Issue Brief

On March 27, 2020, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. 1 The CARES Act, a $2 trillion stimulus bill, builds on H.R. 6201, 2 the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), to provide economic relief and health care options amidst the growing COVID-19 pandemic.https://www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/COVID19-relief-bills-understanding-key-provisions.pdf
April 2020
Issue Brief
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The California Complete Count - Census 2020 Office would like to present the April 2020 Quarterly Progress Report to the Legislature.
April 2020
Issue Brief, Report
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This brief is based on the closing plenary from #GCIR2020. Speakers discussed how COVID-19 is affecting their communities, their organizations, the 2020 census, and the upcoming election, how they are responding in real-time, and recommendations for funders.
March 2020
Issue Brief, Program Materials
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March 18, 2020 2020 Census field operations will be suspended for two weeks until April 1, 2020. Beginning today, in support of guidance on what we can all do to help slow the spread of coronavirus, 2020 Census field operations will be suspended for two weeks until April 1, 2020. The Census Bureau is taking this step to help protect the health and safety of the American public, Census Bureau employees, and everyone going through the hiring process for temporary census taker positions.
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March 2020
Government Publication, Issue Brief
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This brief shares insights from in-depth interviews conducted in March 2019 with 25 adults in immigrant families who reported that they or a family member avoided participating in safety net programs.
Urban Institute logo, which features their name, first word in larger blue letters, second in black, over a dotted grid pattern. Accompanies their brief, Safety Net Access in the Context of the Public Charge Rule.
August 2019
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This brief and funding recommendations considers the implications of the 'public charge' rule and how philanthropy can mount an effective immediate and long-term response.
Two women with young girls on their laps, one with a pacifier, awaiting doctor's appointments in an office. Posted to accompany GCIR's brief and funding recommendations, Protecting Families and Advancing Belonging: How Philanthropy Can Answer Threats to the Well-Being of Immigrants.
August 2019
Funding Recommendations, Issue Brief
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Foundations can demonstrate their values and support immigrants and their communities by joining the movement to divest and reinvest.
The logos of Candide Group, Confluence Philanthropy, Edward W. Hazen Foundation, Freedom to Thrive, Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees, National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy, and Real Money Moves. Accompanies the joint issue brief, How to Divest from Immigrant Detention: A Philanthropic Primer.
August 2019
Funding Recommendations, Issue Brief
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The administration's justification for the 'public charge' rule assumes immigrants of modest means are harmful to our nation and our economy. Research shows the opposite is true.
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities logo, which features their name spelled out in blue and a blue chart in the lefthand corner with an upward sloping white line. Accompanies their issue brief, Immigrants Contribute Greatly to U.S. Economy, Despite Administration’s “Public Charge” Rule Rationale.
August 2019
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Changes in federal immigration policies and heightened immigration enforcement over the last several years have caused fear and insecurity for many immigrant families across the country.
The Urban Institute logo, which features a square grid of grey dots and their name, with Urban in larger blue capital letters and Institute in smaller black letters. Posted to accompany their issue brief, Adults in Immigrant Families Report Avoiding Routine Activities Because of Immigration Concerns.
July 2019
Issue Brief
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Indigenous migrants have been neglected and made invisible by prevailing attitudes and practices in the U.S., including philanthropy. Grantmakers can do something about it.
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June 2019
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