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The Reverend Dr. Betty Stapleford speaks at the 2017 Immigrant Day in Sacramento. News reports estimated one thousand people gathered to rally and meet with our legislators.
SB54 (The California Values Act) would declare California public schools, hospitals, libraries and courthouses sanctuary places from immigration enforcement. In the California Senate, amendments were made to the bill to meet the concerns of moderate legislators, and SB54 now allows local law enforcement agencies to notify ICE about individuals convicted of serious or violent felonies […]
UPDATE: April 20, 2017–Following intense global public outcry and extensive efforts to track him down, US citizen and human rights activist Hugo Castro was found alive on Tuesday, April 19th! Yet, while thankfully he is not another statistic in a country where thousands disappear each year, he is far from safe. Hugo appears to […]
Monday, May 15, 2017, 8:30am-4pm For over 20 years, the California immigrant rights movement has convened annually at the state capitol for a day of advocacy, to champion the rights of the community and celebrate immigrants as part of the fabric of our state. The Unitarian Universalist Justice Ministry of California participates with many state […]