Deferred Action Events

**FREE Deferred Action Legal Clinic, May 11th in Los Angeles**

Dear Partners, Supporters, Allies and Community Members,

We would like to take some time thank you for all your support thus far.  Without your support, we would not be able to do what we are most passionate about: serving our communities.  With that, it is with great pleasure to announce that Dream Team Los Angeles (DTLA) successfully secured a new venue, date, and time to host our free Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Clinic in South Los Angeles.

Our South Los Angeles DACA Clinic will be taking place on Saturday, May 11, 2013 from 12:30 PM – 5:30 PM at Hebrew Union College (HUC) located on 3077 University Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90007.

 Please take note of the time change (from the typical morning shift) due to the Revlon Run/Walk for Cancer around HUC.  I hope we can still count with your support to make this event possible for our South Los Angeles community.  If you would like to volunteer, please use the following link:

Please help us promote our clinic and share the event with all your networks.  If you have any questions regarding the event, do not hesitate to contact me directly.We would like to thank you once again for your continuous support and we look forward to another successful clinic with your help!Sincerely,

Marisol Granillo and Edna Monroy

Dream Team Los Angeles (DTLA) Lead Coordinators, 2012-2013


Telephone Number: 323-380-8616 Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

Arts & Culture Events Our Causes

Victor Narro’s Social Justice 50th Birthday Celebration

Come and celebrate Victor Narro’s born day. His selfless devotion to social justice over the years has inspired and touched the lives of countless students, activist, workers and individuals.

And in true Victor Narro form, he has decided to dedicate this night to raise funds for one on the numerous organizations he has mentored and supported over the years: Dream Team Los Angeles.

DJ’s will be playing all the hits and making your booty wiggle all night long.

There will be special musical performances by

Cambalache Son Jarocho

La Chamba

There will be a $5 charge at the door, but no one turned away for lack of funds.

Food will be available during the fundraiser, along with alcoholic drinks (21+)

Additionally there will be numerous raffles through out the night that include gift cards and an Ipad.

Donations are being accepted the night of and through donations by making checks out to: National Day Laborers Organizing Network. Please add DTLA to the memo line.

For more information, you can contact:

Phone: 323 804 6829
213 321 6692


828 W. Washington blvd 90015

Short bio on Victor Narro:

Currently a project director for the UCLA Labor Center, Victor has been involved with immigrant rights and labor issues for many years. At the UCLA Downtown Labor Center, Victor Narro’s focus is to provide leadership programs for Los Angeles’s immigrant workers and internship opportunities for UCLA students. He is also a lecturer for the Chicano/a Studies Department, where he teaches classes that focus on immigrant workers and the labor movement. Over the past few years, he has worked with janitors, hotel workers, laundry workers, sanitation workers, port truckers, and more recently, car wash workers.

Victor was formerly the co-executive director of Sweatshop Watch. Prior to that, he was the workers’ rights project director for the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA), where he was involved with organizing day laborers, domestic workers, garment workers, and gardeners. His work in multi-ethnic organizing led to the creation of the Multi-ethnic Immigrant Workers Organizing Network (MIWON) in collaboration with KIWA, Garment Worker Center, and Pilipino Worker Center. Through Victor’s leadership, the day laborer project was able to grow into the National Day Laborer Organizing Network that today includes forty community-based worker centers from around the country. Before his tenure at CHIRLA, Victor worked in the Los Angeles regional office of the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF).


Founded in 2009, DREAM Team Los Angeles (DTLA) is a gross-roots organization that aims to create a safe space in which undocumented immigrants from the community and allies empower themselves through activism and life stories.

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