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LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS ®
FREMONT-NEWARK-UNION CITY
LWV Fremont, Newark, and Union City
The League of Women Voters of Fremont, Newark and Union City and SABA-NC, the South Asian Bar Association of Northern California co-sponsored a Community Immigration Forum titled “Know Your Rights. There were 15 other co-sponsors:
 Alameda Co. Ch.
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Council on Arab Islamic Relations (CAIR) 
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Asian American Bar Association of the Greater Bay Area
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American Immigration 
Lawyers Association
(NorCal & Santa 
Clara Valley Chapters)
ACLU of Northern California
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Afghan Coalition
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Anjuman-E-Najmi
SF Bay Area 
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Bangladeshi Association
Bay Area 
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Telugu Association (BATA)

SIREN
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FIA of Northern 
California
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Pakistani American
Community Center
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Sikh Coalition
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India Currents
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Compassionate Community Fremont

The focus was on learning about current immigration policies,
knowing your civil rights with Homeland Security, with local
police, and at the airport. Panelists helped identify resources
for Hate Crimes and Discrimination. After the panel presentation
free 1:1 legal consultations were available. The ACLU gave out
a free wallet-size guide that gave short answers to the many
questions arising about how to know your rights. The cards are
available in many languages. They were so popular
that they ran out of them.

With over 90 attendees, there were many of our LWVFNUC 
members who were present including our Co-Presidents and 
Program Committee Chairpersons.

From left to right:
Anu Natarajan,  Syeda Inamdar, Alex Starr, David Bonaccorsi
Kathy Bray,  Pauline Weaver, and  Carolyn Hedgecock

The League of Women Voters of Fremont, Newark, and Union City
is a nonpartisan organization that encourages the informed and active participation
in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and
influences public policy through education and advocacy.