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PEOPLE OF FAITH CALL-IN FOR HUMANE IMMIGRATION REFORM!

LAST JANUARY 22 nd THE IIC GENERATED OVER 1,200 CALLS WE MUST KEEP A STEADY MOMENTUM CALL YOUR SENATOR TODAY FOR HUMANE IMMIGRATION REFORM! IT’S OK TO CALL MORE THAN ONCE- CALL ONCE A WEEK! We’ve been praying and working for immigration reform, and now is our chance to make it a reality. On Tuesday, January 22nd, let’s […]

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JAN 22: NATIONAL FAITH CALL-IN DAY FOR HUMANE IMMIGRATION REFORM! Call 1-866-940-2439

Tuesday, January 22nd NATIONAL FAITH CALL-IN DAY FOR HUMANE IMMIGRATION REFORM! We’ve been praying and working for immigration reform, and now is our chance to make it a reality. On Tuesday, January 22nd, let’s welcome the new Congress by making sure they know that people of faith demand humane immigration reform in 2013. Call 1-866-940-2439 to be connected with BOTH […]

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Interfaith Immigration Coalition Sign On Letter for Compassionate Immigration Legislative Reform

The Interfaith Immigration Coalition (IIC), a coalition of 35 national faith-based organizations, calls on the 113th Congress to reform of our broken immigration system. For more than a decade, the IIC has been working with hundreds of congregations, service providers, and faith leaders across the country to educate communities, oppose anti-immigrant legislation, and work toward humane […]

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Interfaith Immigration Coalition Policy Recommendations to White House

Interfaith Immigration Coalition Policy Recommendation to White House  The Interfaith Immigration Coalition (IIC), a coalition of 35 national faith-based organizations, calls on the Obama Administration to seize the moment to champion legislative reform of our broken immigration system, and to promote immigrant integration and reduce harmful enforcement practices through administrative actions. For more than a decade, the IIC has been working […]

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December 10th 4 PM EST Conference Call – Breaking Bread and Building Bridges Campaign Plan for Reform!!

Here is the Link for Visual Power Point portion of Webinar https://secure.join.me/638-562-026 We are preparing to launch a new campaign called BREAKING BREAD AND BUILDING BRIDGES that will be part of the push for immigration reform at the federal level, but will also take into account the importance of building collective power at the local level and working […]

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Montana LR-121 Anti-immigrant Ballot Measure is counter to State’s Roots

Montana has a rich history of immigration, from the first settlers to the mass influx of immigrants who built the mining, timber, and coal industries that made this state prosperous. As a faith leader, I have serious concerns that ballot measure LR-121 runs counter to these immigrant roots and our religious traditions. I am not […]

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Anti-Immigrant Measure LR-121 on Montana Ballot

Sisters of Charity say Vote Against Montana LR-121 The Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth came to Helena and western Montana in 1868. When those pioneer Sisters arrived in Helena, the priests gave them their home because no lodging had yet been prepared; the sisters had traveled for days in a stagecoach. Similar welcoming attitudes have […]

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Presidential Debate on Immigration: Transcript

PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE October 16, 2012 QUESTION: Mr. Romney, what do you plan on doing with immigrants without their green cards that are currently living here as productive members of society? ROMNEY: Thank you. Lorraine? Did I get that right? Good. Thank you for your question. And let me step back and tell you what I […]

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