MUA - Mujeres Unidas y Activas

MUA is a grassroots organization of Latina immigrant women with a dual mission of personal transformation and community power. Creating an environment of understanding and confidentiality, MUA empowers and educates our members through mutual support and training to be leaders in their own lives and in the community. Working with diverse allies, MUA promotes unity and civic-political participation to achieve social justice.

MUA - Mujeres Unidas y Activas's Blog Posts

The Local Fight to End Sexual Assault in Low-Wage Jobs

MUA Condemns the Termination of the TPS Program for Immigrants from El Salvador

MUA Seeks Development Associate

The Alameda County Immigration Legal and Education Partnership’s Response to ICE activity in Oakland

Mamas Day Campaign Sends Love to Immigrant, Muslim Mothers

In Alameda County, a New Coalition Aims to Counter Deportations

Civil Rights Groups Slam Sheriff Ahern for Endorsing Sessions as Attorney General

“I Wish I’d Never Called the Police.”

Breaking the Silence on Sexual Harassment

Against New Department of Homeland Security Deportation Guidelines

11 Women-Led Movements To Remind You Of Your Power In 2017

Oakland, SF Take First Steps to Fund Immigration Defense Network

Investing in the Care Economy: Domestic Workers in California Hope for Overtime Pay

MUA’s Post-Election Message: We Will Fight! We Are Here.

$20k in 7 days!

SF officers violated Spanish-speaking woman’s rights, panel says

MUA leads the California Domestic Workers Coalition

Defending The Rights Of Domestic Workers

Rob Bonta Introduces Bill to Foster Transparency Between ICE and Local Jurisdictions

Bay Area Women Observe International Women’s Day

95% of Domestic Workers Are Women. In California, They’re Demanding Better Pay

How Women-Led Movements Are Redefining Power, From California to Nepal

International Working Women’s Day March

100 Women 100 Miles: Border pilgrimage from El Paso, Texas to Ciudad Juarez, Mexico

Women Journey to Mexico to Put Focus on Immigration During Pope Visit

Informing Our Community

Activists Protesting Deportations Arrested in SF

ESL for Peer Counselors

Domestic Worker Bill of Rights Updates

Testimonies: 10th Annual “Si Se Puede”

Our Sanctuary City

Testimony: “ICE Out of California”

San Francisco Votes to Keep Shielding Immigrants From Deportation Officials

Sign the Fair Care Pledge!

An Open Letter to Presidential Candidates From 100 Immigrant Women

What It Is To Have Nowhere To Go

Domestic worker accuses tech execs of sex harassment, wage theft

Walking in Faith

100 Women, 100 Miles, 100 Reasons

A Living Wage for Caregivers

Domestic Worker Triumphs Over Trafficking, Wins $136K Back Pay

Justice for Homecare Workers Tribunal Livestream

Woman arrested in abuse case says S.F. police violated policies

Immigrant Drivers’ Licenses: An Opportunity to Empower Domestic Violence Survivors in California

Bilingual SF Police Officers Cannot Always Be Found When Needed

The Leaders Our Movement Needs