A Note from the Community Care Coordinating Team (CCCT)
Opportunities to take action on immigrant justice issues Jaime Krish and Jessica Ingman highlighted at the January 8 service are listed below. Please note that Zoom options are available for these gatherings:
Faith Action Network (FAN) is a multi-faith, statewide partnership striving for a just, compassionate, and sustainable world through community building, education, and courageous public action. Their annual Advocacy Day in Olympia is Thursday, February 9 from 9-3. It will be a day of interfaith prayer, advocacy workshops, and meetings with our legislators to advocate for immigrant justice, food security, and more! For details and registration use this link: https://fanwa.org/interfaith-advocacy-day/ Contact Jess Ingman at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in carpooling.
Washington Immigrant Solitarity Network (WAISN) protects and advances the power of immigrant and refugee communities through a multiracial, multilingual, and multi-faith coalition. Their Advocacy Day in Olympia is Thursday, February 16 from 9-5. We will speak with Washington legislators about the importance of securing unemployment insurance for undocumented immigrants and extending health care access to all immigrants in the state of Washington. For details and registration use this link:
tinyurl.com/ms7ukk78 Contact WIJ Coordinators email@example.com if you are interested in carpooling
For more info Click Here.