"Unauthorized and Uninsured"
Building Healthy Communities in California
Download fact sheets with micro-data on undocumented Californians, their levels of medical insurance coverage, and other socioeconomic indicators of health across 14 communities.
Profiling the Eligible to Naturalize
By Manuel Pastor, Patrick Oakford, and Jared Sanchez
CSII congratulates our co-director, Manuel Pastor, on his recent installation as the inaugural holder of the Turpanjian Chair in Civil Society and Social Change. In this role, Prof. Pastor and PERE/CSII aims to connect community allies, affliated faculty, scholars, change makers, and the university as a whole for research that makes an impact on the civil society sector. Thanks to our friends and allies who joined the celebrations!
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Learn more about our three research assistants currently working on CSII's Latinos in South L.A. project. Read about Kristie, Walter, and Jessica >>
This profile is the first in a new series of features on CSII faculty affiliates and immigrant integration researchers. Stay tuned for future profiles!
"How Immigrant Activists Changed L.A."
Winter 2015 Edition
Explore CSII's interactive timeline of milestones in immigration policy and movements.