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2 Dear Asamblea Participants, RESPONSIBILITIES FOR DELEGATES: Our national Asamblea constitutes for us the most important leadership development and decision making event for NDLON. We hope it will be very useful for participants and for member organizations. In order for it to be beneficial to you, we respectfully ask you take these responsibilities into consideration as participants and delegations: Understand the objectives of the National Assembly Read the program in detail Be punctual to every work session Avoid side conversations and socializing during work sessions Designate a person that is responsible for your delegation Remain in close contact with your delegation, especially during decision making processes. Each delegation has a right to one vote. Respect the speakers and presenters Collaborate to ensure each day begins and finishes on time Turn off cellphones & don t surf the internet unless absolutely necessary Participate in all work sessions and workshops to get the most out of the convening Respect and keep the facilities clean Participate as a volunteer in the different activities, if requested Don t stay up too late. If you decide to go out, do it in moderation so that you are fully awake and ready to participate in all Asamblea activities Be open to learning, teaching, getting to know and sharing with others Reproduce and disseminate agreements, your experiences, and, above all, get involved in the implementation of the programmatic work Have fun and participate in all of the cultural events There is a free night, please enjoy! Thanks you for your understanding. NATIONAL ASSEMBLY OBJECTIVES: 1. Send a clear message that will be heard in all the halls of power: Not one more deportation, not one more labor abuse, ICE out of LA, DACA for all. 2. Strengthen organizations and the leadership of the day laborer community, and their role and place in the struggle for labor rights and immigrant rights. 3. Build a shared analysis of the current moment to understand the intersections between immigration policy, the economy, civil rights, race relations, gender and sexual orientation, the criminal justice system and the modern labor practices. 4. Strengthen our internal governing system and define NDLON s programmatic priorities for the next 2 years. 5. Encourage alliances with sister organizations, the labor movement, academic institutions, the faith community and civil rights organizations. 6. Promote art and culture as tools to educate, organize, encourage unity and solidarity, and for social transformation. Nuestra Lucha, Nuestra Voz: Nothing About Us, Without Us

3 WELCOME TO THE 7 TH ASAMBLEA NACIONAL OF THE NATIONAL DAY LABORER ORGANIZING NETWORK When we last came together, the Supreme Court affirmed day laborers right to look for work in public in a court fight that started 18 years ago in Southern California, before our network was even formed. This time, we await a decision from the President, who is on the verge of making an announcement that will either include or exclude workers from the expansion of relief. Such decision comes in response to the unprecedented pressure campaigns have focused toward the White House in the past year. We did not wait the 18 years for the Supreme Court to make a decision before we returned to the corners for work or to fight another city trying to disappear us. And we have not waited for the President to pick up his pen to demand the right for people to stay in the communities we all have built and the places we call home. We are not spectators in the world but active craftsmen of reality. Our struggles and our efforts help define the world we live in while shaping the conditions we confront. For more than a decade, Washington, D.C., has talked about a path to citizenship at the same time it has erected the checkpoints of enforcement and the razor wire of compromise on any way forward. But the path to citizenship isn t the result of a bill in Congress that has yet to pass. It is a road we walk every day. Because the bedrock of citizenship is active participation in the democratic process. Some of us desire actual citizenship that comes with the right to vote in this country and others want to be able to work in peace and visit our families back home without restriction. But to win either requires that we be active, that we accept the responsibility to be our own agents of change and demand the right to represent ourselves in the process. This asamblea is different because the times require us to be different. We have survived the recession but the economy is not the same. We have strong worker centers but our cities are changing. We have responded to the storms in New York and New Orleans and know there are more disasters ahead. Now more than ever it is important that we take charge of our lives and our movements. There is a saying that if you are not at the table, you re on the menu. During this assembly we will work together to ensure our place in history, to develop and better ourselves as leaders in an evolving movement. To accept the responsibility to inform ourselves about what is happening in the world and the right to be part of the decisions that shape our lives. - Pablo Alvarado, Director of NDLON 1

