Immigration

California IAF, Immigration, Housing, Sheriff McDonnell, Mayor Eric Garcetti

One LA, with Mayor, Sheriff, Takes on Housing & Immigration

Friday, July 21, 2017
Angelus

500 One LA delegates from 28 member institutions assembled to hold themselves, and elected officials, accountable on a Sunday afternoon in July.  Delegates ratified a new strategy team, updated the bylaws, and pledged increased dues. Read more about One LA, with Mayor, Sheriff, Takes on Housing & Immigration

One LA IAF

Texas IAF, Senate Bill 4, Immigration, Sanctuary Cities, Dallas PD

700 DAI Leaders Clarify Impact of SB4 with Dallas Police

Monday, July 17, 2017
Dallas Morning News & A Dia Dallas

Before a packed audience of 700 leaders of Dallas Area Interfaith, and on the one-year anniversary of the shooting that took the lives of five police officers, Dallas Area Interfaith continued the public conversation about community relationships with the police in the context of SB4. Read more about 700 DAI Leaders Clarify Impact of SB4 with Dallas Police

Dallas Area Interfaith

SB4, Immigration Reform, cartels, priest, Fr. Kevin Collins, Texas IAF

Valley Interfaith Priest Concerned That SB4 Can Empower Cartels

Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Rio Grande Guardian

Following a press conference in which leaders of the Texas IAF Network of Organizations joined the Texas Catholic Conference of Bishops to oppose the anti-sanctuary cities bill, SB4, Fr. Kevin Collins of St. Eugene’s de Mazenod Catholic Church and Valley Interfaith in Brownsville had more to say. Read more about Valley Interfaith Priest Concerned That SB4 Can Empower Cartels

Valley Interfaith

Know Your Rights, civic academies, Texas IAF, Clergy

EPISO/Border Interfaith Clergy To Immigrants: You Are Not Alone

Friday, March 3, 2017
El Paso Times

Civic academies put together by the El Paso Interreligious Sponsoring Organization (EPISO) and Border Interfaith are drawing upwards of 50 parishioners per session eager to learn how to use their civil rights to protect family members from deportation. Read more about EPISO/Border Interfaith Clergy To Immigrants: You Are Not Alone

Border Interfaith

Bishops, Religious, Comprehensive Immigration Reform, Texas IAF

TMO, Religious Call for Comprehensive Immigration Reform

Monday, March 6, 2017
Houston Chronicle & More

In the face of increased deportations and growing fears of family separation, TMO clergy and Texas Bishops held a joint press conference calling on Congress to pass comprehensive immigration reform with a path towards citizenship.  Catholic Cardinal Daniel DiNardo stood with United Methodist Bishop Scott Jones, Lutheran Bishop Michael Rinehart, Presbyterian pastor Rev. Lynne Hargrove, Episcopal pastor Rev. Uriel Osnaya, Baptist pastor Rev. Read more about TMO, Religious Call for Comprehensive Immigration Reform

TMO

Texas IAF, Bexar County, Immigration, Neighborhood Safety, SB4

COPS/Metro, with Bexar Sheriff & Judge, Rallies Vs. Anti-Immigrant Bill

Saturday, May 6, 2017
San Antonio Express-News

On Friday, COPS/Metro leaders stood with Bexar County and San Antonio elected leaders calling on Governor Abbott to not sign SB 4 (“sanctuary cities” bill) into law.  Speakers against the bill included Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar, San Antonio Police Chief William McManus, County Judge Nelson Wolff and state Sen. Jose Menendez. Read more about COPS/Metro, with Bexar Sheriff & Judge, Rallies Vs. Anti-Immigrant Bill

Cops/ Metro Alliance

Immigration, Know Your Rights, California IAF, Los Angeles

One LA Leaders Educate 1,000 & Launch Immigration Strategy

Friday, March 17, 2017
One LA

In the first three month of the year, One LA leaders engaged over 1,000 LA County residents through fifteen ‘Know Your Rights’ civic academies hosted by member institutions. Read more about One LA Leaders Educate 1,000 & Launch Immigration Strategy

One LA IAF

Nevada IAF, Immigration Reform, Senator Cortez-Masto

NCG Engages Nevada Senator Cortez-Masto About Immigration System

Monday, April 17, 2017
Nevada Independent & Las Vegas Review-Journal

200 leaders of Nevadans for the Common Good were joined by US Senator Catherine Cortez-Masto for a civic academy on immigration at All Saint’s Episcopal Church. Read more about NCG Engages Nevada Senator Cortez-Masto About Immigration System

Nevadans for the Common Good

Immigration
Tuesday, June 20, 2017 - 16:30

VOICE Wins Immigrant Protections in Schools & Recognition of Jewish, Muslim Holidays

At a 535-person action held in Fairfax County and a 275-person action in Prince William County, VOICE won commitments from both jurisdictions that County Police will not act as agents of Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE). Public school systems in both counties also committed to honoring Jewish and Muslim holidays by issuing new regulations that student absences related to the celebration of religious holidays will not affect attendance records. There will also be no tests or major school events scheduled during those holidays. Read more about VOICE Wins Immigrant Protections in Schools & Recognition of Jewish, Muslim Holidays


immigrants, drivers license, Ted Vaden, driving safety, St. Thomas More Catholic

Victory for Immigrant Drivers in North Carolina

Friday, April 7, 2017
The News & Observer

A year-long issue campaign culminated in a 600-person action on March 28th where the District Attorney, James Woodall, spoke to Orange County Justice United and publicly committed to a deferral program for unlicensed, yet otherwise safe drivers. Read more about Victory for Immigrant Drivers in North Carolina

Durham CAN

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