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A List of Relief Funds for Undocumented Workers in California

List from Legal Aid at Work with information about the California state government program (Golden State Stimulus) and various private funds.

California workers impacted by COVID-19 have new rights to paid sick leave in 2021

You may be eligible for up to 80 hours of supplemental paid sick leave (SPSL) for COVID-19 related absences in 2021.

SB 91: Extended Protections and New Financial Assistance for California Renters

Note: This article is out of date. Get current information in the article about AB 832 above.

AB 832: Extended Tenant Protections and Better Financial Assistance Programs

Know your rights as a tenant and how to protect yourself from eviction if you can't pay rent due to a COVID-19 related reason.

Know Your Rights: Special Education

Learn more about the rights of students with disabilities in California.

CRLA's Education Manual: A Basic Guide to Students' Rights for Parents and Advocates


Learn more about the rights of students in California public schools:

  • Bullying and discrimination
  • Language equity
  • School discipline
  • School funding equity
  • Special education
  • What to do when a school doesn't follow the law

Know Your Rights: Bullying and Discrimination

Your child has a right to be safe at school. Learn more in this article.

Know Your Rights: School Funding Equity

Your voice matters in school funding decisions. Learn more here.

Know Your Rights: Language Equity

Learn more about the education rights of English Learner (EL) students in this article.

Know Your Rights: School Discipline

Learn more about the rights of students and families with regard to school discipline.


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