It’s time for Americans to take action and stand up for our fellow human beings. Action does not have to mean donating an money to a non-profit.
It can be as simple as picking up the phone and calling your senator (we’ve done this, it takes 5-7 minutes at most) - See Instructions Below To Call Your Senator :
RAICES: Refugees and Immigration Center for Education and legal Services
ASAP: Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project
The Florence Project: providing free social and legal services to detained immigrants
ActBlue: Working together with 10 distinct non-profits to support families at the border
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