4 WEEK AT A GLANCE August 24-28, 2014 SUNDAY **Unless noted, all activities will be taking place in Carnesale Commons, Palisades Room, 3rd Floor 2:00pm Check-In to Dormitories (Sunset Village Covel Commons Lobby) 2:00-5:45pm Registration, Delegate Check-In and Collection of Banners for Exposition (Carnesale Commons Palisades Foyer) 5:45-7:00pm DINNER and Women s Caucus Representative Vote (UCLA Dining Hall - Covel) 7:00-7:30pm Welcome and Presentation of Delegates: Christy Lubin, Graton Day Labor Center, & Omar Henriquez, NDLON 7:30-8:30pm NDLON Board of Directors Meetings (Carnesale Commons, Hermosa A) 7:30-8:30pm Facilitators Meeting (Carnesale Commons, Hermosa B) 8:00-10:00pm Movie Presentation: Sleep Dealer by Alex Rivera MONDAY 7:00-8:00am 7:00-8:30am 8:45-9:00am 9:00-9:15am 9:15-9:20am 9:20-9:50am 9:50-9:55am 9:55-10:00am 10:00-10:10am 10:15-10:35am 10:40-11:00am 11:05-11:20am 11:25-12:15pm 12:15-1:15pm 1:20-1:45pm 1:50-2:30pm 2:30-3:15pm 3:15-3:45pm 3:45-4:30pm 4:30-6:00pm Workshop Block I 6:00-7:00pm 7:00-11:00pm BREAKFAST (UCLA Dining Halls - Covel) Registration, Collection of Banners for Exposition (Carnesale Commons Palisades Foyer) Official Welcome to Asamblea: Pablo Alvarado, NDLON, & Saul Lina, Day Laborer from CARECEN-LA Opening Blessing and Indigenous Ceremony : Bishop Minerva Carcaño & Salvador Reza, Tonatierra Moment of Silence for workers who died on the job, crossing the border and who ve been deported due to anti-immigrant laws: Raul Alcaraz, Southside Day Labor Center, & Daniel Silva, Casa Latina Welcome and Presentation of Delegates and Invitees: Eleazar Castellano, Tucson, AZ, & Antonia Lozano-Olvera, GLAHR Presentation of the Objectives of the Asamblea: Zoe Colon, Hispanic Resource Center Presentation of Program: Maria Marroquin, Day Worker Center of Mountain View Overview of Asamblea Rules and Logistics: Lorena Gamboa, NDLON KEYNOTE SPEECH I: Thomas Saenz, MALDEF KEYNOTE SPEECH II: Secretary Hilda Solis Report from Board of Directors, Recognition of Outgoing Board Members, Ratification and Swearing-in of New Board of Directors: Christy Lubin, Centro Laboral de Graton; Edgar Aranda, Legal Aid Justice Center; & Zoe Colon, Hispanic Resource Center Report of NDLON s Previous 2 Years of Work: Pablo Alvarado, NDLON LUNCH (UCLA Dining Halls - Covel) KEYNOTE SPEECH III: Jose Antonio Vargas, Define American Presentation of Bi-Annual Strategic Plan: Marisa Franco & Nadia Marin-Molina, NDLON Small Group Discussions on Bi-Annual Strategic Plan The Future of Work in the United States: Recent Changes in the Economy and the Impacts on Day Laborers: Alex Rivera Redefining the Mission of Worker Centers based on NDLON Resolutions: Jorge Torres, Centro del Inmigrante, & Suzanne Foster, Pomona Economic Opportunity Center Learning from Practice, Workforce Development, Worker Centers & Not1More Deportation Campaign 1.Organizing Practices and Public Policies Against Wage Theft Carnesale Commons, Venice B 2. Day Laborers at a Global Level: Building Alliances Across Borders Carnesale Commons, Hermosa B 3. We re Neighbors (Language Exchange) Sproul SLC, Landing 7 4. The United Workers Congress and the Attack from the Right Wing Sproul SLC, Landing 4 5. How Can We Use Social Media to Promote Worker Centers? Carnesale Commons, Palisades D 6. Defending Your Community Against Deportations, ICE Holds and Detention, Case-by-Case Carnesale Commons, Palisades E DINNER (UCLA Dining Halls - Covel) NOCHE CULTURAL: Performance by Ozomatli, Recognitions and Open-Mic Talent Night 7. At the President s Door Step: The Story of the #Not1More Deportation Campaign Carnesale Commons, Palisades ABCF 8. Local Organizing Committees as an integral part of the struggle for immigrant rights Sproul SLC, Landing 5 9. Breaking ICE s Hold: Scomm and Detainers Sproul SLC, Landing Workforce Skills Development in the Day Labor Community Carnesale Commons, Hermosa A 11.OSHA 10: Introduction to OSHA & Health Hazards* Carnesale Commons, Venice A *Special hours: 3:00pm-6:30pm 2 Nuestra Lucha, Nuestra Voz: Nothing About Us, Without Us

5 WEEK AT A GLANCE August 24-28, :00-8:30am 8:45-9:00am 9:00-9:15am 9:15-9:30am 9:30-9:45am 10:00-1:00pm 1:00-2:00pm 2:00-2:30pm BREAKFAST (UCLA Dining Halls - Covel) ICE Breaker & Overview of Previous Day s Activities: Fernando Lopez, Congreso de Jornaleros, & Miguel Bernal, We Count! Keynote Speech I: Erika Andiola, DRM Action Coalition **Unless noted, all activities will be taking place in Carnesale Commons, Palisades Room, 3rd Floor Keynote Speech II: Liduvina del Carmen Magarín de Esperanza, Viceministra para los Salvadoreños en el Exterior/Vice Minister of Foreign Relations of El Salvador Keynote Speech III: Pablo Garcia Saenz, Guatemalan Consul in Los Angeles THE STATE OF THE IMMIGRATION DEBATE: 1. Unaccompanied Child Crisis: Elizabeth Kennedy and Dr. Jaime Rivas, UCA El Salvador 2. How We Arrived at Present Situation: Pablo Alvarado, NDLON 3. Perspectives and Scenarios for Administrative Relief: Chris Newman, NDLON 4. How We Can Impact these Scenarios: Marisa Franco & Tania Unzueta, NDLON 5. Implementing a Plan of Action: Carlos Garcia, PUENTE 6. How to Deal with those Excluded from Administrative Relief: Tania Unzueta, NDLON LUNCH (UCLA Dining Halls - Covel) KEYNOTE SPEECH: Intersection Between Workers Rights and Migrant Rights by Raymond Pocino, Laborers International Union of North America Week at a Glance TUESDAY 2:30-4:00pm Simultaneous Plenaries I. Membership Models and Organizing Processes and their Contributions to the Labor and Migrant Rights Movement: Marco Nuñez, Centro Humanitario; Hilary Stern, Casa Latina; Fernando Lopez, Congreso de Jornaleros New Orleans; Jorge Torres, El Centro del Inmigrante; Carlos Garcia, PUENTE; & Adelina Nicholls, GLAHR (Palisades E) II. The Future of Worker Centers and the Labor Movement: Hector Cordero, Baruch College - City University of New York; Saket Soni, New Orleans Workers Center for Racial Justice; Courtney Koger, Workers Defense Project; Lucas Benitez, Coalition of Immokalee Workers (Palisades ABCF) 4:15-6:30pm Workshop Block II Learning from Practice, Workforce Development, Worker Centers & Not1More Deportation Campaign 1. Successful Experiences with Cooperatives and Immigrant Workers Carnesale Commons, Hermosa B 2. Health & Safety in Organizing Carnesale Commons, Venice B 3. Participatory Tools & Techniques Sproul SLC, Landing 5 4. Creating Our Own Art of of Resistance Sproul SLC, Landing 7 5. How to Create Safe & Inclusive Spaces Sproul SLC, Landing 6 6. Labor Rights Violations, the POWER Act & U-Visas Sproul SLC, Landing 4 7. We are Criminals: The Criminalization of Day Laborers and Immigrant Communities Carnesale Commons, Palisades ABCF 8. Nothing About Us Without Us: The #Not1More Deportation Blue Ribbon Commission Carnesale Commons, Palisades D 9. Alliances beyond our Centers & Corners Carnesale Commons, Palisades E 10. Made in LA Organizing Toolkit Carnesale Commons, Hermosa A 11. OSHA 10: The 4 Dangers in Construction* Carnesale Commons, Venice A *Special hours: 3:00pm-6:30pm 6:30-8:00pm 8:00pm DINNER (UCLA Dining Halls - Covel) Open Night on Your Own National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON) 3

