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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- World Without Walls: Global Day of InterActionDear Bay Area World Without Walls Community, On this November 9, we write to you in solidarity with the global movement for a world without walls of expulsion, exclusion, and exploitation. COVID’s unveiling has revealed all the more clearly the devastation of walls of separation and oppression, as well as our need to band together […]
- Reparations: More Than A CheckJustice Not Jails First Thursdays presents Reparations: More Than A CheckIM4HI and our special guests from Grassroots Reparations Campaign discuss the Reparations movement in the United States. The time is now for people who have benefited and continue to benefit from the blood, sweat, and tears, and free labor of enslaved people to atone for […]
- Kasama ng Kalayaan – Together for FreedomAmong many immigrant communities in the Bay Area, Filipinx are deeply impacted by inhumane immigration and criminal legal policies and practices. Many Filipinx migrate and settle in under-resourced and over-policed neighborhoods, lacking culturally-relevant services, and funneling youth into the prison system. In addition, inhumane immigration policies create extensive wait-lists, separating families for decades, forcing many […]
- Filipinx American History MonthHinabing mga kasaysayan tungkol sa pananampalataya at katarunganWeaving the stories of faith and justice Weaving our banig (woven mat) Filipino American History Month (FAHM) is a time the Filipinx community in the U.S. diaspora lifts up and celebrates our legacy within the U.S., our stories of migration, our stories of contribution to this land. In […]
- Strengthen the Safety NetDonate to the IM4HI Migrant & Prisoner Emergency Support Fund Over the past five years, individuals like you have donated over $30,000 through our Migrant & Prisoner Emergency Support Fund. This fund covers emergencies when immigrants we accompany have no safety net. In this time of Shelter-in-Place, Jorge*, his wife Celeste*, and their niece Suni* […]