East Bay Interfaith Immigration Coalition (EBIIC)

East Bay Interfaith Immigration Coalition (EBIIC) We are a network of faith leaders across the East Bay who are deeply concerned from our faith convic

As our diverse faith traditions teach us to welcome our brothers and sisters with love and compassion--regardless of their place of birth--we call on the Administration and Congress of the United States of America to enact humane and equitable immigration reform. Our faith communities in the San Francisco Bay Area are deeply concerned with the treatment of
migrants within our borders and the well

ness of the poor across our world. We call for immigration reform because each day in our congregations, service programs, healthcare facilities, and schools we witness the human consequences of a broken and outdated system. We see the exploitation of undocumented workers and the plight of separated families, as well as the escalation of fear in the community due to indiscriminate raids and local police acting as federal immigration agents. Humane immigration reform would help put an end to this suffering, which offends the dignity of all human beings. In the East Bay, we have witnessed violence committed against immigrants because they are not as protected as others, and many are afraid to call the police. The Hebrew Bible tells us: “ The strangers who sojourn with you shall be to you as the natives among you, and you shall love them as yourself; for you were strangers in the land of Egypt” (Leviticus 19:33-34). In the Christian Scriptures, Jesus tells us to welcome the stranger, for “what you do to the least of my brethren, you do unto me” (Matthew 25:40). The Qur’an tells us that we should “do good to..those in need, neighbors who are near, neighbors who are strangers, the companion by your side, the wayfarer that you meet” (4:36). The Hindu Taitiriya Upanishad tells us: “The guest is a representative of God” (1.11.2).

Immigrant Youth Coalition

Please Call ASAP- The second number on the video has typo.
Please Call- 619-498-9700 and 619-216-4000

Video of the kidnapping of Teresa, mother of 2, today in Boyle Heights! 😡 We are waiting for another call from her hoping for the best. Community pressure has definitely been felt by Customs and Border Patrol. Thank you everyone who has called, shared and supported! thank you to Nieves for working on this video!

Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity

Hear from our summer interns from Jesus, Justice and Poverty Institute as they prepare for this month's vigil at West County Detention Facility this Saturday!

We hope to see you at WCDF, 5555 Giant Highway, Richmond, at 11 am this Saturday!

Check out this video announcement for Saturday's Immigration Vigil by our Jesus, Justice, Poverty summer interns who will be leading!!


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