Imagine that you are an undocumented mom, and a victim of sexual assault. It takes an inspiring amount of courage just to tell the authorities about your abuse, knowing you could be deported by coming out.
I love when people ask me what I do for a living: “I’m a treasure hunter! But instead of gold, I find stories of hope, faith and love to share with others.” So here’s the bounty we dug up for this week—you’ll see it sparkles a little when you click and share...
The deadline is approaching for comments to the EPA for their new power plant rules to limit carbon pollution from power plants by at least 30%. Take action and tell the EPA to cut carbon pollution.
Stand in solidarity with faith leaders and Sign the petition: After Ferguson, we must change police and court practices in St. Louis County
Immigration may have disappeared from the headlines, but every day 1000 families are still being torn apart by deportations. So a group of churches, synagogues, and faith communities are taking emergency moral action for their neighbors like Luis.
A special webinar for the Sanctuary movement on how to using online tools to enhance your offline organizing and campaigns, featuring Groundswell's Isaac Luria and Michelle Reyf.
Growing up in a small Baptist church in Texas, I'm used to faith making me laugh, cry, feel God’s love, and want to dance. Coincidentally, all these posts do that too. Click, enjoy, and share!
A win on deportation is inspiring a movement around the country. We’re calling it Sanctuary 2014. There are currently 5 congregations with active Sanctuary cases, 24 offering Sanctuary, and 60 more supporting Sanctuary.
Join us in celebration – Tucson’s City Council voted unanimously to support Rosa last week! They're sending letters to Pres. Obama, Jeh Johnson of Homeland Security and every single member of Arizona’s Congressional delegation, urging them to drop Rosa’s deportation order.