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ACTION: Stop AAPI Hate Reporting Center
We encourage all who have witnessed or experienced micro-aggressions, bullying, harassment, hate speech, or violence to help us document. The more information we have, the better we can respond and prevent further incidents from occurring. Submit an Incident Report Form in: English,Chinese-Traditional, Chinese-Simplified, Korean, Thai, Japanese, Vietnamese, Khmer, Punjabi, Tagalog, Hmong, Hindi Key Words: Hate Crime, Asian
DISASTER - Disaster Relief and COVID-19 Related Assistance not Considered in Public Charge
8/20 Excerpts from the USCIS Public Charge link ....The Public Charge rule does not restrict access to testing, screening, or treatment of communicable diseases, including COVID-19. In addition, the rule does not restrict access to vaccines for children or adults to prevent vaccine-preventable diseases. Importantly, for purposes of a public charge inadmissibility determination,. .....The rule does not include consideration of emergency medical assistance, disaster relief, national school lunch programs, foster care and adoption, student and mortgage loans, energy assistance, food pantries and homeless shelters and Head Start.Key Words: Immigrants
EMPLOYMENT - Undocumented Workers’ Employment Rights
12/20 With a few exceptions, undocumented workers enjoy all of the legal rights and remedies provided to workers by both federal and California law. Multi-language: Spanish | Chinese | Key Words: discrimination, job
ETHNIC - Economic and social impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on South Asians in the U.S.
10/10/20 Economic and social impacts of the current pandemic that are based on immigration status, employment opportunities, and healthcare access are major issues for South Asians in the U.S. There is wide income inequality with nearly 10% of South Asians in the U.S. living in poverty. Many have low paid and temporary jobs, including in the informal sector, and little to no savings. The pandemic disproportionately impacts these communities but there has been little media coverage. To highlight this gap, we present selected research from our forthcoming manuscript to be published later this month, which are complemented by community-based findings from the recent SAALT report on the disparate impact of COVID-19 across South Asian communities.
ETHNIC - Oakland clinic offers Mayan interpreter for COVID-19 vaccinations
3/19/21 This month, La Clinica de La Raza began offering the community-targeted vaccination service at 32 locations across the Bay Area, including ASCEND Elementary School on East 12th Street, where Latinos who speak Mam, K'iche 'and Q'eqchi' can get translation help from appointment to inoculation on Thursdays. There are over 22 different Mam dialects spoken primarily by people of Guatemalan and Mexican descent. According to a recent UC San Francisco study, Mayan people with Guatemalan roots are the fastest-growing ethnic group in Oakland.
ETHNIC - The Rising Tide of Violence and Discrimination Against Asian American and Pacific Islander Women and Girls
6/1/21 Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) women and girls are prime targets of hate and discrimination against the AAPI community. The recent shootings across several Atlanta spas that claimed the lives of eight people, including six Asian American women, came on the heels of a staggering increase in hate incidents targeting the AAPI community. Key Words: Hate Crimes, Chinese
ETHNIC - White House Establishes New AAPI Visibility Task Force
1/4/21 With Business Leaders and Actor Daniel Dae Kim The group will be tasked with advising President Biden and other D.C. lawmakers on issues important to the AAPI community, including initiatives like adding more language options in federal programs, disaggregating AAPI data to improve policy changes and rehabilitating small businesses crippled by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Key Words: Asian
GOVERNMENT - Adult Refugee Services Unit (ARSU) newsletter #7
April 14, 2022 The ARSU NEWSLETTER shares pertinent information relevant to the needs of Refugees and Non-citizen Crime Survivors and includes resources and updates for Refugee Cash Assistance (RCA), Entrant Cash Assistance (ECA), Refugee Social Services (RSS), Trafficking and Crime Victims Assistance Program (TCVAP), and the California Repatriation Program. Published by the CA DSS.
