Our Mission To create a more humane and democratic society by responding to the needs and problems of disenfranchised people through leadership development and educational programs based on Popular Education methodology. Specifically our goal is to organize and educate immigrants concerned with solving problems in their own communities.

First Annual Pico Union Resource Fair

Madison from the Pico Union Project, one of the co-sponsors of the event, breaking down why you and your friends should attend the First Pico Union Resource Fair this Thursday.

First Annual Pico Union Resource Fair

IDEPSCA, CARECEN, The Pico Union Project, and Los Angeles City Council District 1/Gil Cedillo invite you and your family to participate in the 1st Annual Pico Union Resource Fair on

Thursday, February 12th, 10 am - 2 pm at the Pico Union Project, 1153 South Valencia Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015.

IDEPSCA on immigration

IDEPSCA ON IMMIGRATION

IDEPSCA and its constituents call for a legalization process that moves beyond immigration reform and into a thoughtful and strategic long-term plan that addresses the complexity of this issue in a more humane and democratic fashion.

We support an immigration reform that will primarily stop the deaths at the border, stop the abuse of smugglers and unscrupulous employers, and stop the division of families. We support a reform that will deal with such complex and rarely discussed issues in a manner consistent with the U.S. constitution bringing and honor to over 12 million human beings. IDEPSCA calls upon our elected representatives and officials to enact legislation that at least includes the following:

- Legalizes immigrants already contributing to this country and allows them to come out of the shadows.

- Reforms our immigration system, which will give to millions of human beings.

- Reforms our immigration system, which will expedite the reunification of families.

- Creates a system that allows workers and their families who wish to migrate to the U.S. to enter our country and work in a safe, legal, and orderly manner with their rights fully protected.

The U.S. government has to address legalization in a more humane and just fashion. The system should not accuse or blame immigrants for the social and economic ills or for the atrocious acts of terrorism committed by a few. A comprehensive immigration reform strategy should respect and honor immigrants just as much as it welcomes and embraces the contributions they make to the U.S.

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