Immigration

‘This one is one for the history books’: CSUB’s Dreamers Resource Center brings hope and support to undocumented students

December 5, 2019 / By

Faculty, students and community members gathered at California State University, Bakersfield Tuesday to celebrate the opening of the campus’ first ever Dreamers Resource Center — a spot on campus that will ensure students and staff feel safe, comfortable and supported.

Youth Empowering Success at Bakersfield College to host first social justice conference, featuring NFL players

December 2, 2019 / By

National Football League players Demairo Davis and Josh Norman will advocate for social justice at the first Dear America, a Social Justice Conversation conference, held at Bakersfield College.

Information offsets fear at the Second Immigrant Civil Rights Conference

October 17, 2019 / By

Kern County residents heard from a number of immigrant rights advocates Wednesday at the Greater Bakersfield Legal Assistance’s second Immigrant Civil Rights Conference at Hodel’s Country Dining.

Health care advocates celebrate the halt to public charge rule; remain vigilant as Trump Administration imposes new restrictions

October 15, 2019 / By

Health care advocates gathered Tuesday morning in front of Clinica Sierra Vista on Niles Street to celebrate the latest news to the new public charge rule.

Kern Sol News breaks down finalized public charge rule; WIC not included

October 3, 2019 / By

The Department of Homeland Security recently adopted a new “public charge” rule in August that is set to go into effect in just a few weeks.

CSUB to offer free immigration legal services to students

September 5, 2019 / By
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Cal State Bakersfield, along with 20 other CSU campuses, is providing free immigration legal services to students and university employees, the California State University announced Thursday.