GOVERNMENT - CA COVID-19 Immigrant Guide
6/29/21 If you're an immigrant living in California, you can access help and public benefits, some regardless of immigration status. Multi-language: Spanish
GOVERNMENT - Their East San Jose neighbors were dying. So frustrated community leaders formed their own COVID task force
3/14/21 Magdalena Carrasco's frustration was boiling over. More than a third of Santa Clara County's first coronavirus deaths had swept through just four ZIP codes in the East San Jose community where she had grown up. She wasn't surprised by the outsized toll on the City Council district she represented: While office workers stayed home, traffic had hardly eased in East San Jose as residents went to their shifts as cooks, cleaners and grocery store employees. Yet as of mid-May, the two testing sites in East San Jose were open only by appointment on weekdays, and many Spanish speakers still didn't know what to do if they got sick on the job. Key Words: Pandemic, Coronavirus
HEALTH - A Limiting Lens: How Vaccine Misinformation Has Influenced Hispanic Conversations Online
12/8/21 It isn't possible to tell a single story about how this vaccination gap came to be. A history of medical exploitation and discrimination may play one role [4][5]. Data shows that language barriers, as well as concerns about immigration status, childcare and work schedules may also impede access to care [6][7]. All of these factors create a foundation of doubt and mistrust that allows misinformation about Covid-19 vaccines to flourish on social media.
HEALTH - Accessing COVID-19 Tessting and Treatment - Tips for Uninsured and Undocumented CA Immigrants
COVID-19 testing, examination and treatment count as emergency services and are FREE of charge under Medi-Cal, regardless of income or immigration status. Emergency Services are not counted as Public Charge. Californians who are uninsured, regardless of income or immigration status, can call 877-409-9052 to get information and get help enrolling in Medi-Cal in their own language. Key Words: Health Care, Multi-language: English | Spanish | Vietnamese | Tagalog | Simplified Chinese | Traditional Chinese | Korean | Arabic |
HEALTH - Black Coalition Against COVID (BCAC)
The Black Coalition Against COVID has assembled leaders from across the nation to provide science-based facts and information needed to drive COVID prevention awareness, increasing mask usage and vaccination.
HEALTH - CA COVID-19 Health Equity Playbook for Communities
12/1/20 Strategies and Practices for an Equitable Reopening and Recovery - The COVID-19 pandemic has underscored stark disparities, particularly among Latino communities. This booklet is a part of California's Blueprint for a Safer Economy includes a Health Equity Metric to help ensure that California's public health interventions and guidance reach individuals in all communities statewide, especially disproportionately impacted communities. Blueprintforasafereconomy-sp
HEALTH - CA Department of Health Multi-language COVID-19 Updates and Guidance
Coronavirus updates, alerts, statistics, tips and guidance from the CA Dept of Public Health . Multi-language links to: Spanish Arabic, Amharic, Cambodian, Chinese (Simplified), Farsi (Persian), Hindi, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Punjabi, Russian, Somali, Spanish, Tagalog, Tamil, Telegu, Tigrinya, Urdu, and Vietnamese Key Words: pandemic flu, COVID-19, GOVERNMENT
HEALTH - CA Department of Public Health (CDPH) Immigrant Communities Guidance on Public Charge
The CDPH is focused on ensuring all individuals, regardless of their immigration status, are protected from the outbreak and receive appropriate testing and treatment. For families that are concerned about the "public charge" rule, immigration officials have confirmed that they will neither consider testing, treatment, nor preventative care related to COVID-19 as part of a public charge inadmissibility determination, even if provided or paid for by one or more public benefits considered under the rule including Medi-Cal. Key Words: Multi-language: English | Amharic | Arabic' | Burmese | Chinese | French | NAME| Hiaitian| Hindi | Hmong | Korean | Spanish | Tagalog | Vietnamese
HEALTH - COVID-19 Guidance for Immigrant Californians
6/29/21 This guide provides tips about services, including public benefits, that are available to immigrant Californians, including some that are available regardless of immigration status. Including: ** Stay-at-home order considerations ** Ways to protect yourself and others ** Immigration help ** Public charge information for accessing public benefits ** Testing and treatment ** Information on jobs, wages, and benefits Small business support ** Housing * Food and bills ** Community safety * Protection against scams and bad information. Check COVID19.CA.GOV for updates. Multi-language: Spanish | Chinese Traditional | Chinese Simplified | Korean | Vietnamese | Tagalog | Key Words: Disaster, Pandemic, Coronavirus, Undocumented
HEALTH - CuidadoDeSalud.gov
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services today unveiled CuidadodeSalud.gov, the first website in Spanish of its kind to help consumers take control of their health care by connecting them to new information and resources that will help them access quality, affordable health care coverage. Multi-language: Spanish Key Words: Latino, Insurance,
HEALTH - Gardner Health Services