6 WEEK AT A GLANCE August 24-28, 2014 Week at a Glance WEDNESDAY 7:00-8:30am 8:45-9:00am BREAKFAST (UCLA Dining Halls - Covel) ICE Breaker & Overview of Previous Day s Activities: Daisey Miranda & Andreyna Baldenegro, CARECEN-LA 9:00-9:10am KEYNOTE SPEECH I: Sergio Rascon, LIUNA Local 300 9:10-9:30am 9:45-11:45pm Workshop Block KEYNOTE SPEECH II: Maria Elena Durazo, LA County AFL-CIO Building Relationships & Popular Workshops 1. Popular Education: History & Methodology Carnesale Commons, Venice B 2. Learning About Our Community & Eliminating Homophobia in Worker Centers & Corners Sproul SLC, Landing 4 3. Round Table: African-American Relationships - New Black Worker Center Puzzle Carnesale Commons, Hermosa A 4. Indigenous Vision of the World Carnesale Commons, Hermosa B **Unless noted, all activities will be taking place in Carnesale Commons, Palisades Room, 3rd Floor 5. Working with Labor Unions in Your Region: Implementing NDLON s Agreement with the AFL-CIO Carnesale Commons, Palisades D 6. Quiero Que Mi Voz Se Escuche Collective Songwriting Workshop Sproul SLC, Landing 5 7. Somos El Sur: The Experience of Organizing in the Southeast Sproul SLC, Landing 6 8. How to Promote Day Labor Centers & Organize Corners with Potential Employers: Marketing and Brand Strategy for Day Labor Centers & Organized Corners Sproul SLC, Landing 7 9. Local Campaigns on ICE Officers & Field Directors Carnesale Commons, Palisades ABCF 10. We Will Not Comply: Civil Disobedience to Demand Inclusion Carnesale Commons, Palisades E 11. OSHA 10: Continuation of the 4 Dangers in Contruction Workshop & Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)* Carnesale Commons, Venice A *Special hours: 8:30am-12:00pm THURSDAY 12:00-1:00pm 1:00-2:00pm 2:00pm 3:00-6:00pm 6:00-7:00pm 7:30-11:00pm 7:00-9:00am 8:00-10:00am 9:00-9:15am 9:15-11:15am 11:30-12:00pm 12:00-1:00pm Information & Materials Fair LUNCH (UCLA Dining Halls - Covel) Departure of Buses to Mobilization (Carnesale Street Level) March & Townhall: Worker Protections in Administrative Relief (Placita Olvera) Departure of Buses to Concert (Eat Dinner on Buses) CONCERT: Celebrating Day Laborers with Quetzal, Cambalache, Los Jornaleros del Norte & Ceci Bastida plus special guests TBA (Candela Taco Bar and Lounge, 831 South La Brea Ave, Los Angeles, 90036) BREAKFAST (UCLA Dining Halls - Covel) Press Conference in Support of Day Labor Centers (simultaneous to program) ICE Breaker & Overview of Previous Day s Activities: Roberto Corona, Pueblo Sin Fronteras, & Alejandro Serrano, Union Latina de Chicago WORKGROUPS: 1. Not1More Deportation Campaign 2. Labor Related: Skills, Wage Theft and Health & Safety 3. Worker Centers (Operations): Machete Tracking System & Marketing Evaluation, Closing and Farewell to Asamblea Delegates: Pablo Alvarado, NDLON LUNCH (UCLA Dining Halls - Covel) 4 Nuestra Lucha, Nuestra Voz: Nothing About Us, Without Us

