California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation

ADVOCATES FOR JUSTICE

Legal Luminaries and Immigration Rights Leaders Come Together in the Fight for Justice For All

WHO WE ARE

HOW WE WORK

INFLUENCE

Political power is essential to finding long-term solutions to the problems farm workers and other low-wage laborers face. CRLAF is a trusted and respected voice representing low-income rural communities. 

 

EMPOWER

For 35+ years CRLAF has built a reputation as a trusted resource for farm workers and rural families. Empowering our communities to advocate is critical to developing long-term solutions. 

ADVOCATE

To protect the rights of low-wage workers representing large groups is the key to bringing about industry-wide improvements. By representing low-wage workers in class action litigation, CRLAF has achieved sweeping reforms in wage and hour, sexual harassment, and worker safety matters. 

12.20.2018

Today, President Donald J. Trump signed House Resolution 2, the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 also known as the Farm Bill.  The signature follows an announcement made earlier today that the Administration will request comment on a proposed rule that attempts to end-run Congressional decision-making authority on the country’s most important anti-hunger program, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Pro...

09.16.2018

On our last day in Texas, RAICES invited us to the San Antonio Greyhound bus station to assist with sending off women and children who had recently been released from the immigrant family detention center in Dilley, TX. These women had received positive credible fear determinations, and were departing San Antonio by different buses to finally join the friends and family members with whom they originally came to the United Stat...

09.15.2018

Please be advised that much of what follows may be difficult to read. The team discusses the stories that most affected them during their time at the detention center.

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Today was pesadísimo (very heavy/very difficult). While it feels almost disrespectful to use the word so many fathers use to describe their journey or their detention, it’s hard to find a more appropriate word to describe the hearts and minds of the advocat...

09.14.2018

“Do not translate everything he says. Only translate the important parts.” We sat there in disbelief listening to this asylum-seeker tell us about the asylum officer who instructed his interpreter to determine for themselves what parts of the testimony were important to the asylum-seeker’s legal claim. Interpreters are not legally trained and this interview was the asylum-seeker’s opportunity to explain why he is afraid of ret...

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