COVID-19 Update: Gardner Health Services continues offering free vaccinations and COVID-19 tests to the East San Jose community. For more information or to schedule an appointment call them at (408) 457-7100 or find your nearest clinic. Gardner serves patients independent of immigration status and all information is safeguarded. Comprehensive health care, including prevention, education, early intervention, treatment and advocacy services which are affordable, respectful, culturally, linguistically and age appropriate - especially the disenfranchised, disadvantaged and most vulnerable members. 9 branches throughout Santa Clara County. Key Words: Healthcare, Covered CA enrollment asst, Medical, Dental, Women, Children, Optometry, pediatrics, Mental Health, Pharmacy, SCC, CORONAVIRUS, Undocumented Multi-Language: Spanish, Vietnamese
HEALTH - Health Equity Considerations & Racial & Ethnic Minority Groups
Health equity is when all members of society enjoy a fair and just opportunity to be as healthy as possible. Public health policies and programs centered around the specific needs of communities can promote health equity. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought social and racial injustice and inequity to the forefront of public health. It has highlighted that health equity is still not a reality as COVID-19 has unequally affected many racial and ethnic minority groups, putting them more at risk of getting sick and dying from COVID-19. Multi-language: Spanish | Vietnamese | Chinese | Korean | Social determinants of health (SDOH)
HEALTH - Healthcare access for Undocumented Folks in the Time of COVID19
If you feel sick, with symptoms of fever and dry cough, do not be afraid to seek medical assistance and call a doctor first. CDC Guide in Spanish Spanish. Although undocumented people are usually not eligible for health insurance, even through ACA, we can still receive health care through free/low-cost clinics that serve the uninsured. Undocumented people are welcome and will not be turned away from free/low-cost clinics. Multi-language. Key Words:
HEALTH - InformaGente COVID-19 Youtube conversation for Latinx Community
Listos California, in partnership with the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) and the National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts (NHFA), launched "InformaGente," a new online conversation series to foster a culture of emergency readiness among Latinx communities. 5/28/20 The first InformaGente conversation features actor Nicholas Gonzalez, star of ABC's The Good Doctor, and Dr. Gil Chavez, Senior Advisor to the Director of the California Department of Public Health. Dr. Chavez and Mr. Gonzalez discuss issues related to COVID-19 from hand washing and physical distancing, to concerns about visiting a doctor due to immigration status. Multi-language: Spanish
HEALTH - Listos Safety Tips for Public Health Emergencies like COVID-19
Listos California helps individuals, families and communities prepare for disasters like wildfires, earthquakes and floods. We also help Californians respond to COVID-19. When we all do our part, we keep more people safe. Everyone in California is now required to stay home except to get food, get necessary health care, or go to an essential job. This is our best defense to protect you and your community. If you go out, keep at least 6 feet of distance from other people. Please listen to public health officials for updates. Multi-language: Spanish
HEALTH - MediCal Expansion Covers Young Adults
1/1/2020 Beginning January 1, 2020, a new law in California will give full scope Medi-Cal to young adults under the age of 26 and immigration status does not matter. All other Medi-Cal eligibility rules, including income limits, will still apply. Key Words: Health, undocumented Multi-language: Frequently Asked Questions English | Arabic | Armenian | Cambodian | Farsi | Hindi | Hmong | Japanese | Korean | Laotian | Mien | Punjabi | Russian | Spanish | Tagalog | Thai | Ukranian | Vietnamese |
HEALTH - Medical Assistance Programs for Immigrants in Various States
6/21 Federally funded Medicaid and CHIP (Children's Health Insurance Program) is available to otherwise eligible "qualified" immigrants who entered the U.S. before August 22, 1996, and those who have held a "qualified" status for five years or longer. Refugees and other "humanitarian"? immigrants, veterans, active duty military and their spouses and children, and certain other immigrants can get Medicaid or CHIP without a five-year waiting period. This table describes state policies for providing health coverage to additional groups of immigrants, under federal options to cover lawfully residing children and pregnant women, regardless of their date of entry into the U.S., or to provide prenatal care to women regardless of status, using CHIP funds. It also describes immigrant coverage under programs using exclusively state funds.*
HEALTH - Multi-language Coronavirus Stay Safe Videos
Stay safe with true information There is a lot of information about COVID-19. Do you know what is true and what is not true? USAHello has information from sources we can trust. Watch our videos about coronavirus myths. Learn about coronavirus scams so you can stay safe. Multi-language: Arabic | Burmese | Farsi | French | Hindi | Kanyarwanda | Korean | Nepali | Somali | Spanish | Tagalog | Tirigrinya |
HEALTH - NILC FAQ: Eligibility for Assistance Based on Immigration Status
5/27/21 In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Congress has passed several emergency measures that provide assistance to struggling individuals and families. This table provides information about immigrants' eligibility for these programs in addition to potential implications for public charge determinations. (USCIS recently posted an alert clarifying that it will not consider testing, treatment, or preventive care related to COVID-19 in a public charge inadmissibility determination. Key Words: Pandemic
