Tag Archives: Immigration

UU Latinx DACA statement


To our Unitarian Universalist siblings,                                                         Sept. 6, 2017 Spirit of Life, Love and Justice we are hurting. We feel betrayed by the United States government and the people who support the current administration. We are […]

Sanctuary Sunday

Statue of Liberty Immigration

COME ATTEND SANCTUARY SUNDAY ON JUNE 11. Please join us at 11:15 a.m. in the Young Room for a three person panel. Each person will  present separate, yet coinciding, views of the Sanctuary/Deportation emergency in our community. Light refreshments will be available.  

Is First Church Called to Offer Sanctuary?

Immigration Rights Rally A 1 14 PM Cropped

By Kitty Willkomm, co-chair of Immigration Issues Group Last week, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions spoke to U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents in Nogales, Arizona. “Be forewarned,” he said. “This is a new era. This is the Trump era,” and announced plans to “fight against evil flooding up from Mexico.” Although Sessions was referring […]

Vulnerability, Criminality and Sanctuary: Immigrant Rights at a Pivotal Moment

Refugees Welcome

Vulnerability, Criminality and Sanctuary: Immigrant Rights at a Pivotal Moment March 12 Rachel Ida Buff, Professor, History, UWM Dr. Buff researches and writes on the history of immigrant rights. She will explore contemporary questions of policy and attitudes towards immigration and how questions of rights and justice for immigrants affect politics. She will provide a […]

Immigration as a Moral Issue

Statue of Liberty Immigration

By Kitty Willkomm ~Rev. Peter Morales, UUA President In answer to Rev. Morales’ very clear call to action, our own group concerns, and questions from several congregation members, the Immigration Issues Action Group has scheduled several activities. Group members, accompanied by the Rev. Jennifer, met with Nayeli Rodin-Valle, Los Voces de la Frontera’s local coordinator […]