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Sanctuary Campus Demands

1. NO COMPLICITY, NO COLLABORATION: University of California and its police departments will

not comply with nor be placed under the supervision of the federal immigration agencies and
authorities regarding investigations, raids, detentions and/or deportations, unless mandated by
a judicial warrant, a subpoena, or a court order; UCLA will establish and enforce policies that
prohibit immigration enforcement and deportation activities on grounds and premises under
UCLA jurisdiction;
2. GUARANTEE PRIVACY: Refuse to disclose information regarding immigration status or work
authorization; and end surveillance of student, staff, and community activists on campus;
3. EXPAND WORK AUTHORIZATION PROVISIONS: Apply AFSCME 3299 immigrant rights provisions
to all workers and expand provisions related to Social Security no-match letters; prohibit the
use of E-Verify;
4. SUPPORT INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARS AND STAFF: State publicly and often your continual
support for, sponsorship of, and willingness to take action to support international scholars and
staff, especially given President-Elect Trumps plans to eliminate visa programs, subject
immigrants to extreme vetting, and restrict immigration from so-called terror-prone regions;
5. PROTECT & EXPAND SERVICES: Protect and expand counseling and legal services for:
undocumented students, staff, workers, and their families; international scholars and staff; and
threatened groups including Muslim, LGBTQIA, Black and undocumented community, as well as
other students and staff of color; institutionalize UCOP funding allocation for undocumented
student support (currently renewable every three years based on performance); establish a
designated sacred space on campus for religious and spiritual practices, including but not limited
to implementing washing stations and bidets, as well as space for chaplain services;
6. NO EXCESSIVE FORCE: Prohibit use of all police and militarized forces including UCPD against
student and/or worker protests, rallies, sit-ins, walkouts, strikes or civil disobedience;
aggressively pursue justice and accountability in cases of excessive use of force against Black
people and other people of color;
7. NO CRIMINALIZATION: Limit the offenses that are subject to arrest by UCPD, limit the
circumstances in which students, staff, and others are turned over to outside law enforcement;
Ban the Box and adopt more inclusive hiring practices;
8. NO REGISTRIES, WELCOME REFUGEES: Aggressively denounce and refuse to assist with a
registry of Muslims or registry of any other protected class; take immediate steps to welcome
refugees from Syria and those fleeing from violence and insecurity in other countries;
9. COMBAT SEXUAL VIOLENCE: Increase resources for in-person consent education and sexual
violence prevention, with a specific emphasis on high-risk populations; increase awareness of
survivor support resources; ensure survivor-centric approaches including but not limited to
direct adjudication and/or alternative resolution processes; remove repeat offenders;
10. MEET HUMAN NEEDS: Guarantee housing and food assistance to all admitted students; expand
mental health, legal, and child-care resources on campus; halt tuition and fee hikes; raise the
student minimum wage to match the service worker minimum; negotiate fair contracts with UC
employees; and end the use of exploited contract workers; reaffirm Title IX protections of
transgender individuals right to use the bathroom facilities that reflect their gender identity;
11. ETHICAL INVESTMENTS: Ensure that the University is not invested in corporations that profit
from colonialism, occupation, violence and racism committed by Israel in Palestine; De-shelve
products on campus belonging to corporations that profit from Israels human rights abuses
against Palestinians; Make a public statement or press release condemning Israeli apartheid
given that Palestinian students have a right to feel protected by the University;
12. AGGRESSIVE ENFORCEMENT: Aggressively enforce policies prohibiting hate and discrimination
based on race, color, national origin, faith, sex, gender, gender expression, gender identity,
pregnancy, differences in physical or mental ability, medical condition, ancestry, marital status,
age, sexual orientation, citizenship, or any intersection of these factors;
13. EXTENSIVE TRAINING: Implement training programs that include but are not limited to: UCs
sanctuary status and provisions, the reporting and investigation of incidents, UndocuAlly, de-
escalation intervention techniques, and restorative justice;
14. RIGHT TO A UNION: Never interfere with workers right to join and maintain membership in
their union, participate in their union, or have their employer deduct union dues on their behalf;
15. DEMAND A SANCTUARY CITY AND STATE: Call upon Mayor Garcetti and Los Angeles City Hall to
immediately enact legislation extending sanctuary demands citywide; call upon Governor Jerry
Brown and the California State Legislature to immediately enact legislation extending these
sanctuary demands statewide; file amicus briefs against anti-immigration laws or discriminatory
executive orders.

While we are encouraged by the initial step that the UC has taken in this direction in releasing
principles in support of undocumented members of the UC Community, these principles fail to include
certain basic provisions within the Universitys purview to protect us and our communities. Major
shortcomings include, but are not limited to, the fact that these principles fail to:

Explicitly commit to protect privacy of UC workers' immigration status or related information;

Commit to not use E-Verify;
Refuse to take adverse action, or request work authorization re-verification, in response to SSA
"no match" letters or related communications;
Direct campus police to refuse ICE transfer or notification requests, in addition to holds;
Refuse to let ICE interview individuals in campus police custody;
Refuse ICE physical access to property owned or controlled by the University;
Include all migrants, regardless of criminal convictions;
Commit to protect and expand legal and counseling services for the undocumented community;
Initiate constant and consistent outreach to the undocumented community, and actively involve
and engage them in these conversations;
Explicitly include the LBNL and all other parts of the UC System;
Commit to maintain all protections irrespective of threats to federal funding; and
Provide transparency regarding the timeline and process for drafting and negotiating campus
and medical center policies.