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

Statement of Solidarity with the People of Turkey and Syria

Solidarity with the AAPI Community and Victims of Gun Violence

Victory! California issues the country’s first health and safety guidelines for domestic workers.

MUA member: Mirna Arana is featured in new documentary set to air on PBS!

New Video: Ana’s Story

MUA Fall 2022 Bilingual Newsletter

Mujeres Unidas y Activas (MUA): Weaving Solidarity

MUA Fiesta 2022

MUA featured on Telemundo48 for National Action Day

You’re Invited! Dignity Summer: Resource Festival

Statement solidarity with the families of the 62 Migrants in San Antonio, Texas

MUA Statement on the Right to Abortion

MUA joins 100+ Orgs demanding Biden Admin end Title 42

Statement Against Racist Terrorism and Gun Violence

MUA Spring 2022 Bilingual Newsletter

MUA member Cristina – an asylum seeker talks about her experience being kidnapped.

Biden Administration will put an end to Title 42!

Telemundo48 featured MUA’s member on SF Rally to End Title42

MUA featured on Telemundo for International Women’s Day

Launch of the MUA Fotonovela

A Day Without Immigrants

Job Opening – Program Manager

Asylum Campaign Video: Blanca’s Story

VICTORY!! The San Francisco Board of Supervisors passed the Access to Paid Sick Leave Ordinance

Congratulations MUA!!!

MUA Fall 2021 Bilingual Newsletter

San Francisco poised to give sick pay to house cleaners, nannies and caregivers

S.F. could be first to mandate paid sick leave for house cleaners, nannies.

In their own words: 5 Latina immigrant housekeepers on how the pandemic has impacted their lives

Care Workers Demand Federal Support as First Responders in Climate Crises

Job Opening at MUA

Victory! MUA members pressure Justice Dept. to end Trump policy limiting asylum

MUA member interviewed together with Ai-Jen Poo on KQED radio

Asylum Seekers, Advocates Urge Garland to End Trump’s Cruel Policies Towards Survivors

MUA Summer 2021 Newsletter

MUA Denounces the Racism and Violence Directed at Asian Americans

In Solidarity with our Asian Sisters: Tu Lucha Es Mi Lucha

Take Action! Three Ways to Support Immigrants Today

Launch of SB 321: Health and Safety for All Workers Act

Mujeres Unidas y Activas: Keeping Space & Building Power

Happy Holidays from MUA! A special message from our members

Help MUA Keep Up the Fight

MUA Mobilizes the Latinx Vote

As Trump Doubles Down, Courts Side with Immigrant Women Seeking Asylum

Support the COVID19 Immigrant Families Relief Fund

Watch Inspiring Videos from MUA’s 30th Anniversary Event Here

Domestic Worker Campaign Update

SF council proposed to help cleaners, nannies, home aides

Your Struggle is My Struggle: MUA Stands in Solidarity with Black Lives Matter

MUA Publishes a COVID19 Resource Guide for the Immigrant Community

MUA is United, Strong, and Still Defending Our Rights During COVID-19

We demand: Close the Camps and #DropICE

MUA has moved in Oakland!

Shifting Power from the Inside Out: 10 Questions for Juana Flores

Mensaje de Solidaridad Para Nuestras Hermanas y Hermanos Migrantes

US News & World Report Feature on Latina Immigrants and Domestic Violence

We Will NOT Tolerate the Trump Administration’s Policy of Zero Tolerance

East Bay women build a net of support to help cope with the fear of deportation

SF’s limited-English sexual assault victims among the most ignored

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

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

What We Can All Learn From Domestic Workers’ Silent Battle Against Sexual Harassment

MUA Seeks Development Associate

A Message from MUA’s Co-Director Andrea Lee

In Response to the Termination of DACA

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

Testimonies: 10th Annual “Si Se Puede”