Clergy Immigration Witness Network Launch and Breakfast

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Thursday, September 22, 2011 - 8:00am

Jennifer Piper and clergy 8-1-11

Jennifer Piper and clergy 8-1-11

At right, Jennifer Piper, AFSC Colorado Interfaith Organzing Director, visits with clergy Anne Dunlap at the August 1, 2011 vigil outside the GEO immigrant detention center in Aurora, Colorado.

Photo Credit: 
Jon Krieg

“Through witness, presence & prayer, demonstrate to immigrants they are not alone while demonstrating to the larger community our faiths’ commitment to justice.”

 Breakfast Burritos will be provided by El Centro Humanitario’s Women’s Project

RSVP by September 9 to:

Jennifer Piper at 303-623-3464 ext. 5 or

Have you ever spoken in support of immigrant rights…

… and felt alone?

Have you ever shown up to an immigrant rights event…

…and wondered “Where are all the other clergy?”

Have you wanted to be present to immigrant communities…

…but not known where to plug in?

...or if you are needed?

If you answered YES!,

We invite YOU to learn more and get involved!

Supported by the American Friends Service Committee, the Desert Mountain District of the A.M.E., the Colorado Council of Churches, the Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition, and the Interfaith Alliance of Colorado

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