HEALTH - Why few farmworkers isolate in California’s free COVID-19 hotel rooms
12/26/20 County and state officials, as well as advocates, say farmworkers fear the hotel rooms open them up to job loss, deportation, problems with citizenship or residency cases, even the fear of battling a deadly disease alone. Key Words: Pandemic, immigration
HEALTH - You have Rights to Protect Your Health - Going to the Doctor
2/20 You can still get health care without insurance. This includes emergency room care, community health centers, migrant health centers, free clinics, and public hospitals. You have options.Doctors and nurses care about your health, not your immigration status. Patients can seek care with confidence that their personal information is private. Immigration agencies also have a policy of avoiding enforcement actions in health care facilities like hospitals, health clinics, urgent care and doctors' offices. Key Words: #Protecting Immigrant Families (PIF), KYR, Know Your Rights, Public Charge
IMMIGRANTS - CA Comparison of Benefits & Rights Based on Immigration Status
10/19 Includes education benefits, public benefits, travel and transportation, civil rights, workplace and employment benefits. This chart, from Immigrants Rising, Shows benefits available to citizens, LPR's (permanent residents, undocumented) Based on CALIFORNIA law,. benefits, and rights may be different in other states. Key Words: integration.
IMMIGRANTS - ICE Guidance During COVID-19
7/5/21 accommodate the COVID-19 pandemic, including enforcement, detention, deportation, immigration court cases, application processing, interviews, visitation, and more. Key Words: RRN, Rapid Response
IMMIGRANTS - ILRC Family Preparedness Plan for Immigrants (English-Spanish-Chinese)
Every family should have a Preparedness Plan in case of disruption of their routines for any reason. The dramatic expansion of ICE activities makes it even more important that immigrants consider the potential impact that detainment or deportation would have on their families. ILRC (Immigrant Legal Resource Center) has prepared this packet with information, forms, and additional information for families that include immigrants. Spanish | Chinese |
IMMIGRANTS - One Nation 2020 Report - AAPIs Rising to Fight Dual Pandemics Covid-19 and Racism
10/20 The One Nation Commission Report II, edited by author and journalist Helen Zia, with contributions by Viet Nguyen and AAPI researchers, provides the facts, data, new research, curated stories, and imagery that prove and bring to life the impact on AAPIs of COVID-19 and the compounding effects of the simultaneous rise in anti-Asian hate. Undertesting, racism, and a lack of disaggregated data Have led to misunderstanding the impact of COVID-19 on the AAPI community.
MENTAL HEALTH - SCC OIR Newsletter8 - COVID-19 - Immigrants & Mental Health
OIR has compiled a list of mental health resources for local immigrants to provide guidance and support on this issue. The Office of Immigrant Relations would like to remind Santa Clara County residents that mental health services are available for immigrants. Everyone is encouraged to seek the needed healthcare regardless of status. Multi-language:MENTAL HEALTH GUIDE FOR IMMIGRANTS - English | MENTAL HEALTH GUIDE FOR IMMIGRANTS - Vietnamese | MENTAL HEALTH GUIDE FOR IMMIGRANTS - Spanish | Key Words;
MENTAL HEALTH - Women's Magazine -ASIAN AMERICAN FEMINIST ANTIBODIES {care in the time of coronavirus}
With the COVID-19 pandemic neither behind us or solely ahead of us, this zine offers a way to make meaning of the coronavirus crisis through long-standing practices of care that come out of Asian American histories and politics. We bring together first-hand accounts and analyses from our communities, including health and service workers and caregivers on the frontlines, students, people living with chronic illness, journalists, and organizers. Together, this collection of stories, essays, and artwork shows how we experience, resist, and grapple with a viral outbreak that has been racialized as Asian, is spoken of in the language of contagion and invasion, and reveals the places where our collective social safety net is particularly threadbare. Key Words: Ethnic Media, collaborative
NEWS - Farmworkers, Mostly Undocumented, Become ‘Essential’ During Pandemic
4/2/20 Immigrant field workers have been told to keep working despite stay-at-home directives, and given letters attesting to their "critical" role in feeding the country. It is an open secret that the vast majority of people who harvest America's food are undocumented immigrants, mainly from Mexico, many of them decades-long residents of the United States. Often the parents of American-born children, they have lived for years with the cloud of deportation hanging over their households. Key Words: ICE, COVID-19, Coronavirus
NEWS - San Jose legislator pushes to protect farmworkers during COVID-19 crisis
4/2/20 The question of who qualifies as an "essential worker" during the coronavirus crisis is no longer limited to health care workers and first responders " it now includes grocery store clerks, restaurant employees and truck drivers. Local legislators are now pushing to add farmworkers to that list, as they're filling produce trucks and grocery store shelves. San Jose Assemblymember Ash Kalra this week called for Gov. Gavin Newsom to expand protections for the roughly 500,000 to 800,000 farmworkers across California, including the ability to stay home and take care of their families amid the COVID-19 outbreak without worrying about the resulting financial strain.
