Discrimination and oppression are not seasonal, which is why our year-round team of volunteers work around the clock helping individuals navigate thru local government services, translating and help fill out simple immigration forms among other services. Devote an afternoon taking calls from our hotline and see first-hand the people we help daily.
Locally, nationally and internationally, Global Community in Action is a vocal advocate for the discriminated and displaced. We work to build tolerant societies, with the support of all its citizens. To strengthen and promote human rights and diversity among its citizens and to help support democratically elected governments
The founders of Global Community in Action devote their energy to passionately advocate for the oppressed, needy, discriminated and under-represented members of our global family. Find out how you can contribute to the future of someone in need through donations of money and time.
Support for the immigrant community in the United States thru advocacy and alliance with other organizations that work for the same goal. Helping the immigrant community thru this time of fear, uncertainty, and persecution.
No problem is alike, and no voice is too quiet to be heard. We empower our citizens to devote time and energy to organize, advocate and create change.
Volunteers in action
2016 Thanksgiving dinner a large number of people gathered together at our headquarters in Washington, DC where clients, volunteers, and activists enjoyed the festivities in an ambiance of equity and camaraderie.
Immigrants: Can the Government Revoke Your Citizenship?
Since January 2017, the Department of Homeland Security has investigated possible cases of immigration fraud that resulted in U.S. citizenships, sending 95 of these cases to the Department of Justice (DOJ) for prosecution and denaturalization. In June 2018, DHS doubled down on this commitment when they announced the opening of a new office in Los Angeles that will prosecute about 1,600 possible cases that fall in this category. For comparison, from the 1990s to now, the government only filed around 300 of these denaturalization cases
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