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State of the Union 2019

State of the Union 2019

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@afsc_org

AFSC

AFSC is a Quaker organization that includes people of various faiths committed to social justice. 

@67suenos

67Sueños

AFSC's 67 Sueños project raises the voices of migrant youth in local and national debates about their futures. 

@AllianceSnDiego

Alliance San Diego

Alliance San Diego is the community empowerment organization that builds coalitions to promote justice and social change.

@AAAJ_AAJC

Asian Americans Advancing Justice

Working to empower #AAPIs to participate in our democracy and fight for civil and human rights.

@jewishaction

Bend the Arc

Bend the Arc’s political advocacy arm harnesses the collective power of progressive American Jews to change policy and build a more just and equal nation.

@DetentionWatch

Detention Watch Network

DWN is national coalition building power through collective advocacy, grassroots organizing, and strategic communications to abolish immigration detention in the U.S.

@iAmericaAction

iAmerica Action

iAmerica is a national campaign driven by diverse organizations, created to offer informational tools and interactive opportunities for immigrants and their families to become full participants in our nation’s democracy.

@LaRed_FIA

LA RED (Faith in Action)

LA RED is Faith in Action's immigration campaign working to dismantle the deportation & detention machine and ending the criminalization of immigrants

 

@NIJC

Nat'l Immigrant Justice Center

NIJC is a legal aid organization that advocates for human rights and immigration reform with offices in Chicago, Indiana, and Washington, D.C.

@SEIU

SEIU

Service Employees International Union, a leading voice for labor & change for working people.

@SBCCoalition

SBCC

Formed in March 2011, the Southern Border Communities Coalition brings together 60 organizations from San Diego, CA to Brownsville, TX.

UndocuBlack Network

UndocuBlack is a multigenerational network of Black undocumented people organizing our communities and building power. Led by Black undocumented people. 

@UnitedWeDream

United We Dream

UWD is the first and largest immigrant youth-led organization in the nation. 

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#DefundHate

Get more resources about the #DefundHate Coalition.

Working for immigrant rights

AFSC works to stop detention and deportation, which tears families apart and and harm our communities. Joining with immigrant-led efforts across the U.S., we advocate for humane immigration policies that respect the dignity of all people. 

AFSC staff Pedro Rios, Kathryn Johnson, and Kristin Kumpf will live-tweet during the State of the Union. 

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5 reasons to resist our government’s efforts to militarize border communities

Border militarization has killed thousands of migrants and terrorizes communities, while making no one safer.

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