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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💛Join us today at 3pm for our Our Love Over Fear concert at the Fruitvale BART Plaza in Oakland,CA! Our campaign is all about creating community safety by uplifting BIPOC history, culture, and art.

💚Come see amazing local musicians perform, such as Francisco Herrera, Meche ita, Dyna Erie (Wild Choir), and more!

🧡Let’s come together to reimagine what community safety means to us. Join us and be a part of keeping our communities thriving!

#LoveOverFear #CommunitySafety #Empowerment #Oakland
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💛Join us today at 3pm for our Our Love Over Fear concert at the Fruitvale BART Plaza in Oakland,CA! Our campaign is all about creating community safety by uplifting BIPOC history, culture, and art. 

💚Come see amazing local musicians perform, such as Francisco Herrera, Meche ita, Dyna Erie (Wild Choir), and more!

🧡Let’s come together to reimagine what community safety means to us. Join us and be a part of keeping our communities thriving! 

#LoveOverFear #CommunitySafety #Empowerment #Oakland
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Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity

This Juneteenth, let’s honor freedom by ending involuntary servitude in California prisons. Support ACA 8, The End Slavery in California Act, to ensure no one is forced to work against their will.

The connection to ACA 8 (Assembly Constitutional Amendment 😎, also known as the “End Slavery in California Act,” lies in its aim to address modern forms of involuntary servitude. In California, there exists a constitutional clause that allows for involuntary servitude as a punishment for a crime. This outdated provision perpetuates a system where incarcerated individuals are compelled to work against their will, akin to a form of forced labor.

By supporting ACA 8, advocates seek to remove this exception from California’s state constitution. This amendment would align California law with modern principles of human rights and justice, ensuring that no person, regardless of their incarceration status, is subjected to involuntary servitude. The aim is to honor the spirit of Juneteenth by actively working to end all forms of slavery and ensuring that freedom and dignity are upheld for all individuals.

Learn more about Juneteenth here: nmaahc.si.edu/explore/stories/historical-legacy-Juneteenth

#Juneteenth #EndInvoluntaryServitude #ACA8 #Freedom #Justice”
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This Juneteenth, let’s honor freedom by ending involuntary servitude in California prisons. Support ACA 8, The End Slavery in California Act, to ensure no one is forced to work against their will.

The connection to ACA 8 (Assembly Constitutional Amendment 😎, also known as the “End Slavery in California Act,” lies in its aim to address modern forms of involuntary servitude. In California, there exists a constitutional clause that allows for involuntary servitude as a punishment for a crime. This outdated provision perpetuates a system where incarcerated individuals are compelled to work against their will, akin to a form of forced labor.

By supporting ACA 8, advocates seek to remove this exception from California’s state constitution. This amendment would align California law with modern principles of human rights and justice, ensuring that no person, regardless of their incarceration status, is subjected to involuntary servitude. The aim is to honor the spirit of Juneteenth by actively working to end all forms of slavery and ensuring that freedom and dignity are upheld for all individuals.

Learn more about Juneteenth here: https://nmaahc.si.edu/explore/stories/historical-legacy-Juneteenth

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All of Us or None HQ🗣️📣 Calling AOUON and community members ‼️

Rally with us on Tuesday, June 18th to tell the Capitol we don’t want slavery in California! 👏

All of Us or None will be joined with faith-led action groups and our coalition members for a day of advocacy! Join us for a press conference, rally, public comment, and to tell the senators and the Governor we want to end involuntary servitude in CA! ✊

You won’t want to miss this! There will be many opportunities to tell our elected officials to end slavery 🔥 If you have any questions, please email Jeronimo at jeronimo@prisonerswithchildren.org

Date: Tues, June 18th
9:00 am: Press conference & rally with advocates from ACA 8 Coalition and faith leaders.
– Location: Area 27: 1315 10th St Sacramento, CA 95814
9:30 am: Make public comment at Senate Election Committee.
– Location: Capitol Annex Swing Space: 1021 O Street, Room 2100 Sacramento, CA 95814
Around 11:30 am: March to deliver letters to senators at the Swing Space.

See you on Tuesday! 💯
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