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Love Resists Through Radical Presence: ICE & Court Accompaniment Programs
Bryan Stevenson told UU’s at last year’s General Assembly that to make a difference, we must get proximate to the suffering. More and more congregations are looking for ways to do this effectively; to resist the current administration’s racist actions and to stop unnecessary deportations. ICE and court accompaniment programs enable supporters to journey alongside people fighting for their own freedom and dignity, and hold the system accountable. In our immigration and criminal justice systems that often results in unjust outcomes, accompaniment programs can make a real difference. Hear about some established ICE and Court accompaniment programs in the country about how accompaniment has helped to stop deportations, reduce bonds, and keep families together. As Stevenson says: “if you are willing to get closer to people who are suffering, you will find the power to change the world.”

Mar 27, 2018 7:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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