Immigrant Day of Action

IDA 2022: Taking the Lead: Centering Immigrant Equity and Voices

Are you ready to build an equitable California where everyone—our family, friends, colleagues and neighbors can thrive? Join us Tuesday, April 26, 2022, as we gather our collective power virtually for Immigrant Day of Action! This year has started with groundbreaking proposed investments to advance the health, safety, and wellbeing of all Californians, regardless of income or immigration status. On IDA, we will urge our leadership to continue the momentum and keep their promises for bold, equitable public policy that centers immigrant community members who have enriched our state economically and socially for years, but who have been excluded from benefits and protections. IDA will feature a diverse line up of leaders, partners, and impacted community members from across the state, a beautiful celebration of our accomplishments and timely discussions on issues facing the immigrants rights movement in the Golden State.

Whether you’ve joined us before or this is your first time, your participation is critical to ensure an equitable post-pandemic recovery. With over 700 registrants last year, we are expecting this to be the biggest virtual Immigrant Day of Action to date.

Save the date for IDA 2022 and register today – we hope to see you there!

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Immigrant Day of Action

Each spring, we gather our collective power for Immigrant Day of Action (IDA)! We have seen how long-term oppressive structures have disproportionately impacted our immigrant, Black, Indigenous, and people of color communities throughout history. The COVID-19 pandemic further exacerbated the living and working conditions of our people; this is all the more reason we need to ensure no one is left behind. We must invest and strengthen our safety net to allow for an equitable recovery today and for our communities to thrive tomorrow.

At IDA, we bring advocates, community members, constituents, and allies  from across the state to Sacramento to urge the governor and legislature to make bold, equitable public investments  for a strong, sustainable economy that works for ALL of us—including California’s 11 million immigrants. Register today for IDA 2022