Otay Detention Center Fails In Every Measure During Pandemic

On March 30, 2020, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) reported its first positive case of a detainee with COVID 19 detainee. Since then, the virus has spread rapidly to close to 1,000 people in detention centers across the country, where they are cramped in notoriously unsanitary conditions. Despite numerous pleas by family members, lawyers and advocates to protect the health and well-being of those under ICE custody, there has been no change, and those detained continue to suffer.

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Completing The 2020 Census Is Now More Important Than Ever

During this pandemic, it’s more important than ever to make sure that all San Diegans are counted accurately for the 2020 Census, so that our communities can receive the representation and resources we need.

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Prioritizing Our Values and Building an Inclusive Economy

In the midst of a pandemic, the city budget process provides an opportunity to prioritize our values, plan for recovery, and invest in an inclusive economy where all San Diegans can thrive. During this time city government has an opportunity to invest in the common good, so that our communities thrive and all San Diegans are better able to achieve their full potential.

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Alliance San Diego Works to Protect Voter Rights During COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond

During this unprecedented global health crisis, the ability for vulnerable voters in marginalized communities to participate in the upcoming November General Election is more important than ever.

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