Sustainer Drive for Liberation
Join the Sustainer Drive for Liberation
Become one of hundred new monthly donors sustaining the Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity!
IM4HI works to reunite families, accompany immigrants, assure that private prisons and detention centers come to an end in California, and continue to reform the LA jails to promote humane and effective alternatives to the current system.
We are ending detention and mass incarceration with:
- Over 1000 faith-rooted volunteers
- More the 300 directly impacted partners
- 200 congregations statewide
A monthly donation makes an impact
Provides a volunteer training on visitation, post-release support for asylum seekers, and faith-rooted organizing
Sponsors a leader to attend an ambassador's training for those directly impacted by detention and incarceration.
Supports the "Faith Organizing for Liberation" Campaign that is committed to ending private prisons and immigration detention.
Thank you for standing with us!
Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity
Who We Are:
We are a statewide California organization that connects clergy and people of faith to the work of social justice. We work to make the criminal justice system more just, and the immigration system more fair and humane. In the last two years, we trained 1,500 people of faith to take leadership roles, engaged 140 congregations and partner organizations, and reached more than 35,000 people with a message of hope, love and resilience.
We Support Immigrants:
We organize people of faith to protect the rights, dignity and well-being of immigrants. We help educate and guide people congregations to become sanctuary congregations who can accompany, shelter, and advocate for people threatened by deportation. We train teams of volunteers to support and accompany people who are in detention or who have to attend frightening immigration hearings or begin their life as newcomers to this country. We host regular prayer vigils at immigration detention centers to make visible the humanity of those detained. And we bring the voices of faith leaders – both lay and professional – immigrant and non-immigrant – to coalition efforts that advocate for fair and compassionate immigration policies. We promote and nurture the leadership of directly impacted immigrants and faith allies to stand up for human rights and the dignity of all people.
We Oppose Mass Incarceration:
We engage communities of faith to transform and dismantle the mass criminalization of people of color. Currently, the focus of our Mass Incarceration work is in Los Angeles, home to the world’s largest jail system. We have created a network of “Beyond Bars” congregations committed to welcoming home formerly incarcerated persons and advocating for criminal justice reform. Our "Justice Not Jails" program in Los Angeles works to divest resources from jails to investment in effective alternatives. We also promote greater accountability of law enforcement.
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