Immigrant Rights and Integration

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When Hueneme High School students involved with CAUSE learned of a recent ACLU report highlighting ongoing problems and listing their district as 6th in the state for number of English Learners not receiving adequate services, they jumped into action.
Over 500 people marched for immigrants’ rights across the Central Coast on May 1st, calling on Congress to create a roadmap to citizenship for the 110,000 undocumented immigrants in Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties who aspire to become citizens.
Thanks to the Santa Maria chapter's parent committee, schools in Santa Maria will soon be more accessible to immigrant families with the removal of the school district's fingerprint policy.
When Santa Maria faced a decision on whether to construct a federal immigrant detention center, there was a historic grassroots opposition movement from the city's immigrant community. Thousands of community members turned out to city council and planning commission meetings to oppose the ICE facility, astonishing city officials and news media.

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