How Has This Public-Private Effort to Defend L.A.’s Immigrants Shaped Up?

How Has This Public-Private Effort to Defend L.A.’s Immigrants Shaped Up?

With a mission to help nonprofits extend free legal aid to immigrants, the L.A. Justice Fund launched in 2017 with support from both philanthropy and government. Two years on, it’s built up crucial infrastructure. But the scale of need remains vast.

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To Fight Deportations in L.A., Private Funders Are Teaming Up With Local Government

To Fight Deportations in L.A., Private Funders Are Teaming Up With Local Government

Grantmakers in Southern California have long worked to integrate immigrants into the social fabric. Now they're engaged in an urgent effort, along with public agencies, to keep communities from being torn apart. 

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In a Climate of Fear, California Funders Step Up for Immigrants

In a Climate of Fear, California Funders Step Up for Immigrants

Amid stepped-up deportations and mounting panic, new grant money is flowing to legal and advocacy groups, especially in Southern California, where a million undocumented immigrants live. 

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