Amongst the Orange Groves

Situated near the Southern East Side of California’s Central Valley, Lindsay’s history traces back to the first Orange Trees that were planted there. Year after year, this small town in Tulare County sees individuals coming into the area. Individuals from … Continue reading

Know Your Rights Training in Madera, CA

On March 11, 2018 American Friends Service Comminute (AFSC) Pan Valley Institute organized a Know Your Rights Training in Madera, CA along with key community leaders. There was a presentation by Leticia Lopez fellow of AFSC, Silas Shawver who is … Continue reading

#TIMEISNOW to respect immigrant women and their families’ human rights

We have gathered today to join women around the globe to observe International Women’s Day. On this special day we have gathered to proclaim that The Time is Now to respect women’s rights, to ensure gender equality, to stop all … Continue reading

Cultural Resistance and Liberation: California Central Valley Immigrants Building a Social Justice Movement

Continuing with their learning journey on Saturday, August 16, 2014 Tamejavi fellows will participate in a Decolonization workshop led by Dr. Gaspar Rivera Salgado. The place of the workshop will be the San Joaquin River parkway in Fresno. This workshop … Continue reading