UCLA Labor Center

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Over its 50 years, the UCLA Labor Center has emerged as a historic social justice institution in Los Angeles. It has provided critical support to labor issues and forged deep partnerships between worker centers and unions. It has been a safe space and ground zero for the immigrant youth movement. And the UCLA Labor Center’s programs have led countless young people to dedicate their lives to social

Mario Perez, 2020 IJF Fellow

Meet Mario Perez! Mario is the Inland Empire fellow for the 2020 Immigrant Justice Fellowship (IJF), the UCLA Dream Resource Center’s California-wide rapid-response fellowship.

Deyanira Cuellar, 2020 IJF Fellow

Meet Deyanira Cuellar! Deyanira is the Fresno fellow for the 2020 Immigrant Justice Fellowship (IJF), the UCLA Dream Resource Center’s California-wide rapid-response fellowship.

Eva-Vera Kouassi Clollet, 2020 IJF Fellow

Meet Eva-Vera Kouassi Clollet! Eva is the Inland Empire fellow for the 2020 Immigrant Justice Fellowship (IJF), the UCLA Dream Resource Center’s California-wide rapid-response fellowship.

Sara Alagha, 2020 IJF Fellow

Meet Sara Alagha! Sara is the San Diego fellow for the 2020 Immigrant Justice Fellowship (IJF), the UCLA Dream Resource Center’s California-wide rapid-response fellowship.

Q&A with Wil Prada

Wil Prada is an LA based filmmaker and photographer whose work uplifts labor and immigrant rights.

Immigrant Rights Advocate & IJF Alum: Mario Perez

During the 2019 Immigrant Justice Fellowship, Mario's leadership was instrumental in providing shelter and transitional support to over 570 migrant families abandoned by Border Patrol in San Bernardino on May 2019.