One Nation/One California is a non-profit 501(c)4 public-benefit California
corporation oriented towards issues involving race, ethnicity, and public policy. It
undertakes educational, cultural, and political activities in furtherance of the public
policy goals of the organization. The policy positions of the organization on certain
important social issues are as follows:
General Policy Positions on Important Social Issues:
- Immigration. Support for America's traditional openness to immigrants and
immigration, crucial historical factors in the growth and success of American society,
and still important today for our nation's technological progress and the continual
rejuvenation of our society and economy.
- Assimilation. Support for the traditional process whereby newcomers to
America and their children gradually and voluntarily assimilate into our common
American culture, while contributing aspects of their own cultural background into that
continually evolving common culture, and their personal lives into many of today's
numerous ethnic intermarriages.
- Ethnic Nationalism. Opposition to the recent growth of ethnic nationalism and
separatism among significant portions of the American population, manifesting itself on
the Right by a resurgent xenophobic nativism and on the Left by a bitter xenophobic
tribalism, ideological movements which feed off each other and which both are deeply
hostile to the successful American ideal of ethnic pluralism and social harmony.