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The Supreme Court’s decision is a victory for DACA recipients and their families!
COVID-19 is challenging us in ways we could never have imagined. For thousands of farmworkers in California the challenges are even greater; together we can help.
Until April 6, eviction hearings were still happening in California. CRLAF stepped in to stop all evictions during pandemic.
CRLA Foundation acknowledges the pain that is tormenting our country and stands in solidarity with our Black community members as an ally in the fight for racial justice.
Please click here for more information about eligibility requirements and CRLAF's application process.
On March 13 and March 26 CRLAF sent letters to the Governor outlining recommendations to support low-wage workers left out of CARES bill.
Critical information and resources to help immigrant communities navigate this challenging time.
We are the sons and daughters of farmworkers. We believe justice and dignity are inalienable human rights.
California adopts a new regulation specifying lighting requirements for night-time agricultural work.