Former El Monte garment worker recalls imprisonment, forced labor A recent exhibit at the Museum of Social Justice in Los Angeles brought attention to the anniversary of the El Monte Garment workers fight in 1995 – where a modern slavery compound was discovered and exposed.  At 4 am on August 2, 1995, Chanchanit Martorell, Executive […]

PANA Endorses Emergency Week of Actions for Haitian Refugees!

Biden: Halt Your Racist Border Patrol and Stop the Whippings and Racist Deportations NOW!   Haitian refugee crisis made in the USA, border patrol agents whip migrants   Endorse the Emergency Week of Actions Call to Action and Demands Haitian Activist Calls Out Biden’s Border Response as ‘Unacceptable’ Stop Racist Border Patrol […]

PANA Working Platform on Immigration Reform

PANA work-in-progress framework for approaching immigration reform work March 10, 2019 (v.1f) • A fair pathway to citizenship and full integration for immigrants, trafficked victims, adoptees, asylum seekers, and refugees while offering them a protected status against criminalization, detention and deportation while they plead their cases. • We call for an end to re-criminalization and […]