The San Francisco Interfaith Council (SFIC) 94th Online Briefing for Community and Faith Partners welcomed Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity’s Nueva Esperanza Accompaniment Team (NEAT) Program Manager Kelly Younger, who offered an overview of her organization’s important work, the danger of exploiting unknowing immigrants for political gain, and practical ways in which San Francisco congregations can support newly arrived asylum seekers.
Also participating were Zoom Briefing Moderator/SFIC Executive Director Michael Pappas, Congregation Sha’ar Zahav Rabbi Mychal Copeland, San Francisco Office of Civic Engagement and Immigrant Affairs (OCEIA) Deputy Director Richard Whipple and Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity (NEAT) Program Coordinator Nadia Tavera Medina.
- Kelly Younger’s Slide Presentation
- Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity
- Nueva Esperanza Accompaniment Teams (NEAT) Program
- New Anchor Hosted Housing Program
- Partners St. Mary the Virgin Episcopal Church/Congregation Sherith Israel’s
- Accompaniment Experience
- ‘Migrant Buses’: The Crudest Face of a System Built to Exclude by Deborah Lee
- San Francisco Immigrant Support