California Coalition for Immigration Reform
(CCIR) is a  It is listed by the Southern Poverty Law Center as a hate group.
The CCIR was founded in 1994 by Barbara Coe, who has served as chairwoman of the organization ever since. Of interracial marriage.
The CCIR was a co-sponsor of California Proposition 187 (1994), which would have stopped public services such as education to illegal immigrants with public taxmoney. The proposition was approved by the electorate but overturned as unconstitutional by a federal court.
CCIR has sponsored billboards along the Arizona-California border that read, "Welcome to California, the Illegal Immigration State. Don't Let This Happen to Your State."
In 2006, a letter connected to Republican congressional nominee
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- Jill Garvey, "Wicked Witch Says Lock and Load", Imagine 2050, 14 April 2010
- Gustavo Arellano, "Barbara Coes Calls for the Deportation of Muslims, Says Muslims Train Mexican Drug Cartels", Navel Gazing blog, OC [Orange County] Weekly, 2 August 2010, accessed 9 June 2011
- Woo, Elaine (2013-09-04). "Barbara Coe dies at 79; foe of services for those in U.S. illegally". Los Angeles Times.
Barbara Coe, the founder and chairwoman of California Coalition for Immigration Reform, died on August 31, 2013 at the age of 79.
In a July 29, 2010 email to supporters, Coe questioned whether Muslim Americans could become assimilated into U.S. society, writing, "However, since muslims subscribe to the teachings of the Koran – which is to torture/kill all non-believers – how do you suggest we ‘Americanize’ those who want us beheaded?” Coe wrote, "My efforts will be to share the TRUTH about these cold-blooded terrorists, urge others to strongly OPPOSE the building of mosques [terrorist training camps], and urge SUPPORT of all efforts to get them DEPORTED to their country of origin where they can commit their barbaric Satanic acts at will.”
In the spring of 2010, Coe apparently sent an email that was eventually posted to an anti-immigrant list serv, where non-supporters also read it. It was inflammatory, advising supporters to vote for a particular candidate and to "lock and load" and prepare for "the time of reckoning".