NEWS - Stop AAPI Hate- Inside the California organization tracking anti-Asian hate incidents
6/7/21 Stop AAPI Hate has recorded nearly 7,000 hate incidents involving Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders nationwide Volunteers review each report submitted by community members to the Stop AAPI Hate website; more than 2,800 came in during March alone. Women reported more than two thirds of all incidents in the coalition's most recent national report. About 44% involved Chinese Americans. While about 12% of survivors said they experienced some form of physical assault, more than two-thirds reported verbal harassment. Others reported civil rights violations, such as workplace discrimination, or online attacks.
RESOURCE - CA Immigrant Guide
Provides information on resources available to immigrant families, such as testing under Medi-Cal, small business support, including some that are available regardless of immigration status. Additional Information for immigrant communities on Coronavirus and updated Public Charge policies. Ongoing information on available services throughout the state for Immigrants seeking help with English language learning, workforce skill development, naturalization preparation or legal assistance, Key Words: Directory, citizenship, ESL Multi-language: Spanish, Vietnamese, Tagalog, Russian, Chinese (Cantonese and Mandarin),, Korean, Arabic , Armenian, Farsi, Khmer (Cambodian)
RESOURCE - Immigrant Eligibility for Public Programs During COVID-19
3/26/21 This table provides a general overview of some of the federal public programs available to support individuals and families during the COVID-19 crisis under existing law, as well as the recently passed Families First Coronavirus Response Act and the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. We have also included clarification about whether these public programs are taken into account for public charge purposes. Additional information about the public charge regulations is available in this FAQ document from the Protecting Immigrant Families (PIF) Campaign. Multi-language: Spanish
RESOURCE - InformedImmigrant.com
InformedImmigrant.com is dedicated to increasing access to resources and knowledge for the undocumented immigrant community across the U.S. We understand that these times are especially hard on immigrant communities dealing with the unique challenges of coronavirus and immigration status. Regularly updated national and state by state resource guides plus where to get legal help and DACA renewal. Multi-lingual: Spanish Key Words: COVID-19, health, financial, mental health, education
RESOURCE - Resources for the Hindu American community
Specifically tailored to the issues the Hindu American community may face with regard to religious freedom in schools, workplace, the justice system, housing, Also information on Hate Crimes, Temple security, COVID-19 issues, and basic, introductory information regarding rights, responsibilities and duties as citizens or legal residents of the U.S. Hindu Holidays Key Words: KYR, Know Your Rights, Indian
RESOURCE - Vietnamese Voluntary Foundation, Inc. (VIVO)
COVID-19 Update: Coronavirus emergency relief information in Vietnamese
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VIVO is a nonprofit, community-based organization providing services to over 100,000 residents in Santa Clara and San Joaquin counties in Northern California. Our bilingual/bi-cultural services include: Senior Program, Youth & Family Programs, Health Education, English-as-a-Second Language, Computer Skills Training, Employment Placement, Citizenship Classes, Community Advocacy and more. Key Words: ESL, Asian, CBO, , API Offices in San Jose and Stockton, CA Multi-Language: Vietnamese
TRANSLATION - Binational Center for the Development of Oaxacan Indigenous Communities
Centro Binacional para el Desarrollo Indígena Oaxaqueno - Serving the indigenous migrant communities from the state of Oaxaca, Mexico that reside in CA. (CBDIO) works to increase the participation of indigenous women in the life of the migrant community by providing training and promotion of gender equality, so that they may exercise self-determination in their civic lives. CBDIO also promotes health education on prevention and treatment of different illnesses. Located in Fresno, Greenfield, and Madera, but offer translation services for the following indigenous languages: Mixteco, Triqui, Tlapaneco, Zapoteco, Punjabi translations. COVID-19 audio recordings for some Indigenous languages that are not written. Key Words: Language Access, Interpreter
