Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity

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]

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Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity

1 day 6 hours ago

We must continue to fight for those still inside ICE detention centers, who’s voices are silenced. And for those who are now out but still fighting for their immigration cases!

Ending ICE transfers is one step forward to liberating our communities and allowing people to HEAL!

#keepfamiliestogether #VISIONAct

Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity

3 days 22 minutes ago

ICE transfers stop immigrants from being able to move forward and reintegrate back into their communities. The communities where their family and friends reside. The communities where they BELONG!

We must take action now and help the VISION Act get passed!

Please call the Governor and your senator! If in Senator Eggman’s district, call on behalf of Jon as well! And share his story!

We are stronger in numbers✊

#VISIONAct

Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity

4 days 7 hours ago

Transfers affect more than just the person being held in ICE custody. They affect their family, friends, and community. Our youth are suffering and having to grow up without their loved ones.

These transfers and the trauma caused are preventable. We must pass the VISION Act.

#VISIONAct

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We must continue to fight for those still inside ICE detention centers, who’s voices are silenced. And for those who are now out but still fighting for their immigration cases!

ICE transfers stop immigrants from being able to transform their lives and be reintegrated back into their communities. The communities where their family and friends resign. The communities where they BELONG!

We must take action now and help the VISION Act get passed!

California must stop criminalizing survivors, Black women like Tammy Cooper are often the most vulnerable, according to UCLA gender studies professor Alisa Bierria. #SB300 Check out story on LA Times article below

https://lat.ms/3cRlXAw

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  • Resources: IM4HI Films
    Detention into Death Sentence At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020, fathers, sons, brothers & grandfathers reached out to us from inside Mesa Verde immigration detention center with an urgent plea: COVID-19 “will turn our detention into a death sentence.” They have pleaded with ICE to no avail. We created this video […]
  • Juneteenth Celebration & Call for Reparations
    We were thrilled to host our first Juneteenth celebration in the city of Los Angeles, Saturday, June 18th, 2022. People gathered from various faith traditions, races, and backgrounds to commemorate and celebrate Juneteenth, which marks the official legal freedom of all African Americans some 157 years ago, on June 19, 1865, in the state of Texas. The celebration at […]
  • We Are Movement – IM4HI Song Video
    Enjoy this wonderful song written for and about the Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity!  Images include many of you who have been part of our work in the past few years.  Original music and lyrics by Benjasoul with lyrical help from the IM4HI staff. Video production by Sergio Jaime Lopez.
  • Accompaniment and Solidarity in Honduras
    by Professor Amy Argenal Seven years ago, I attended my first pilgrimage to Honduras as part of a group of faith leaders to explore the root causes of migration. I wanted to explore the root causes of migration so I could understand them and become a better advocate and solidarity partner.  Interfaith Movement for Human […]
  • Pilgrimage for a Better Future
    The Pilgrimage for a Better Future: From the Heartbreak of Immigrant Detention to Thriving Communities was an interfaith, spiritual pilgrimage to bear witness to the preventable human suffering caused by immigrant detention in California, as a prayer for their closures, the safe releases of those on the inside, and the transformation and thriving of local […]

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