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Our report details the very flawed & racist legal categories the administration is relying on with new policies they state will reduce the harmful impacts of immigration enforcement. It also identifies the lack of compliance on the part of ICE -- an agency mired in racism.

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  • Local Leadership during COVID: Gregorio’s Story
    Like so many immigrants in the community, Gregorio found himself without work when COVID-19 hit. His NEAT team from Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto (UUCPA) asked their congregation to offer him work opportunities until his regular work resumed. They also recorded Gregorio telling his story and shared parts of the video to introduce him […]
  • KPFA: Detaining “Unaccompanied” Migrant Children in Detention Centers in California??
    KPFA Women’s Magazine broadcast: “Today, the topic is the incarceration of migrant children in California detention centers, a horrifying direction for our state. Unaccompanied children are held in detention centers on both sides of the US-Mexico border. … Rev. Deborah Lee, Executive Director of the Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity, has worked at the intersection of […]
  • Religion News Service: “Faith leaders concerned about Southern California temporary shelters for migrant children”
    LOS ANGELES (RNS) — Faith leaders say they are concerned about new temporary shelters that have been set up at Southern California event centers to house unaccompanied migrant children. … “Regardless of what they are called, the government is holding children in large scale detention facilities,” the Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity said in a statement. […]
  • Faith Leaders Express Concern Over Large Scale Facilities for Confining Children
    For Immediate Release:  Monday, April 26, 2021Press Contact: Hilda Cruz, Los Angeles, CA— On April 8, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors announced that the Pomona Fairplex facility will house immigrant children and minors in a location which was used as a temporary detention camp for Japanese Americans during WWII. This news mirrors […]
  • Chauvin Verdict: Time to Reimagine Public Safety
    Rev. Deborah Lee and Rev. Larry W. Foy We share a sense of somber relief in response to yesterday’s guilty verdict of Derek Chauvin. George Floyd was a father, son, and brother whose life mattered.  We pray this verdict brings some measure of healing and acknowledgement to the Floyd family, and is a first step […]

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