May 8, 2018
... local workforce and community leaders and funders to learn about post-fire workforce initiatives underway in the region. The session will ... coordination to rebuild the local workforce.
Join us to:
Learn about the landscape of recovery efforts underway
March 16, 2017
Monthly Immigration Policy Call
... of Immigrant Women on America's Labor Force , American Immigration Council, March 8, 2017.
Economic and Tax Contributions of ... Florida and Colorado Back Bridge Act , Illinois Business Immigration Coalition, undated.
Local CEOs fight Trump's immigration ...
Funding Recommendations, Issue Brief
Do Family Separation and Detention Deter Immigration? ...
October 6, 2017
... are like once they reach our shores. Join us to learn more about these workers and their families, current and proposed policies, and ... Justice in Motion
Daniel Costa , Director of Immigration Law and Policy, Economic Policy Institute
This infographic covers reviews the populations the Census typically undercounts in California, why there is a state undercount, and how that undercount can be reduced in 2020.
These reports are the first two of a planned six on the consequences of adding the citizenship question to Census 2020 and other barriers to a complete count.
August 9, 2018
More than two years have passed, but the image is still fresh in the collective consciousness of the San Luis Obispo County agricultural community: The anger and threats that led to a destructive fire and then, ultimately, the abandonment of seven homes in Nipomo. They were nearly ready to house 112 foreign strawberry field workers on temporary visas—until someone decided put a match to it.
... inequalities among farmworkers. Using national data from the US Department of Labor’s National Agricultural Worker Survey (NAWS), we ... who have legal status. Surprisingly, however, foreign-born US citizens actually earn more than their US-born counterparts. These findings ...
September 4, 2018
Innovative approaches to helping low-wage earners get better jobs focus first on brushing up on skills they might have graduated from high school without.
This report illustrates the paradox between immigrant contributions to our workforce and the structural barriers that shut out thousands of Californians from economic opportunity. The brief calls for policies to ensure investments in workforce development work to support every Californian, regardless of status, to provide for themselves and their families.