Unanimous Vote for Rosa!
Wednesday, October 1, 2014 by Esther Meroño0 Responses

Dear friend,

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.

Share the great news with your friends and family on Facebook and Twitter using the buttons below:

      

For Facebook, you can post: Read the good news and join me in fighting for Rosa! http://bit.ly/letrosastay

Thank you for your prayers and faithful action—these letters bring us one step closer to getting the administration to #LetRosaStay.

We offered Rosa sanctuary because we are called by our faiths to love our neighbors and care for the most vulnerable. Now, our entire city is behind Rosa. It was a beautiful sight, to see a room full of Rosa’s friends, family and community members holding up signs that read “I stand with Rosa” as the Council voted. And you were with us in spirit.

Let's continue to pray, organize, and inspire until all our undocumented brothers and sisters are safe.

If you feel inspired, you can also click here to send a fax to Sec. Jeh Johnson's office.

In solidarity,

Rev. Alison Harrington
Southside Presbyterian Church




Archives
  • 2014 (63)
  • 2013 (72)
  • 2012 (75)
  • 2011 (59)
  • 2010 (5)
keep current
connect
with us:
Get Inspired
Take Action
Find us on
Facebook

Fr. Michael Pfleger, a Catholic leader organizing against gun violence in Chicago, was viciously attacked by the local chapter of the NRA. Tell The NRA: protecting kids from gun violence doesn't make him a ‘terrorist.’

Exciting news! Inspired by Rosa’s Sanctuary case, the local City Council is voting this coming Tuesday on a resolution to stand up to Secretary Jeh Johnson and the Obama administration in support of Rosa and her family.

RSVP to come hear modern-day prophet the Rev. Dr. William Barber II at Judson Memorial Church, Tues. September 30.

The largest climate march in history (September 21st in NYC) wouldn't be complete without a giant ARK – so we're building it with our multifaith friends. Find out how you can join in.

So much happened this summer, but if we emailed you every day you'd never forgive us. Instead, here's 1 email with our Top 7 Groundswell Summer Moments, ICYMI (in case you missed it).

Thank you for to everyone who signed our petition to the Obama Administration to stop the deportation of Rosa, a loving mother and member of our church and community. Today, we’re making sure the Administration hears from us in a way they can’t ignore.


Inspiring faithful action to heal and repair the world