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Emilio Amaya

Executive Director

San Bernardino Community Service Center , Inc.

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Steering Committee | immigration & justice

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Emilio Amaya
San Bernardino Community Services Center Inc.


2011/2012 Fellows for a New California - Rockwood Leadership Institute

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Emilio Amaya | Executive Director, San Bernardino Community Service Center, Inc.
Born in Mexico, Emilio Amaya migrated to this country when he was 13-years-old as an unaccompanied minor. He went through the experience of being a homeless child, migrant worker, day laborer, food worker, and union representative. He is a founding member of Libreria del Pueblo, Inc. in San Bernardino, CA and currently serves as Executive Director of San Bernardino Community Service Center, Inc. in the Inland Empire, where he has been involved in immigrant rights defense and advocacy. His organization provides direct immigration and legal services to immigrants in San Bernardino and Riverside counties.


CAPS - Arizona law halted

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Emilio Amaya, an immigration advocate and executive director of the San Bernardino Community Service Center, said he was concerned that some parts of the law - specifically one that makes it a crime to stop a vehicle to pick up day laborers - were not blocked.
"We were hoping to get a full exemption," said Amaya, who said he was nonetheless pleased with the temporary injunction overall.


immigrationhadley.com

Emilio Amaya of the San Bernardino Community Service Center was also mentioned, highlighting his non-profit organization's forums to educate the community on the matter.


www.dailybulletin.com

From left, Emilio Amaya, with San Bernardino Community Services, Miguel Becerra, center, and Pitzer College Prof. Jose Calderon, sing in front of San Bernardino City Hall during the Inland Empire May Day March was held on Sunday in San Bernardino. The march celebrated immigrant communities and called for immigration policies that lead to citizenship.
From left, Emilio Amaya, with San Bernardino Community Services, Miguel Becerra, center, and Pitzer College Prof. Jose Calderon, sing in front of San Bernardino City Hall during the Inland Empire May Day March was held on Sunday in San Bernardino.


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