AUCC invites you to join us and our partners from across Arkansas in celebrating President Obama’s Administrative Relief announcement tonight November 20, 6:30PM-8PM at Acambaro’s restaurant in Springdale and Riviera Maya in Little Rock. Think you might be eligible for Administrative Relief, here are some steps that you can start taking to prepare to take advantage [...]

Arkansas United Community Coalition (AUCC) is a nonprofit that supports nonpartisan, civic participation and speaks out for the right of Arkansas immigrants and their families. (Sigue una traducción de esta información al español.) We have proudly helped double the Latino and Asian vote in Arkansas over the last two elections, and already have seen progress on many [...]

On August 6  to 10, Arkansas United Community Coalition (AUCC) took 43 immigrant organizers, called “Change Agents,” and community volunteers to Phoenix, AZ for a five-day trip in order to demonstrate solidarity with immigration reform activists  and immigrant civic organizers as well as develop expertise on the implementation of community projects directed towards immigrants, including victims [...]

One of Arkansas United Community Coalition’s active leaders and Change Agent is in process of deportation—we learned that he may be deported as soon as TODAY.  Leonel Salazar has 4 US citizen children ages 18, 14, 7 and 3 years old.  His oldest son is currently at basic training for the US National Guard and graduates [...]

Arkansas United Community Coalition is proud to announce the launch of the third year of its cornerstone “Change Agents (Agentes de Cambio)” training program! To date, 52 Arkansas immigrants and their allies, across 13 communities, in all five regions of the state, have accepted the challenge to bring about positive change in Arkansas, will you help us [...]