Statement from UUSC CEO and President Rev. Mary Katherine Morn on COVID-19

Challenging Injustice, Advancing Human Rights

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Send a Letter: Congress must prioritize human rights in immigration funding

Do not allow abuse and hate in the name of immigration enforcement.

The President continues his immoral misuse of executive authority, advancing hateful policies that leave immigrant communities vulnerable to deportation and asylum-seekers fleeing violence with little refuge. Congress has the power to halt the expansion of the president’s hateful, anti-immigrant agenda by denying increased funding for immigration enforcement. Right now, Congress is actively debating funding that, if approved, will undermine human rights and asylum—your legislators need to hear from you before they vote!

Send a letter urging Congress to support human rights by withholding funding for immigration detention, prosecution, deportation, and border militarization. Start by entering your information below so that we can match you with the correct district. When you hit “submit” you’ll be taken to a draft letter, which you can personalize before sending.


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