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Immigrants are among the most vulnerable in a society. Still, they speak out to make their new home better for everyone.

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Nacho with a Mendota Education t-Shirt on
Middle school student from Mendota in western Fresno County breaks down the impacts of the California drought on farm workers in one of People Power Media's best interviewees.
Legal Aid for Immigrant Children
San Francisco Supervisor proposes legislation to provide immigrant children with legal aid as thousands face fast-track immigration.
Undocumented Farm Worker Enedina Bibanco
Undocumented farm workers are hit the hardest because of California's extreme drought. We went to the heart of the Central Valley, west Fresno County, to talk to residents about how they're surviving the massive job losses.
Advocates meet with Philippine Ambassador to the US
On May 16, 2014, representatives from BAYAN-USA, Migrante and NAFCON met with the Philippines Ambassador to the US, Jose L. Cuisa, Jr. at the Philippines Consulate in San Francisco. They were seeking prosecution of Isidro Rodriguez for the alleged human trafficking of over 200 Filipino teachers to the US.

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Dyan in freezing cold doing her standup outside of the prison with protesters
Supporters rally in snowstorm outside maximum security prison to show solidarity for prisoners being held without charges or release date.
Domestic workers meet with CA Senator Leno
California Domestic Workers and advocates meet with legislators at the California capital on Mother's Day to demand the passage of a Bill of Rights to protect their workers.
Filipino-Americans hold signs against modern slavery in New Orleans
A crowd of protesters gathered around the Philippine Consulate in San Francisco to demand action on the deaths, human trafficking and abuse of Filipino migrant workers on an oil rig in New Orleans.