Clerical and Data Entry Support Volunteer Needed!

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The Volunteer for Clerical and Data Entry Support provides assistance to staff attorneys, and administrative staff with client intake, case files, office management and general support. The volunteer deals directly with ALA’s client base, which is composed primarily of low income, limited English speaking Asian/Pacific Islanders and immigrant/refugee communities. Volunteer for Clerical and Data Entry […]

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RED CARDS – KNOW YOUR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS

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Do you know your constitutional rights? Regardless of your immigration status, you are protected under the U.S. Constitutions. In case you are stopped by the local police or even I.C.E, you can present them a “red card” to defend yourself. Please visit the Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC) at www.ilrc.org/red-cards to know more about red […]

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SPEAK UP! With Asian Law Alliance and The Fred T. Korematsu Institute

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ALA’s Executive Director, Richard Konda, was on the “SPEAK UP!” panel with Karen Korematsu of the Fred T. Korematsu Institute, Zahra Billoo of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, Teresa Castellanos, Board vice-president San Jose Unified School District, and Susan Hayase, San Jose Nikkei Resisters. As active members of the San Jose community, this panel discussed what […]

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