7 MONDAY Workshops 4:30-6:00PM Learning from Practice, Workforce Development, Worker Centers & Not1More Deportation Campaign 1. Organizing Practices and Public Policies Against Wage Theft Wage theft is a problem that affects day laborers all over the country. In this workshop we will analyze different strategies to address the problem of wage theft, including legislation and organizing. Facilitators will provide updated information about successful organizing campaigns and challenges faced in California, New York, and other areas. Lilia Garcia, Maintenance Cooperation Trust Fund Carnesale Commons, Venice B Spanish 2. Day Laborers at a Global Level: Building Alliances Across Borders This workshop will focus on the building of relationships at the international level in order to learn and share organizing experiences. The facilitators will present a report from their visit to El Salvador and Guatemala where they met with unions that organize informal workers in the construction industry. They will also provide information about a study they carried out of organizations of immigrants and day laborers in Mexico and Central and South America. Hugo Sarmiento, UCLA & Gonzalo Cruz, Don Bosco Workers Carnesale Commons, Hermosa B Spanish Workshop Descriptions 3. We re Neighbors (Language Exchange) Somos Vecinos (We are Neighbors) is a language exchange program between English speakers and Spanish speakers. Through this program we connect with our community to learn and teach, in addition to recruiting allies for our campaigns. CASA Latina will provide the curriculum so that participants can start developing their own language exchange program similar to Somos Vecinos at their centers and communities, or adopt a similar program that meets their needs. Emily Gaggia, Casa Latina Sproul SLC, Landing 7 English/Spanish 4. The United Workers Congress and the Attack from the Right Wing Worker centers have played a pioneering role in the growing movement for higher wages. Their increasing political success has drawn the attention of corporations whose brands have been tarnished and who are threatened by the prospect of having to pay their workers higher wages. This workshop will give an overview of the worker center movement to fight for a fair economy and shed light on corporations using a smokescreen to hide their identity. Attendees will get a copy of the recently released United Workers Congress Briefing Paper, and will participate in a conversation about what current and/or future series of actions exist to support low-wage workers and the fight against these worker center attacks. Felicia Perez, United Workers Congress Sproul SLC, Landing 4 English/Spanish National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON) 5

8 MONDAY Workshops continued Learning from Practice, Workforce Development, Worker Centers & Not1More Deportation Campaign Workshop Descriptions 5. How to Use Social Media to Promote Day Laborer Centers This workshop will be an introduction to different social media tools to promote & market day labor centers. We will provide tips on best practices, messaging and tips on how to use technology to maximize publicity and attract more employers to centers. Workshop will be a hands-on experience, making sure all participants leave workshop with social media accounts and opportunities to create and publish while in the workshop. Recommended for participants to bring their laptops & smartphones for use and demonstration during workshop. B. Loewe & Marco Loera, NDLON Carnesale Commons, Palisades D Spanish 6. Defending Your Community Against Deportations, ICE Holds and Detention, Case-by-Case This workshop will look at how community organizing can build community power, break ICE s hold and prevent deportations of our community members. Undocumented Illinois, Puente AZ and Congreso de Jornaleros Carnesale Commons, Palisades E Spanish 7. At the President s Door Step: The Story of the #Not1More Deportation Campaign Over the last year, the immigration debate has been reshaped with the voices of those directly affected and the crisis of deportations rising to the forefront. This workshop will look at the theory and practice behind the campaign, break down the strategy and tactics that have led to grassroots pressure that has reached the White House. Marisa Franco, NDLON & Participants of #Not1More campaign Carnesale Commons, Palisades English ABCF 8. Local Organizing Committees as an integral part of the struggle for immigrant rights After the passage of HB 87 in Georgia in 2011, rural and small communities across the state of Georgia began to form organizing committees. These committees were formed to provide information and protection of families facing a new anti-immigrant law. Years later the committees continue, serving as a strong force to not only defend but transform the conditions people face in Georgia and beyond. Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights, Comites Populares de Georgia Sproul SLC, Landing 5 Spanish 6 Nuestra Lucha, Nuestra Voz: Nothing About Us, Without Us

9 MONDAY Workshops continued Learning from Practice, Workforce Development, Worker Centers & Not1More Deportation Campaign 9. Breaking ICE s Hold: Scomm and Detainers Today, over 160 localities across the country have enacted policies to end or substantially limit local cooperation with the failed Secure Communities program (S-Comm). S-Comm uses local law enforcement to extend a deportation dragnet that encourages racial profiling and warrantless detentions, and has contributed to record deportations. This workshop will discuss how we can work together to stop S-Comm through city, county or even state-wide campaigns to win TRUST Act policies that break ICE s immigrant holds & restore trust in immigrant communities. Salvador Sarmiento, NDLON Sproul SLC, Landing 6 Spanish 10. Workforce Skills Development in the Day Labor Community A workforce development program is crucial for day laborers to be able to obtain better jobs and for organizations to strengthen their training systems. This workshop will provide information about different models for workforce development trainings in New York and California, and discuss how to create new training programs in constuction, carpentry and other areas. Workshop Descriptions Zoe Colon, HIspanic Resource Center Carnesale Commons, Hermosa A Spanish Victor Narro, UCLA Labor Center 11. OSHA 10: Introduction to OSHA & Health Hazards* This training provides workers with the tools needed to identify the dangers to which they are exposed in the construction industry and to seek to improve conditions on the job by exercising their right to have a safe and healthy workplace. In addition to learning their OSHA rights, participants will learn how to file an OSHA complaint when necessary. This training wil be facilitated by authorized trainers, and all participants who complete the 10 hours of training will receive a certificate and OSHA 10 card. *Schedule for OSHA 10 Training: OSHA 10 training will take place during workshops blocks, but will start earlier in order to complete the 10 hour requirement: Monday, August 25: Tuesday, August 26: Wednesday, August 27: 3:00 PM - 6:30PM 3:00 PM - 6:30PM 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM Carlos Canales, Wind of the Spirit Carnesale Commons, Venice A Spanish Diana Mejia, Wind of the Spirit National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON) 7

