This resource guide is provided to deepen our shared understanding about immigrant detention in California and tools to bring it to and end, and to offer reflection and action as we journey on the Pilgrimage.
Up to Us
Up to Us is the first, most comprehensive study of transgender and gender non-conforming Asians and Pacific Islanders in the San Francisco Bay Area. In early 2019, Lavender Phoenix began this community-based action research project to visibilize the experiences of TGNC APIs in the Bay Area and create opportunities to organize in the long term.…
Crafting Empathy, Speaking Solidarity
Brian Sengala, PhD candidate, wrote this article about CERI and how the organization’s multilayered care approach creates a stable and safe environment for refugees and helps them process traumas they experienced on their own timeline.
Survived & Punished’s Publications
This directory includes research, toolkits & curricula, and newsletters on topics surrounding victims of domestic and sexual violence who the legal system criminalizes.
A Handbook for Immigrants Inside
This handbook is for those in California who are in prison and immigration detention and are facing possible deportation. Immigration law is very complex, and it’s difficult to get information on immigration while incarcerated or detained. This guide discusses what you can do to prepare yourself if you have an immigration hold, what to expect…
APSC Data Report on Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated AAPIs
Much of the publicly available data doesn’t disaggregate AANHPI Data and is often categorized as “Other” in official statistics. In response to this, APSC surveyed over 500 individuals incarcerated throughout California. You can access the report on their website here.
Asian American Racial Justice Toolkit
This toolkit represents the work and thinking of 15 grassroots organizations with Asian American bases living in the most precarious margins of power, and it reflects their analysis of the interconnectedness of issues and constituencies within the structures of white supremacy. In addition to workshop modules, the organizations share some experiences and lessons learned in…