TRANSLATION - California Dept. of Social Services Language Services Unit (CA DSS)
A list of translated forms and publications with the most recent revision dates available from CDSS. Arabic, Armenian, Cambodian, Farsi, Hmong, Japanese, Korean, , Lao, Mien, Portuguese, Punjabi, Spanish, Tagalog, Ukrainian, Vietnamese Multilingual Translations | Other Language Translations. Key Words: Translation, Interpret, Multi-Language
TRANSLATION - Coronavirus Information in Indigenous Languages, Dialects, and Spanish
These resources were gathered by the Rural Women's Health Project, with thanks to Evelyn Moraga in Guatemala, Dr. Laura Gonzalez at the University of Florida, her colleagues at CEPIADET in Oaxaca Mexico and CIELO in Los Angeles. Posters, Fact Sheets, audio and video materials in numerous indigenous languages. We are committed to getting these materials out to all of those residing in the U.S., no matter their country of origin or mother language. If you have materials to be added to this list, please contact us at: rwhp@cafl.com. Multi-language
TRANSLATION - Materiales en LENGUAS INDÍGENAS para PREVENIR EL CORONAVIRUS COVID-19
Short Video and audio clips with COVID-19 related messages Key Words: Language Access Multi-language: Mayo, Español, Akateko/Kuti', Ñomndaa (amuzgo), Numte oote (ayapaneco), Cha' jna'a (chatino), Úza' (chichimeco jonaz), chinanteco, Ngiba (chocholteco), CH'ol, Tsame (chontal de Oaxaca), Yoko t'an (chontal de Tabasco), huj/Koti', Náayari (cora), Kuapá, Dibaku (cuicateco), Español, guarijío, Tének (huasteco), mbeyajts/Ombeayiüts (huave), Wixárika (huichol), Xjuani (ixcateco), Ixil, Jakalteko/Popti'/Abxub'al, Kakchikel, kiliwa, ku'ahl, kumiay, lacandón, Ta Yol Mam, Bot'una (matlatzinca), Maayat'aan (maya), Yoremnokki (mayo), Jñatjo (mazahua), Énná, mazateco), Ayuujk (mixe), Tu'un Savi (mixteco), Mexikatlahtolli (náhuatl), Hñähñu (otomí), paipai, Xi'oi (pame), O'otam (pápago), Oichkama no'oka/oishkam no'ok (pima), Ngiwa (popoloca del centro), Ngiwa (popoloca del poniente), T'kmaya'/yámay (popoluca de Sayula), Nuntaj'yi'Texistepec), P'urhepecha, Q'anjob'al, Mocho' (qato'k), Cmiique Iitom (seri), Ralámuli raicha (tarahumara), Lhima'alh'ama/Lhimasipij (tepehua), Odami (tepehuano del norte), O'dam (tepehuano del sur), Pjiekakjo (tlahuica), Mè'phàà (tlapaneco), Tojol-ab'al, Tutunakú, triqui, Bats'il k'op Tseltal, ats'i k'op Tsotsil, Jiak Noki (yaqui), zapoteco, Otetzame (zoque)Bold Key Words: coronavirus, translation, Mexico, health, international
TRANSLATION - Respond Crisis Translators Network
Amidst the pandemic, our volunteers are mobilizing around the clock to translate in hospitals, detention centers, and anywhere else where language support is needed. If you need help, please let us know and we will be touch ASAP. We are a network of volunteer translators providing compassionate, effective, and trauma-informed interpretation and translation services for migrants, refugees, anyone experiencing language barriers, Key Word: COVID-19 Multi-language: Spanish | France | Key Words: SCC Language Bank
USCIS - Uniting for Ukraine
The US government has announced that people fleeing the war in Ukraine can apply to come to the U.S. with the support of a U.S. citizen, permanent resident or other legally-residing individual serving as a sponsor..
VOTING - Mi Familia Vota
Mi Familia Vota is a national 501(c)(4) civic engagement organization that advocates on social and economic issues that impact the Latino community, from immigration to workers rights. Since our founding, Mi Familia Vota has integrated local organizing, leadership development, advocacy and building broad community partnerships with our voter engagement work; focusing on local,state and federal elections. Comprehensive immigration reform, education, healthcare, workers' rights, climate change and the environment, and voter rights have been the core issues at the heart of our work, locally and nationally. Offices in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Nevada, and Texas. Multi-language: Spanish Key Words: