Central American Refugee Caravan: How do we ensure a moral and lawful response?

Sunday, December 9, 12:30pm
Hosted by First United Methodist Church of Sacramento, CA
2100 J St.
Sacramento, CA 95816
The Reconciling and Social Justice Team of First United Methodist Church is hosting an event titled, "Central American Refugee Caravan: How do we ensure a moral and lawful response?" While many faith traditions and people of conscience are called to welcome the stranger, we will also highlight our legal responsibility to those who are seeking asylum. And we have a moral responsibility because of the role our taxes and government have played in creating the unsafe and unstable conditions in Central America that these people are seeking refuge from. It will include a presentation and discussion led by Dr. Duane Campbell, CSUS Prof. Emeritus of Education and Cori Ring-Martinez, activist and volunteer with U.S. El Salvador Sister Cities. Both are active locally on immigration rights issues.
Parking is located in two parking lots off J Street and adjacent to the church. The larger parking lot can be reached by entering the smaller lot off J Street or the alley between 21st and 22nd Streets. Parking can also be found on the streets around the church. On Sundays there is no cost for street parking.
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