What are your rights if Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) comes to your home?
Know Your Rights Cards from the Immigration Legal Resource Center
Know Your Rights from the ACLU
Know Your Rights from the Immigrant Defense Project
5 Ways to Fight ICE Raids with Power, Not Panic from California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance
California TRUST Act from ICE out of California
Rapid Response Hotlines
These are all area-specific rapid response hotlines to call when you see Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) activity in that area. They can send people out to verify whether an ICE raid is happening and provide legal support. You can add these numbers to your cell phone based on where you live, work, or frequently travel. More info can be found at the source sites.
Alameda County (Oakland, Berkeley, etc.)
San Mateo County
The following are sourced here.
Santa Clara County
Santa Cruz County
Sonoma and Napa County
As a part of SURJ Bay Area’s #12DaysToShowUp Fundraising Campaign — and our ongoing commitment to racial justice and reparations — 50% of all donations raised for SURJ are passed on to local POC-led organizations. The other 50% will be used to fund under-resourced rural SURJ chapters and to support our own work mobilizing white people in the Bay Area.
Donate to SURJ Bay Area before December 31 to help us reach our year-end fundraising goal of $20,000.
In addition to your donation to SURJ, we encourage you to match donations directly to POC-led organizations like those we’ve featured each of the 12 Days of this campaign.
As the holidays draw near, you may be anticipating those difficult conversations around the dining room table. Check out this tool to help you with some of the topics that may come up.
Victory Against White Supremacy in the Bay!
Statement from the organizers - a coalition of Black and immigrant interfaith, anti-racist, anti-fascist, LBGTQ and civil rights groups.
We as SURJ Bay Area are deeply saddened, horrified, and outraged by the recent murders of three women of color across the U.S. We honor and uplift their names: