Luis Nolasco is community engagement and policy advocate at the ACLU of Southern California, working from the Inland Empire Office.
Luis has been an active organizer and policy advocate in the Inland Empire for several years. He is a graduate of California State University, San Bernardino, and co-founder of the Inland Empire Immigrant Youth Coalition.
He also participated in Pomona’s Day Laborer Center’s Mobilize the Immigrant Vote Campaign in 2013, advocating for just immigration reform. Before joining ACLU SoCal, he served as a detention reform coordinator at the Justice for Immigrants Coalition where he worked with state, congressional and law enforcement leaders regarding ICE holds, the TRUST Act, and other detention-related issues.