1. Take care of yourself and your loved ones
Despite the struggles we are facing, remain rooted in love. Like our ancestors before us, we are part of a legacy of resistance and resilience. Our dignity cannot be taken away.
2. You still have rights
Regardless of your immigration status, you have certain guaranteed rights under the Constitution.
3. Stay informed and connected
To learn more, get your questions answered, get support, help others, and take action, text PROTECTION to 313131 or call our hotline at 1-888-600-5762.
4. SB 168 forces law enforcement to collaborate with ICE as it pertains to people in custody.
SB 168 forces all local governments, state agencies and police departments to honor ICE detainer holds for any person held in custody. See the FAQs below for more details on how this could affect our communities.
Want more information? Watch our SB 168 Question and Answer video with legal experts Alana Greer, a movement lawyer and racial justice advocate from Community Justice Project, and Losmin Jimenez, a public interest advocate with expertise in family law, juvenile dependency, and immigration enforcement and removal in Florida and Maryland from Advancement Project.