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We must demand that our public health departments IMMEDIATELY release detainees in ICE custody as well as all those charged with low-level and non-violent offenses. Call Ohio Governor and local government officials in Butler, Geauga, Morrow, and Seneca County Jails to demand that they #FreeThemAll.
Call your House representative and implore that they co-sponsor H.R. 1945, The Berta Cáceres Human Rights in Honduras Act, which calls for a suspension of U.S. security aid to Honduras until human rights violations committed by the Honduran security forces cease.
The Rapid Response Network responds to urgent human rights alerts from Colombia, Central America and Southern Mexico. As a result, human rights crimes are brought to light, perpetrators brought to justice, and lives spared. Our voices do make a difference!
No Safe Third Country Agreements with Central America! This petition will be submitted to Congressional representatives to demand they do everything in their power to stop the funding and implementation of ACA's . After signing this petition, you'll be directed to NISGUA's action page where you can learn more about ways to engage with your members of congress on this important issue.
The Trump administration is in the process of dismantling TPS protections for nearly 400,000 people. Just like vulnerable DACA recipients, TPS holders are at risk of being separated from their families and forcibly removed from the United States. Many have been here for decades with US-born children and grandchildren. Call your legislators. Demand an end to Trump's xenophobic agenda. Demand that Congress give protections to TPS and DACA holders before the end of 2020.
Demand that your congresspersons contactthe State Department and U.S. Embassy in Tegucigalpa, Honduras about the recent abduction and forced disappearance of four members of the Garifuna community of Triunfo de la Cruz: Snider Centeno, Aparicio Mejía García, Joel Martínez Álvarez, and Alber Sentana Thomas.