Pennsylvania Immigration and Citizenship Coalition

Past Events / Events

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.

Know Your Rights for Farmworkers

Aquinas Center (PICC Member) and Philadelphia Legal Assistance

Come and learn about your rights as a farmworker! Questions? Contact Britt Libby: Advocacy@staquinas.com.

 Lower Hall, 1719 Morris St., Philadelphia, PA

Citizenship Classes (free!)

Grupo de Apoyo Hispanoamericano (PICC Member)

Citizenship classes for the immigrant community on the following Tuesdays: April 18th, 25th, and May 2nd. Refreshments will be served.

Questions? Contact 610-258-2917, ext 307

 Easton Area Public Library, 515 Church Street, Easton, PA 18042

Free Legal Clinic and Know Your Rights Session

Make the Road PA and Friends of Farmworkers (PICC Members)

Call 215-733-0878 for more information.

 501 Washington Street, Reading, PA 19601

Know Your Rights and Legal Clinic

MILPA and FOF (PICC Members)

Mas Informacion: Leslie 717-557-6038 Carmen Maria 717-510-5449

 Iglesia de San Francisco de Asis - Soup Kitchen

Berks County Residential Center Vigil

Shut Down Berks Interfaith Witness and Make the Road Pennsylvania (PICC Member)

The mothers and children who continue to be unjustly detained in the Berks County center need our encouragement and our support! Pilgrim’s Mennonite Church will be leading this vigil. Please plan on attending to show your support. RSVP on Facebook.

 1040 Berks Rd, Leesport, Pa 19533-8700, United States

Citizenship Classes (free!)

Centro de Apoyo Hispanoamericano (PICC Member)

Citizenship classes for the immigrant community on the following Tuesdays: April 18th, 25th, and May 2nd. Refreshments will be served.

Questions? Contact 610-258-2917, ext 307

 Easton Area Public Library, 515 Church Street, Easton, PA 18042

In the face of attacks on immigrant and refugee communities at the federal, state, and local levels, communities across PA are creating shared strategies to resist these attacks and advance policies that will protect and support immigrants and refugees. Join these bi-weekly calls to hear about these strategies and how you can get involved. Registration required – sign up today!

 Register Online

Conoce tus Derechos II

Movement of Immigrant Leaders in PA (PICC Member)

Defensa de deportación, conoce tus derechos parte II, asistencia legal, y del Consulado Mexicano de Philadelphia.

Know Your Rights Seminar & Legal Deportatiok Defense Clinic in Easton! Please share with your friends, coworkers and familia. In unity for our families and our rights. Because we do have rights! RSVP on Facebook.

 Easton Area Community Center 901 Washington St, Easton, Pennsylvania 18042

Cena Comunitaria, Taller de Derechos Laborales y Custodia

New Sanctuary Movement of Philadelphia (PICC Member)

Estamos organizando este evento para apoyar a los trabajadores que estan pensando ser parte de la huelga el 1 de Mayo. Debemos estar listos para protegernos los unos a los otros y asi participar en este día histórico. Compartiremos recursos y desarrollaremos tácticas de prevención de despidos para protegernos de represalias en nuestros lugares de trabajo. Traiga a sus compañeros de trabajo, familia, miembros de su parroquia y amistades!

POR FAVOR TRAIGA UN PLATILLO PARA COMPARTIR!

Más información en Facebook.

 Community Center at Visitation, 2646 Kensington Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19125

Esta sesión le enseñara a la comunidad inmigrante sobre sus derechos con la policía y ICE, como preparar un plan de acción con su familia contra la deportación y como unirse a la lucha por los derechos del inmigrante en Pennsylvania. El personal de PICC facilitará esta sesión.

This information session is for the Spanish speaking immigrant community. During this presentation you will learn about your rights with the police and ICE, how to create a deportation defense plan with your family and how to engage in the fight for immigrant rights in Pennsylvania. PICC staff will be facilitating this session.

 1025 S. 9th Street, Philadelphia PA