The Immigrant Rights Project was established to educate, advocate for and mobilize the Korean American community on immigrant rights and immigration reform. The Project consistently monitors legislation and policies, produces timely educational materials, and participates in national and regional coalitions focusing on our issue priorities. Issue promotion through the media, both mainstream and ethnic is an important component of our work. And, in coordinating with NAKASEC affiliates, the Project carries out grassroots organizing efforts to engage the Korean American community in this national movement.
- LA Youth Fast for Central American Youth – 'We Are Just Like Those Kids’ – New America Media
- OC Immigration Activists To Resume ‘Fast For Families’
- Orange County activists join fast for immigration reform
- Republican congressman Jeff Denham will join Democrats in immigration overhaul push
- Darrell Issa to introduce immigration bill
Since the 1996 presidential elections, NAKASEC has coordinated a multi-faceted civic participation campaign designed to walk first-time voters through the entire political process. The components of the campaign include: voter registration, voter education, voter mobilization, voter assistance, voter research, and voting rights advocacy.
Immigrant Rights Project
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