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Colorado's Sanctuary Movement

Stand with sanctuary leaders Araceli, Ingrid, Rosa, and Sandra

Today, congregations in Colorado are providing sanctuary to more immigrants than any other state.  

A growing number of individuals, faith groups, and organizations are coming together to take a powerful stand against immigration enforcement policies that tear apart families and communities throughout our state.   

We invite you to learn more about the courageous sanctuary leaders who are at the forefront of this movement—and join us in rejecting unjust and inhumane policies and practices. 

Together, we will continue to work for immigration policies that truly respect the dignity and value of all people in our communities. 

Click here to learn about the “People’s Campaign: We Can Create a Path,” a campaign led by these four incredible caretakers to invigorate the community and ask Congress to create simple, transparent, and efficient paths to status for Araceli, Ingrid, Rosa, and Sandra and thousands of other Coloradans. And read the People's Resolution

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Araceli

Araceli, a mother of three, fled El Salvador in 2010 fearing for her life.

Ingrid

Facing deportation, Ingrid made the hard decision to return to sanctuary.

Sandra

Sandra lives in Silt with her husband, and three U.S. citizen children–ages 2, 13, and 18. 

Rosa

Rosa, a church secretary, has lived in the U.S. for over 30 years and cares for her parents, who are U.S. citizens.

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