10 TUESDAY Workshops 4:15-6:30PM Learning from Practice, Workforce Development, Worker Centers & Not1More Deportation Campaign 1. Successful Experiences with Cooperatives and Immigrant Workers In this workshop, participants will learn about cooperativism, the formation of new cooperatives, the financing of coops and their sustainability over the long term. They will also be provided with models of successful coops and analysis of the most common obstacles faced by creators of cooperatives. Workshop Descriptions Minsun Ji Carnesale Commons, Hermosa B Spanish 2. Health & Safety in Organizing How can we utilize our work in Health and Safety as a space to better organize ourselves? Participants will give concrete examples of how this area of work has been effectively applied to establish workers committees and to promote and protect day-laborers in the workplace. We will also discuss the use of legislative campaigns to strengthen workers rights. Jorge Martinez, El Centro Carnesale Commons, Venice B Spanish Jessica Martinez, National COSH 3. Participatory Tools & Techniques This workshop will address the use of game techniques and participatory activities as strategies and as integral parts within the process of the development of collective and critical knowledge for the liberation of the people. Francisco Pacheco, NDLON Sproul SLC, Landing 5 Spanish 4. Creating Our Own Art of of Resistance In this workshop we will learn from practice how to make colorful banners and posters using content from the day laborer struggle. Sandra Castro, PUENTE Sproul SLC, Landing 7 Spanish Amilcar Valencia,GLAHR 8 Nuestra Lucha, Nuestra Voz: Nothing About Us, Without Us

11 TUESDAY Workshops continued Learning from Practice, Workforce Development, Worker Centers & Not1More Deportation Campaign 5. How to Create Safe & Inclusive Spaces This workshop teaches the basic elements to promote gender equality in our centers and in our day laborer struggle. It gives us a basic guide to build a safe environment to work and organize regardless of gender, religion, race, skin color or sexual orientation. The content of this workshop offers the tools to lay the foundation to eradicate sexual harassment from our centers and in all our organizing spaces. The workshop also presents concrete recommendations that will help guarantee the growth and development of all people by promoting their leadership. Raul Alcaraz, Southside Day Laborer Center Sproul SLC, Landing 6 Spanish Lis-Marie Alvarado, We Count 6. Labor Rights Violations, the POWER Act & U-Visas This interactive workshop will provide an introduction to the U Visa (also known as the crime victim visa) and the Power Act. We will discuss what the U Visa is, what types of common labor rights violations make a person eligible to apply for it, and how it can be used as a tool in organizing campaigns. We ll also talk about what the Power Act would do to expand U Visa eligibility to more workers and how the Power campaign seeks to expand eligibilty for U Visas and promote other strategies to prevent immigration issues from interfering with workers organizing for their rights. Workshop Descriptions Jessica Karp & Nadia Marin-Molina, NDLON Sproul SLC, Landing 4 Spanish Nelson Motto, National Guestworker Alliance 7. We re Criminals: The Criminalization of Day Laborers and Immigrant Communities As criminal records are more and more the line that bars people from our community from inclusion in society, it is no different within the immigraiton system. In a racially biased criminal justice and policing system, it has become necessary to develop new strategies and messaging to defend against deportations of people with records. This workshop will look at expereriences and examples of community organizing to prevent the deportation of community members with criminal records. Puente Movement Juntos Tania Unzueta (NDLON) Carnesale Commons, Palisades ABCF Spanish 8. Nothing About Us Without Us: The #Not1More Deportation Blue Ribbon Commission Earlier this year a group of current and formerly undocumented people came together to produce a series of recommendations to the Obama Administration. In their ground breaking report they not only provided concrete policy recommendations, they furthered the argument that directly affected people need to have a seat at the table and are fully capable of being more than story tellers and mobilizers. Angelica Chazaro and Blue Ribbon Commission Members Carnesale Commons, Palisades D English National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON) 9

12 TUESDAY Workshops continued Learning from Practice, Workforce Development, Worker Centers & Not1More Deportation Campaign 9. Alliances & Fronts: Why Organize Beyond Corners This workshop will provide reflection and analysis on some of the alliances built with organizations across geography, sector and constituency. What have been the practices and values that have guided alliance building in the Not1More deportation campaign? What lessons can we draw from this and apply to other areas of work? Campaign partners and organizers will speak to the significance of building across geography, sector and issue areas. Workshop Descriptions B Loewe, NDLON Carnesale Commons, Palisades E English 10. Made in LA Organizing Toolkit Made in L.A. Organizing Toolkit is an interactive, introduction to worker center trainings using the award-winning film Made in L.A. Activities will focus on drawing from knowledge of participants in the room and will provide guided, group practice of educational modules designed specifically for worker center leaders. Toolkits will be provided free of charge (!) to each participant/worker center upon completion of the workshop. Veronica Wilson, UCLA Labor Center Carnesale Commons, Hermosa A English 11. OSHA 10: The 4 Dangers in Construction* This training provides workers with the tools needed to identify the dangers to which they are exposed in the construction industry and to seek to improve conditions on the job by exercising their right to have a safe and healthy workplace. In addition to learning their OSHA rights, participants will learn how to file an OSHA complaint when necessary. This training wil be facilitated by authorized trainers, and all participants who complete the 10 hours of training will receive a certificate and OSHA 10 card. *Schedule for OSHA 10 Training: OSHA 10 training will take place during workshops blocks, but will start earlier in order to complete the 10 hour requirement: Monday, August 25: Tuesday, August 26: Wednesday, August 27: 3:00 PM - 6:30PM 3:00 PM - 6:30PM 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM Omar Henriquez, NDLON Carnesale Commons, Venice A English Diana Mejia, Wind of the Spirit 10 Nuestra Lucha, Nuestra Voz: Nothing About Us, Without Us

