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UUSC President Responds to Delay in Title 42 Termination

In response to the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to freeze the termination of the Title 42 deportation policy, UUSC President Rev. Mary Katherine Morn issued the following statement:

“Title 42 is a heartless way to control the U.S. border and goes against international human rights protections and diminishes human dignity. People are migrating and pursuing their own self-determination in the face of climate injustice, protracted violence, and displacement from their homes. Communities across the United States have shown our government what sanctuary for people seeking safety looks like, by welcoming them into their homes, and by accompanying them on the journey to protect their legal rights. Our communities will be stronger if our democracy can seek to support migrant rights and immigration reform.”


The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC) is a human rights and solidarity organization founded as a rescue mission in 1940 during the Holocaust. Based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and with a membership of more than 35,000 supporters across the United States, UUSC’s programs focus on the issues of climate and disaster justice, migrant justice, and international justice and accountability.