Pennsylvania Immigration and Citizenship Coalition

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PICC organizes and co-sponsors many events including lobby days, public actions, educational trainings, citizenship days and member meetings. Below are upcoming and recent PICC and PICC member organization events.

Join us for an educational webinar to learn how to dismantle ICE in PA.

During this webinar, we will discuss how passing municipal-level policies limiting collaboration with federal immigration officials can decrease deportation and detention and stop family separation. Participants will also learn about a new toolkit created in partnership with the Sheller Center for Social Justice – “Dismantling ICE in PA” – that outlines how to advocate for better local policies.

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Shut Down Berks Vigil & Honk-in

Shut Down Berks Coalition,Berks Stands Up

Pennsylvania is one of two states in the nation that hosts a prison for immigrant families, known as the Berks County Detention Center, the other being Texas. Families have reported verbal abuse, workers’ rights abuses, medical neglect and in its first year of operation a mother was raped repeatedly. Please join us as we continue to lift our voices for the individuals who continue to be detained in the Berks County Detention Center Event link here
 1040 Berks Rd, Leesport, PA 19533-8700, United States
PICC’s Public Youth Call is every 2nd Saturdays of the month. This call is for youth ages 14-25 in PA interested in leading & engaging with immigrant rights in Pennsylvania. We will cover different topics each week. Topics are selected by our youth membership.
Please Note: These Month’s Calls will now be held on the Second Saturdays of the Month!
Join  us on March the 13th from 4:00- 5:00 PM 
Register by Clicking HERE! 
Feel free to e-mail Yeny Romero at to for more information about becoming a Member.

We use zoom for our video calls. We suggest that you use your computer so you can see and be seen by participants. The goal is to keep people connected and informed throughout the state. If you don’t have a computer or a video camera  you can use your phone and join like a regular call.