13 WEDNESDAY Workshops 9:45-11:45AM Building Relationships & Popular Workshops 1. Popular Education: History & Methodology This workshop will address the origin and context in which Popular education was developed in Latin America and how it was applied to organize the people. Additionally, we will share how the process of educating and organizing in Popular education are two dimensions of a same strategy. Mario Lopez Carnesale Commons, Venice B Spanish 2. Learning About Our Community & Eliminating Homophobia in Worker Centers & Corners This workshop teaches the basic elements to promote gender equality in our centers and in our day laborer struggle. It gives us a basic guide to build a safe environment to work and organize regardless of gender, religion, race, skin color or sexual orientation. The content of this workshop offers the tools to lay the foundation to eradicate sexual harassment from our centers and in all our organizing spaces. The workshop also presents concrete recommendations that will help guarantee the growth and development of all people by promoting their leadership. Raul Alcaraz, Southside Day Laborer Center Sproul SLC, Landing 4 Spanish Workshop Descriptions 3. Round Table: African-American Relationships - New Black Worker Center Puzzle This roundtable will look at the history of Black workers in the US as day laborers. It will also focus on the insitutional racism and marginalizaton of Black and Brown workers that strategically pit them against one another and come up with strategies where Black and Brown workers can deconstruct their negative perceptions of each other while building more posivite bridges between these communtiies of workers. Dr. Gaye Johnson, UCSB Black Studies Carnesale Commons, Hermosa A English Rhea Lambey, Student 4. Indigenous Vision of the World This workshop will give an overview of different organizing and community building methods used in some indigenous communities, the Zapatistas speciafically. We will be looking at ways to integrate some of this methodology and practice into our worker centers. Dr. Roberto Flores, Cal State LA Carnesale Commons, Hermosa B English/Spanish Salvador Reza, Tonatierra National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON) 11

14 WEDNESDAY Workshops continued Building Relationships & Popular Workshops 5. Working with Labor Unions in Your Region: Implementing NDLON s Agreement with the AFL-CIO Day labor organizations have formed successful alliances with unions in various parts of the country. We will provide an introduction to how labor unions work, as well as more detailed information about NDLON s agreement with the AFL-CIO, how it can be implemented locally, with specific examples of local alliances. Neidi Dominguez, AFL-CIO Carnesale Commons, Palisades D Spanish Workshop Descriptions 6. Quiero Que Mi Voz Se Escuche Collective Songwriting Workshop We will engage the participants in creating verses, poetry and song through a collective song writing process. Through this participatory writing process we will be sharing stories and hopefully taking the participants through a process of healing. Xochi Flores, NDLON Sproul SLC, Landing 5 Spanish Cesar Castro, Son Jarocho Teacher/Master Musician 7. Somos el Sur: The experience of organizing in the Southeast Representatives of NDLON member organizations and comités populares will share their experiences of organizing in the Southeast home to the struggles of the civil rights era and the recent battles against harsh state anti-immigrant laws. We will discuss the particular challenges we face in our work in the region, and brainstorm ideas for regional campaigns and actions. Miguel Carpizo, Alabama Worker Center Sproul SLC, Landing 6 Spanish 8. How to Promote Day Labor Centers & Organize Corners with Potential Employers: Marketing and Brand Strategy for Day Labor Centers & Organized Corners This workshop teaches how to promote a day labor center to increment the number of jobs. You will also learn effective ways to communicate with potential employers using our key messages. As part of this workshop you will also learnabout 6 strategies to attract employers. These are strategies that are feasible and have proved to be effective. Visual identity (A brand strategy) plays a key role in your outreach efforts to increment the number of jobs that come to your center. This workshop will give you concrete recommendations on how to improve the visual identity of your center and how to create effective marketing material implementing an effective brand strategy. Omar Leon, NDLON Sproul SLC, Landing 7 Spanish 12 Nuestra Lucha, Nuestra Voz: Nothing About Us, Without Us

