Workers' Rights

Asian Immigrant Women Advocates
Asian Immigrant Women Advocates (AIWA) develops the collective leadership of low-income immigrant women and youth to organize for positive changes in their living and working conditions, focusing on three major areas: Education, Leadership Development and Collective Action.
Building Skills Partnership
Building Skills Partnership (BSP) improves the lives of property service workers in low-wage industries and their families. Property service workers are janitors, security officers, maintenance and custodial workers, stadium, arena and airport workers, and other workers who provide important services to the buildings of California. BSP programs serve 5,500 participants annually through direct services and training, and 20,000 individuals through hybrid outreach engagements & online services. Programs focus on workforce development, immigrant inclusion, and community advancement. The organization offers career and education programs that enable workers’ personal and professional success.
Centro Legal de la Raza
Centro Legal de la Raza is a legal services agency protecting and advancing the rights of low-income, immigrant, Black, and Latinx communities through bilingual legal representation, education, and advocacy. By combining quality legal services with know-your-rights education and youth development
Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights – Los Angeles (CHIRLA)
CHIRLA advocates for immigrant rights, organizes, educates and defends immigrants and refugees in the streets, in the courts, and in the halls of power.
Filipino Advocates for Justice
Filipino Advocates for Justice (FAJ, formerly known as FAA, Filipinos for Affirmative Action) has been an advocate for immigrant and civil rights by providing direct services, developing leaders, and organizing and advocating on issues important to the Filipino community as a historically underserved ethnic minority. We serve at-risk middle and high school-age youth, low-wage workers vulnerable to exploitation, and the newly arrived immigrants and undocumented, by helping them navigate the challenges of life in the US.
Service Area
East Bay
Legal Aid at Work
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Legal Aid at Work’s Workers’ Rights Clinic provides low-income and unemployed people with free, confidential information about their legal rights related to work in California including wage protection, working conditions, and unemployment benefits. They provide services in Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, and other languages.
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Oakland Bloom
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Oakland Bloom is a non-profit that supports poor-and-working class immigrant, refugee, and BIPOC chefs to start their own food businesses through its flagship business training and incubator program, the Open Test Kitchen. Alongside our incubator program, Oakland Bloom also works to develop cooperative food business restaurant + finance models that prioritize community safety, people power, worker rights, and pathways to ownership.
Service Area
Bay Area
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