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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- IM4HI Faith and Race Timeline on Incarceration and ImmigrationHistory— the stories we tell about the events of the past— impacts the way we interpret the events of the present, and the way we shape the events of our future. The Faith and Race Timeline, created by the Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity, invites us to see the threads and throughlines between the past […]
- Youth Voices Say: Stop ICE TransfersChange will happen when everyone is aware of the injustice that exists within our immigrant communities and families. We have so much power, more than we even know. We can and will help change this country’s immigration system. We the youth are the future. We must stand together to help keep our families and communities […]
- Project Thrive: Floreciendo tus SueñosIM4HI is excited to announce that we are one of eight organizations awarded a grant through the California Department of Labor’s SEED Initiative to promote the entrepreneurship of immigrants, English language learners, and those who face employment barriers, regardless of their immigration status. Together with you, IM4HI has been accompanying and supporting immigrants, asylum seekers […]
- Our faith values safeguard the human rights of DACA recipients, asylum seekers, and unaccompanied minorsBy: Miriam Noriega, IM4HI Program Director I still believe in my country, even though I have personally experienced discrimination for being undocumented. This week the immigrant and ally community felt a gut punch at the news of the judge stopping new applicants for DACA. The right to work is a human right, and ending DACA […]
- Just Closures: Releases Not TransfersPlease join Detention Watch Network for “Just Closures: Releases Not Transfers” webinar. During this one hour webinar, learn from attorneys and organizers on how to demand and push for releases not transfers as we continue to build the movement to shut down immigration detention centers. Speakers will also highlight pitfalls from shutdown fights and the […]