15 WEDNESDAY Workshops continued Building Relationships & Popular Workshops 9. Local campaigns against ICE Offices & in Connection to their Directors In addition to the national demand for the President to stop deportations local organizations have waged campaigns to shift the balance of power with ICE at the local level. This workshop will feature the campaign against CARI (Criminal Alien Removal Initiative), the Work is not a Crime campaign and an emerging campaign to fire a local ICE field director. Congress of Day Laborers, Undocumented Illinois, Puente AZ Carnesale Commons, Palisades ABCF English/Spanish 10. We Disobey to Demand Inclusion: Civil Disobedience With the debate on immigration reform largely dominated by DC Beltway advocacy groups, undocumented people have had to take dramatic measures to insert ourselves into the debate. The act of non-violent civil disobedience has been a powerful tool for transforming the debate and participants. We will also talk about the recent actions declaring that I Am My Own Best Advocate. This workshop will feature community leaders who have participated in these types of actions, reflecting and providing concrete information on how it was done. Workshop Descriptions Rosi Carrasco, Chicago Community and Workers Rights Eleazar Castellanos, Southside Worker Center Carnesale Commons, Palisades E Spanish 11. OSHA 10: Continuation of the 4 Dangers in Contruction Workshop & Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)* This training provides workers with the tools needed to identify the dangers to which they are exposed in the construction industry and to seek to improve conditions on the job by exercising their right to have a safe and healthy workplace. In addition to learning their OSHA rights, participants will learn how to file an OSHA complaint when necessary. This training wil be facilitated by authorized trainers, and all participants who complete the 10 hours of training will receive a certificate and OSHA 10 card. *Schedule for OSHA 10 Training: OSHA 10 training will take place during workshops blocks, but will start earlier in order to complete the 10 hour requirement: Monday, August 25: Tuesday, August 26: Wednesday, August 27: 3:00 PM - 6:30PM 3:00 PM - 6:30PM 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM Omar Henriquez, NDLON Diana Mejia, Wind of the Spirit Carnesale Commons, Venice A Spanish National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON) 13

16 WEDNESDAY Public Action 3:00-6:00PM March and TownHall: Worker Protections in Administrative Relief SCHEDULE: 3:00pm: Gathering at Plaza Olvera 3:30pm: March begins to Detention Center 3:45pm: Press Conference and Rally at Detention Center 4:00pm: March back to Placita Olvera 4:30pm: Town Hall at Placita Olvera Workshop Descriptions NDLON and the national day laborer community is teaming up with the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor and allies to demand that President Obama include worker protections as part of the administrative relief order soon to be announced. It is time for President Obama to reverse the damage done by his deportation policy. We demand an end to the Secure Communities program, a stop to deportations, and the expansion of relief to the fullest extent possible under the law. COORDINATORS: Claudia Bautista & Veronica Federovsky, NDLON LOCATION: Placita Olvera 535 N. Main Street Los Angeles, CA Nuestra Lucha, Nuestra Voz: Nothing About Us, Without Us

17 KEYNOTE SPEAKER BIOS Erika Andiola DRM Action Coalition Erika is originally from Durango, Mexico but immigrated to Mesa, Arizona when she was 11 years old together with her family. Erika is one of the co-founders of DRM Capitol Group and the Arizona Dream Act Coalition (ADAC). As President and lead organizer of the coalition, she helped mobilize hundreds of students to fight for the passage of the DREAM Act legislation. Andiola graduated from Arizona State University with a B.A. degree in Psychology in 2009 and used her advocacy to stop her own mother s deportation. Maria Elena Durazo Executive Secretary-Treasurer of the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor (AFL-CIO) Maria Elena is the first Latina to hold such an important position among all the unions of the nation. The daughter of Mexican immigrant farm workers, Maria Elena learned what it means to work under bad conditions and without benefits. Her parents would migrate from Oregon to California with Maria Elena and her nine siblings to work in the fields in search of everyday sustenance. Liduvina Magarin Vice Minister for Salvadorans Abroad She is a lawyer of the Republic, a Masters in Local Development from the Universidad Centroamericana Jose Simeon Cañas During the administration of President Mauricio Funes, she served in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as an advisor to the Minister s Office Legal and Administrative Affairs, Director General of Human Resources, Executive Director of the Mesoamerica Project and Director General of the Foreign Service. Raymond Pocino Vice-President of Laborers International Union of North America (LIUNA) A member of LIUNA for more than 50 years, as the LIUNA Vice President and Eastern Regional Manager, Mr. Pocino directs and oversees activities that affect the working lives of some 40,000 laborers in the New Jersey, Delaware, New York City and Long Island geographical area. As a LIUNA Vice President, Mr. Pocino serves as a trustee of the Laborers-Employers Cooperation and Education Trust, and the Laborers Health and Safety Trust. Sergio Rascon Laborers International Union of North America (LIUNA) Sergio Rascón, Business Manager of Local 300 in Los Angeles, was elected Vice President of LIUNA. Rascón became an agent of Local 300 in In 1989, he was elected to the Executive Board and has served as the Assistant Business Manager and President. He has become involved in more political races than in any time in its prior history, supporting progressive political campaigns and actions in its members interest. Speaker Bios Tom Saenz President and General Counsel, Mexican-American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF) Thomas A. Saenz is the President and General Counsel of MALDEF, where he leads the civil rights organization s five offices in pursuing litigation, policy advocacy, and community education to promote the civil rights of Latinos living in the United States. He previously spent 12 years at MALDEF practicing civil rights law as a staff attorney, regional counsel, and vice president of litigation. He served as MALDEF s lead counsel in successfully challenging California s anti-immigrant Prop Saenz graduated from Yale College and Yale Law School, and he clerked for two federal judges before initially joining MALDEF in Secretary Hilda Solis Former United States Secretary of Labor Secretary Hilda L. Solis was confirmed as Secretary of Labor on February 24, 2009, becoming the first Latina to serve in the United States Cabinet. Prior to confirmation as Secretary of Labor, Secretary Solis represented the 32nd Congressional District in California, a position she held from 2001 to In the Congress, Solis priorities included expanding access to affordable health care, protecting the environment, and improving the lives of working families. Jose Antonio Vargas Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, filmmaker, and the founder of Define American In June 2011, the New York Times Magazine published a groundbreaking essay Jorge Antonio wrote in which he revealed and chronicled his life in America as an undocumented immigrant, stunning media and political circles and attracting international coverage. Since then, he has testified at a United States Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on immigration reform, and written and directed Documented, a documentary film on his undocumented experience. National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON) 15

