Although new reports seem to indicate wholesale round ups of immigrants have been postponed, the threat remains.
For those concerned about the threat against both undocumented and documented immigrants, we offer a resource.
Interfaith Mobilization for Human Integrity, a California based activist and advocacy organization we trust, has a comprehensive guide to action.
Take a look here
We encourage those in California to join with IM4HI in their trainings and with their activist alert rapid response efforts, all spelled out in this link.
Please do whatever you can.
If you wish another action, you can call the office of Sarah Fabian of the Justice Department who argued that children in concentration camps (our words, not theirs) don't need soap, toothpaste and brushes, and other items such as beds and blankets. She made this argument before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Tuesday, June 18. If you'd like to address these issues, her office number is 202-532-4824.
If you'd care to address these issues with your Senator or Representative, please call 202-224-3121
Below are examples of posters you can print out and display at your home, place of worship, or place of work.
Whatever you can do, please do it. This is a potential crisis of historic dimenstions. Human lives are on the line. We need your witness and your action to protect families, channel them into human and responsible paths to residence and citizenship.
We must never be left with the question: where were YOU when the families were rounded up?