Pardon Call-In Action - Stop Cambodian Deportations
On December 17th, 46 Cambodian Americans are scheduled to be deported to a country many of them have never been to before, tearing apart their families and communities. This builds upon decades of cruel immigration policies that have led to the mass incarceration and deportation of Southeast Asian refugees across the country.
Governor Brown can help keep these families together by issuing pardons on their behalf, which would allow them to reopen their cases in immigration court and avoid deportation.
On Tuesday, December 4th from 9 am - 12 pm PST, we’re hosting a call-in to urge the Governor to pardon those community members scheduled to be deported. We are focusing our efforts on three community members, Sina Khun, Sear Un, and Sophea Om, who have particularly compelling cases for their pardons.
We’re asking you to join us by calling the Governor’s Office on Tuesday and promoting the call-in across your social media platforms using the attached toolkit. Can we count on your support to help us call Governor Brown on behalf of these individuals facing deportation?