New Legal Aid Program To Serve Immigrants, Marginalized Communities

In this Wednesday, June 19, 2019 photo, a flyer that reads “Human Rights Watch Home, ICE Free Zone ” rests on a table during an emergency meeting plan of action on how to defend and protect undocumented communities of deportation at Lincoln Methodist Church in Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood. With renewed pledges on mass deportations, immigrant rights activists have fine-tuned and ramped up one of their most basic organizing tools: The know-your-rights training.
In this Wednesday, June 19, 2019 photo, a flyer that reads "Human Rights Watch Home, ICE Free Zone " rests on a table during an emergency meeting plan of action on how to defend and protect undocumented communities of deportation at Lincoln Methodist Church in Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood. With renewed pledges on mass deportations, immigrant rights activists have fine-tuned and ramped up one of their most basic organizing tools: The know-your-rights training. Amr Alfiky / AP Photo
In this Wednesday, June 19, 2019 photo, a flyer that reads “Human Rights Watch Home, ICE Free Zone ” rests on a table during an emergency meeting plan of action on how to defend and protect undocumented communities of deportation at Lincoln Methodist Church in Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood. With renewed pledges on mass deportations, immigrant rights activists have fine-tuned and ramped up one of their most basic organizing tools: The know-your-rights training.
In this Wednesday, June 19, 2019 photo, a flyer that reads "Human Rights Watch Home, ICE Free Zone " rests on a table during an emergency meeting plan of action on how to defend and protect undocumented communities of deportation at Lincoln Methodist Church in Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood. With renewed pledges on mass deportations, immigrant rights activists have fine-tuned and ramped up one of their most basic organizing tools: The know-your-rights training. Amr Alfiky / AP Photo

New Legal Aid Program To Serve Immigrants, Marginalized Communities

As communities of color face mass deportation and incarceration, a new statewide program called “Access to Justice” aims to provide those populations with legal aid. Two people involved with the program join Reset to discuss.

GUESTS: Tanya Woods, executive director of the Westside Justice Center

Erendira Rendon, vice president of immigration advocacy at The Resurrection Project