The New York Times - Front Page of Sunday Print Edition
Our work to restore and rebuild our nation’s asylum system is featured in a front-page article in The New York Times. With our partners in the San Diego Rapid Response Network (SDRRN), we have forged a system to “welcome the stranger” unlike any other in the country and are fighting hard to re-envision and rebuild the process for asylum seekers arriving along our border. And now, as The New York Times article reports, San Diego is a model for how justly welcome asylum seekers while protecting public health during a pandemic. Kate Clark, Senior Director of Immigration, is interviewed.
There is still a tremendous amount of work to be done. We look forward to collaborating with the Biden-Harris administration and our partner advocates throughout the California Welcoming Task Force to rebuild our nation’s rich tradition of helping those who are fleeing danger and seeking a better life.