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East Bay Interfaith Immigration Coalition


The East Bay Interfaith Immigration Coalition is a group of faith leaders who meet monthly to work for humane immigration reform.  The EBIIC's purpose is:

  • to seize the critical moment for national immigration reform
  • to raise the religious voice and deliver a message of specific values and issues
  • to specifically engage in legislative action, accompaniment of persons facing deportation, education of congregations and community, and relationship building among agencies and churches in the East Bay.

For more information about the monthly meetings, contact Elizabeth Henry at info (at) workingeastbay (dot) org.

The East Bay Interfaith Immigration Coalition has signed on to the Interfaith Platform on Humane Immigration Reform

For more resources related to immigration, visit Grace Urban Ministries' Immigration resources page and our compilation of interfaith immigration resources. 


Interfaith Committee Vigil in Response to SB1070
November 16th, 2010
Faith and community groups form across the Bay Area came together the day before the November 2nd elections in response to SB1070, an unjust immigration law in Arizona.

Faith Groups Call for Immigration Reform in Moving Interfaith Service
by Elizabeth Henry
March 4th, 2010

Immigration reform: "Interfaith Call to Love" in SF brought community together
by Emilie RagusoOakland Local
February 24th, 2010

Interfaith Call to Love: Prayerfully Stand for Immigration Reform

 
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