Interfaith Immigration Summer of Action Toolkit - What action are you taking?
It’s time for a congressional intervention. President Trump has requested billions of dollars for indiscriminate deportations of community members and an unprecedented number of immigrants in detention. Unless they hear a resounding NO from their constituents, members of Congress are poised to develop a budget that expands immigration enforcement and slashes programs that protect the most vulnerable.

We have an opportunity to let the prophetic voice ring out and empower our legislators to resist a budget designed to escalate the attack on our neighbors who are immigrants and refugees. Join the Interfaith Immigration Coalition for a webinar on Five Ways We Can Defund the Deportation Machine together. We will walk you through tangible actions you can take each week from July through August so that Congress hears from communities of faith loudly and boldly throughout the summer.

1. Attend town halls and public events with your Members of Congress to make your voice heard
2. Call and tweet your Members of Congress and request visits from their local offices
3. Write an opinion editorial or letter to the editor in support of funding that protects immigrants and refugees
4. Meet with your Member of Congress over August recess
5. Host a vigil, rally, or public event that showcases support for immigrants and refugees in your community

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What actions are you taking this summer to defund the deportation and detention machine and protect immigrants & refugees?
Would you like support from IIC in getting connected to people in your area? (as we are able!)
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