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Manuel Pastor Presentation

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Manuel Pastor Presentation “Immigrant Integration in the Central Valley: New Data, New Challenges” The Central Valley Immigrant Integration Collaborative (CVIIC), is pleased to share the Manuel Pastor presentation made to our regional partners network on May 18, 2021. Presentation Title: Immigrant Integration in the Central Valley: New Data, New Challenges Description: Professor Pastor will present […]

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Equity on the Mall 2021 Immigration Panel: Community Led Movements

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Equity on the Mall 2021 Immigration Panel: Community Led Movements Please find below the video recording of the Equity on the Mall 2021 Immigration Panel, “Community Led Movements: Building a Robust Immigrant Integration Infrastructure in the San Joaquin Valley.” The Community Led Movements: Equity on the Mall 2021 panel is composed of representatives of nonprofit […]

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Equity on the Mall 2021: Immigration Enforcement and Unauthorized Practice of Law

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Equity on the Mall 2021 Webinar Featuring Central Valley organizations

Equity on the Mall 2021 Webinar: Immigration Enforcement and Unauthorized Practice of Law Equity on the Mall 2021 Webinar: Panel on Immigration Enforcement and Unauthorized Practice of Law. Central Valley nonprofit organizations held an informational webinar/Facebook Live to discuss two issues of importance to immigrant families and immigrant serving organizations in this region of California: […]

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History of Mexican Immigration to the United States

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History of Mexican Immigration to the United States CVIIC Webinar by Rafael Alarcon

History of Mexican Immigration to the United States: Webinar Presentation by Dr. Rafael Alarcón The Central Valley Immigrant Integration Collaborative (CVIIC) proudly sponsored the webinar, “History of Mexican Immigration to the United States from 1882-2020”, presented by Dr. Rafael Alarcón from the Colegio de la Frontera Norte (Colef). The webinar examines the origin and evolution […]

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COVID-19 Contact Tracing Strategies

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COVID-19 Contact Tracing Strategies: Webinar Presentation by Ed Kissam CVIIC and the WK Family Giving Fund co-sponsored a COVID-19 contact tracing strategies webinar, specifically focused on understanding the situation of rural communities and farm working families in the San Joaquin Valley. The presentation, Community-Based Case Investigation and Contact-Tracing: Enhancing Strategies To Battle COVID-19 Resurgence In […]

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California Immigrant Justice Pipeline Project

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California Immigrant Justice Pipeline Project: Your Support is Needed! The Central Valley Immigrant Integration Collaborative (CVIIC) supports the creation of the California Immigrant Justice Pipeline Project (also known as the California Immigrant Justice Fellowship Project), which would establish a pilot project designed to enhance the legal capacity to serve immigrants in the Central Valley and […]

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CVIIC Participates in Equity on the Mall 2019

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CVIIC Participates in Equity on the Mall 2019!

CVIIC Participates in Equity on the Mall 2019 CVIIC Participates in Equity on the Mall 2019: As in past years, the Central Valley Immigrant Integration Collaborative (CVIIC) will participate in the annual Equity on the Mall in Sacramento. The event is organized by the San Joaquin Valley Health Fund (SJVHF) and involves the participation of […]

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San Joaquin Valley Latino Immigrants and the 2020 Census

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San Joaquin Valley Latino Immigrants and the 2020 Census Report

San Joaquin Valley Latino Immigrants and the 2020 Census: New Report by SJVHF The Central Valley Immigrant Integration Collaborative (CVIIC) has participated in a regional report that analyzes the relationship between San Joaquin Valley Latino immigrants and the 2020 Census. The report, San Joaquin Valley Latino Immigrants: Implications of Survey Findings for Census 2020, sheds much […]