Calling immigrants and allies: leadership needed

Leaders of the New Mexico Faith Coalition for Immigrant Justice are joining together to plan a sustained plan for the next several months that not only highlight opportunities to engage in education, advocacy, and direct service needs, but how this issue of family separation and family detention is seen within the context of systemic problems and attacks on the immigrant community at all levels. The efforts that NMFCIJ is undertaking need thoughtful leadership from the affected community and from allies who prioritize centering those most directly affected. 

If this is you, please let Rafael know you're ready to jump on board ( or 505-226-1642).

Support the NMFCIJ and other local groups in NM like the Santa Fe Dreamers Project which is taking strong leadership in these efforts, as well as groups like Annunciation House, Detained Migrant Solidarity Committee, and Las Americas in El Paso who are at the center of this work and needing support.