Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, the Baháʼí faith and many others share a central commitment to the sacredness of every person.
Welcome the refugee.
Treat the stranger as your own.
Compassion knows no borders.
Love has no walls.
For more than twenty years, the Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity has been joining hands with people of faith to act on these core beliefs. We defend the humanity of the immigrant and fight for the rights of the incarcerated. Working at the intersection of spirituality and social movements, we mobilize congregations to take a stand on issues of social justice like immigration and mass incarceration… [read more]
This week we rejoice with Willie and his wife!
Willie, who had experienced detention at one of the worst times during covid, had his court hearing this past week and got good news. He will no longer have to check in with an ICE officer. He will be permitted to seek adjustment to his immigration case through his wife, who had petitioned him a long time ago. His case confirms that ICE detention is NOT necessary because people can navigate the system better with community help.
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- Video: the Sanctuary Huddle at St. John’sThe Sanctuary HuddleSt. John’s Presbyterian Church, San Francisco, CARev. Dr. Theresa Cho (she/her), Pastorstjohnssf.orgstjohnssf.org/sanctuary
- What School Doesn’t Teach YouWhat School Doesn’t Teach You: Learning About the Immigration System Firsthand by IM4HI Youth Leader Hulissa Aguilar On May 28, 2022 I began my 5-day journey on the The Pilgrimage for a Better Future, a journey to visit each of the seven immigrant detention centers in California, having no idea what to expect. My father […]
- Local groups help formerly incarcerated man back on his feet…Hilda Cruz, a lead organizer for the Interfaith Movement [for Human Integrity] in the Inland Empire, gave a presentation at Claremont United Church of Christ … about asylum seekers being held at the Adelanto facility… Read the full Claremont Courier article.
- Federal ICE transfers hurt Modesto residents after paying their debts to society…I traveled to the Mesa Verde ICE Processing Center in Bakersfield as a representative from the immigration commission for the Episcopal Diocese of San Joaquin, joining participants in a pilgrimage from the Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity, a multifaith immigrant rights group… Jonathan Partridge Jonathan Partridge is a Turlock resident who serves as co-chair of […]
- ‘Migrant Buses’: The Crudest Face of a System Built to Exclude…Racism lies at the heart of the restrictive US immigration system. Asylum offers one of the few narrow exceptions for entry—but asylum seekers now find themselves props for GOP political stunts… Rev. Deborah Lee Rev. Deborah Lee is the Executive Director of the Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity. Read her full article at Convergence Magazine.