18 GETTING TO THE ASAMBLEA Getting to the Asamblea (UCLA): NDLON s Asamblea Nacional will be held in the northwest corner of UCLA campus in Carnesale Commons in the Palisades Room, on the third floor. The actual address is: 251 Charles E Young Drive West Los Angeles, CA (this is a newer facility, however, and may not show up on your GPS). Location & Logistics Transportation Options: There are a number of ways to get yourself from LAX to UCLA and vice versa! Below is a list of different options, so you can decide what s easiest for you! FlyAway Shuttle FlyAway departs every hour, on the hour, from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. You can purchase tickets online or in person. The ride costs $10 one-way Visa, MasterCard, or American Express Debit or Credit Cards Only (No Cash Accepted). In minimal traffic it takes about 30 to 40 minutes to get to the airport (and vice versa). From LAX: All FlyAway buses drop off passengers on the Upper/Departures Level at each terminal. Passengers board buses on the Lower/Arrivals Level curbside in front of each terminal under the green FlyAway, Buses and Long Distance Vans sign 16 Nuestra Lucha, Nuestra Voz: Nothing About Us, Without Us

19 GETTING TO THE ASAMBLEA continued From Westwood: The LAX FlyAway bus stop is located adjacent to Westwood village, outside of UCLA Parking Structure 32 on the north side of Kinross Avenue, one block west of Gayley Avenue. ***On Sunday, August 24th and Thursday, August 28th, NDLON will have shuttles running to/from the Westwood FlyAway Bus Stop to/from conference location. If you are lost, you can call Lorena Gamboa (310) or Xochi Flores (323) *** Super Shuttle A $25 van ride that needs to be booked in advance on the SuperShuttle website. Taxi The ride will cost between $40 to $50 depending on traffic. The Big Blue Bus From LAX to UCLA: To take the bus, you need to take the LAX Airport Shuttle bus to the Transit Center, and there catch the Number 3 Big Blue Bus. That will go all the way to UCLA. Cost for entire trip only $1.00! Getting Around on Public Transportation There are three different bus operators in the Westwood/UCLA vicinity, and each have stops close to campus: Big Blue Bus: The Big Blue Bus line goes primarily to areas west of UCLA, and hence is the first choice if you want to go to Santa Monica, Venice, Pacific Palisades, the Getty Center etc. They also operate an express line that takes you from Santa Monica to downtown LA. The fare on these buses is $1.00. You can catch the Big Blue Buses on Westwood boulevard at the south entrance of the campus. MTA mta.net: These buses go west of UCLA to Beverly Hills, Hollywood, downtown LA, Burbank, et. The regular fare is $1.50. You can catch lines 2, 3, and 302 west of the campus, behind the Saxon Suites. Other lines can be caught on Wilshire and Westwood, or east of the campus on Hilgard. Location & Logistics Culver City Buses: These buses go south of UCLA. National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON) 17

20 LOGISTICS Lodging: Lodging for participants who requested it, and were approved, has been arranged at UCLA s Sunset Village dormitories. Check in for lodging is located in Covel Commons Lobby. Check in is 4pm on your arrival day. All front desks are open 24 hours a day. Participants will be sharing double-occupancy rooms (two twin beds) with either private or shared baths. All rooms are air-conditioned and non-smoking. All include internet, cable television, daily maid service, sufficient bedding and bathroom supplies. Bathroom amenities include linens, soaps, shampoos, and lotions. Hair dryers and irons are not provided, however, one can be checked out at the front desk. Check out is 11am on your departure day. Room keys must be returned to the front desk upon check-out. Late check-out without prior front desk approval will result in additional charges, so please be sure to check out on time. On your departure day, please be sure to bring down all of your belongings from your room. Meals: Asamblea participants will receive 3 meals a day starting with dinner on day of arrival (Sunday, Aug. 24) and ending with lunch on departure day (Sunday, Aug. 28).* *Please note that dinner will not be offered on-campus on Wednesday, August 27th. Meals are served all-you-care-to-eat in designated dining room: LOCATION BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER Covel 7:00am-10:30am 11:00am-2:00pm 5:00-9:00pm Location & Logistics Dining room offer vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free options. To see menus visit: All food and beverages must be consumed in the dining room. Food and beverages cannot be taken out of the dining facility. Meal Card for Those Staying On Campus For participants who are staying overnight through lodging arrangements made by UCLA, your room key will also serve as your meal key. You can only use your card for yourself. Meals for Commuters Meal tickets will be distributed during the registration process to delegation s main contact. Interpretation: NDLON will arrange for interpretation and translation throughout the convening. Our goal is to make our space as bilingual as possible. Anyone who does not speak both English and Spanish comfortably can request an electronic headpiece before meetings and trainings. 18 Nuestra Lucha, Nuestra Voz: Nothing About Us, Without Us

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