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The Rosenberg Foundation's third edition of Justice in California features powerful op-eds from advocates and thought leaders from the state and nationally.
In this edition of the online publication, the foundation asked leading immigrant rights advocates and champions to share their ideas and strategies on one of the premier social justice issues of our time, advancing rights and opportunities for immigrants. Pieces include:

  • Reshma Shamasunder and Angelica Salas on how California is leading the way on immigrant rights and integration.
  • Pablo Alvarado on stopping the criminalization of immigrants.
  • Saru Jayaraman on the need to standing up for restaurant workers.
  • Janet Murguía on the need to put immigrant integration front and center on the national agenda.
  • Richard Trumka on the birth of a new kind of workers’ movement and how immigration reform can benefit workers.
  • Katie Joaquin and Maria Distancia on what’s next for domestic workers.
  • The Hon. Cruz Reynoso and Arturo Rodriquez and the continuing fight for justice for California’s farmworkers.
  • And much more.

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Rosenberg Foundation's new online publication features eight powerful essays by 17 new and established leaders:

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  • "The Remaking of California" by Dr. Manuel Pastor 
  •  "Immigrant Rights: Bucking the National Trend" by Mina Titi Liu & Thomas A. Saenz
  • "Smart About Safety" by Benjamin Todd Jealous & Lateefah Simon
  • "Sowing Change in the San Joaquin Valley" by Hugo Morales
  • "Securing Justice for Farm Workers" by Dolores Huerta
  • "An Economy that Works for All of Us" by Madeline Janis
  • "Building a Real Progressive Movement for Change" by Eva Paterson
  • "Bridging Racial and Ethnic Divides" by Maria Echaveste
  • "One, Larger Vision for Justice" by Kate Kendell & Stewart Kwoh