Holy Alliance of Jews, Christians, Muslims Protects Migrants From Trump’s Deportation Efforts

The number of religious sanctuary communities in the U.S. soared from 400 in 2016 to 1,100 in 2017, as congregations come together to help immigrants amid rising attempts to deport and separate families

Dina Kraft
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El Salvadorian refugee Araceli Velasquez being welcomed into the Park Hill United Methodist and Temple Micah community in 2017, with Rabbi Adam Morris on the right.
Dina Kraft
Dina Kraft

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