suite 805, Oakland, CA 94612
The California Immigrant Policy Center is a non-partisan, non-profit statewide organization founded in 1996. The Policy Center seeks to inform public debate and policy decisions on issues affecting the state’s immigrants and their families in order to improve the quality of life for all Californians.
MIV advocates for an approach to electoral organizing that emphasizes elections work as one component of a larger movement for social and economic justice. This movement-building approach to elections focuses not only on short-term increases in voter turnout and wins on specific ballot initiatives, but also on building leadership and capacity within low-income immigrant communities and organizations; catalyzing and strengthening diverse multi-ethnic alliances; and connecting electoral work to ongoing organizing for social justice.
405 14th Street, Suite 1400, Oakland, CA 94612
NILC’s mission is to defend & advance the rights & opportunities of low-income immigrants and their family members.