The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) became a law 25 years ago, providing crucial protections for women and survivors of domestic violence. VAWA is now up for reauthorization but is being held up in the Senate. Please ask your senators to vote for this important bill.
As people of faith we are called to a higher standar of thruth-telling and integrity. Call on every member of Congress to publicly denounce the words and actions of the president during his phone call with Ukakraian President.
The GRACE Act would set a minimum refugee admissions goal of 95,000 people each year and take away the power from the president to end the refugee program.
The Climate Stewardship Act will legislate the planting of over 4 billion trees by 2030, restoring wetlands, and investing in conservation agriculture practices for family farmers while creating over 200,000 jobs for urban youth and communities of color.
We must all work to protect the rights of Americans of all religious backgrounds. This benefits us all. The No Ban Act would repeal the Muslim ban and prevent future administrations from issuing a similar one.
Crucial programs that assist individuals preparing to leave prison are in jeopardy right now because Congress has not funded the FIRST STEP Act. Ask your senators and representative to fund the FIRST STEP Act toreduce recidivism.
Thoughts and prayers are not enough. As a person of faith, use your voice to call for Congress to pass sensible legislation to address gun violence.
Use your voice to tell Congress that no one belongs in a detention camp. Urge them to release families, stop ineffective enforcement practices, and invest in long-term solutions.
Tell Congress to stand for immigration policies that honor the God-given dignity of every person, protect family unity, and promote thriving communities.
As people of faith, we are called to build and imagine right relationship with others and the earth. Call on Congress to enact bold, just, and transformative climate policies for the protection and thriving of people and the planet.
The maternal death rate is higher today than it was 25 years ago in the U.S.