Latino Caucus Events

October 08, 2013

As the national conversation on immigration continues to evolve, California is poised to be a leader in embracing its 2.5 million undocumented immigrant population. Measures that grant driver's licenses to undocumented immigrants and protect families from deportation, such as the TRUST Act, could set a national example.

Please join Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas for a reception, panel discussion about California bills that will advance immigrant rights, and special screening of his deeply personal film, "Documented."

You are invited to:

September 24, 2013

Location: The California Museum - 1020 O St; Sacramento, CA 95814

August 27, 2013

Location: State Capitol, Room 447

Description: Receive a historical narrative and current analysis of comprehensive immigration reform from policy experts, business leaders, and community organizers. There will be a fruitful discussion about what we can expect in California and the next steps to ensure passage of comprehensive immigration reform at the federal level.

RSVP: Armando Chavez at (916) 651-1535 or via email at


August 22, 2013

Location: Tequila Museo Mayahuel (1200 K St, Sacramento, CA 95814)

Host Organizations: Legislative Tri-Caucus (CA Latino Legislative Caucus, CA Legislative Black Caucus, CA Asian and Pacific Islander Legislative Caucus) & The CA Equity Leaders Network

August 21, 2013

Location: State Capitol, Room 447

Host Organizations: California Latinas for Reproductive Justice & San Francisco State University, Health Equity Institute