Tracy La

Tracy La is the co-founder and Executive Director at VietRISE. For over 10 years, Tracy has been dedicated to building political power for working class Vietnamese Americans, strengthening youth leadership, and developing infrastructures for local multiracial and multigenerational organizing for social justice. She has led organizing efforts that resulted in the passage of Santa Ana’s rent stabilization ordinance, the expansion of the city’s deportation defense fund, and the freedom of detained immigrant and refugee community members across the country.
Tracy La


Xenophobia, Resistance, and the Future of the Immigrant Rights Movement
Please note, on April 27, a film team will record the ‘Xenophobia, Resistance, and the Future of the Immigrant Rights Movement’ as part of an independent documentary film being produced by Don’t Call it Content, LLC. If you do not wish to be included in the footage, please let the conference organizers know. Our panel discussion will feature immigrant rights advocates from Mexican, Latino, Vietnamese, Jamaican and Chinese migrant communities who have been instrumental in organizing for the rights of immigrants and refugees in the United States. Through short presentations, we’ll share lessons...