Your voice matters. Advocate For Migrant Justice
The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee offers you opportunities to take action to ensure members of our shared community are not criminalized, separated from their families, detained in tent cities, and deported to danger.
Visit our Advocacy Guide to find tips on how to communicate with your legislator.
Take Direct Action
You can also speak out on immigrant rights and family separation by responding to local news articles and op-eds with a letter to the editor (LTE). Learn about how to submit an LTE and get sample content here.
- Accompaniment: Accompaniment helps stop deportations, reduce bond fees, and keep families together. By centering people’s dignity and choices in a system that takes away dignity and choices, we care for those who are criminalized for their being. Learn more at Love Resists.
- Learn more about the anti-racist practice for expanded sanctuary, accompaniment, and resistance through the online course, Changing Systems, Changing Ourselves.
- Offer physical or expanded sanctuary: More information can be found at Love Resists and in the Sanctuary Toolkit.