January 14: Immigrant Justice National Day of Action

A List of Local Actions in California

California is home to 2.67 million undocumented immigrants, the most of any state in the country. Now more than ever California must stand together in solidarity with immigrants and refugees to protect against hateful attacks and policies.

On January 14 and in the upcoming days, over 40 cities across the country will come together to push back against attacks on our communities in an Immigrant Justice National Day of Action. Below are a list of actions you can join in California.

Los Angeles.

Immigration Town Hall — Hosted by Community Coalition.

Link to event here.

We Are Here to Stay, Fearless & United Rally. — Hosted by CHIRLA.

Link to event here.

Bakersfield.

Inaugurate Compassion Rally & March.

Link to Event here.

San Jose.

San Jose Day of Action to Protect Immigrants and Refugees.

Link to event.

Fresno.

Legal Resource Fair and Education to Protect Immigrants & Refugees.

Link to event here.

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