The Clergy and Laity for Economic Justice (CLUE) hosted a three-day conference from June 9 – 11 in the Holman Methodist Church in Los Angeles, to inform and strengthen the voice of faith in the movement for economic justice and immigrants' rights. Faith leaders and activists from all over California working on immigration reform and economic justice participated in this conference. Among the various speakers and educators was Haroon Manjlai, CAIR-LA's Public Affairs Coordinator, who spoke about the work and mission of CAIR and shared Islamic faith reflections about human dignity and economic justice. Manjlai explained CAIR-California's efforts to advocate for immigration reform through coalitions and lobbying, specifically around bills such as the TRUST Act, Domestic Worker's Bill of Rights and AB 60. Manjlai spoke of CAIR's vision to be a leading advocate on issues that will make California a better place to live for all Californians.