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Economic Justice


California has the fifth-largest economy in the world but also has the fourth-highest level of income inequality in the nation. Our state needs to do more to ensure that all Californians, including immigrants, are able to live with dignity and thrive. This means all of us, no matter what we look like or what our immigration status is, should have the ability to provide for ourselves and our families, work in a fair and safe workplace, participate in our communities, and have opportunities for economic advancement. Over the next several years, CIPC’s innovative policy strategy and organizing power aim to advance inclusive policies that:

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Protecting Workers Rights

Supporting local campaigns and workers, as well as advancing policies that protect immigrant workers.

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Increasing Access to Skills and Training

Building equity and increasing access to education and meaningful careers for California's workforce.

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Building Equity Into Our Current and Future Economy

Ensuring the changing nature of work in the 21st century creates opportunity for all.

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For more information, please contact:

Sasha Feldstein
Policy Analyst