Protect children and families fleeing violence
Protect children and families fleeing violence Last week, Congress headed home for its August recess without reaching an agreement on how to address increasing numbers of Central American children and families arriving at our border. Meanwhile, the Obama administration is opening new family detention centers and quickly deporting women and children, often without due process, back to the dangerous situations from which they fled. There are several actions you and your congregation can take during August to help Central American migrants.
Stop the violence and address underlying causes
Call on Congress to stop U.S. complicity in suffering and to support a just peace in Palestine and Israel.
Urge compassion for families fleeing Central America
Urge Congress and the President to treat migrants from Central America with compassion ACTION:
Oppose U.S. military intervention in Iraq
Ask your Members of Congress and the President to oppose U.S. military intervention in Iraq and to instead support diplomatic efforts to resolve the roots of the conflict.
Urge your representative to support immigration reform
Action: Urge your Representative to support immigration reform legislation that creates a pathway to citizenship, reunites families, and does NOT further militarize the border. Call the Capitol Switchboard (202) 224-3121 or find your Representative's direct line. Sample script: