stop family separation and protect immigrant survivors
contact your members of congress today
View NCEDSV’s full statement and ways to show your support here.
NCEDSV, as the statewide coalition to end domestic and sexual violence, encourages you to urge your friends, family, and social media networks to VOTE NO on two anti-immigrant bills moving through the House this week. The House is expected to vote on two anti-immigrant bills on Thursday, June 21, 2018. One proposed by Rep. Goodlatte, Securing America’s Future Act of 2018 (H.R. 4760) and another proposed by Speaker Ryan, Border Security and Immigration Reform Act of 2018 (H.R. 6136). Neither bill addresses the administration’s policy of separating families, and neither bill fixes the administration’s decision to end DACA.
The American Immigration Lawyers’ Association has a brief summary of both bills available here.
My name is _______ and I’m calling from [City and State] I‘m calling today to tell [Representative________ ] to vote NO on both the Goodlatte bill (H.R. 4760) and the Paul Ryan’s Border Security And Immigration Reform Act (H.R. 6136). These bills will harm domestic violence and sexual assault survivors, fail to adequately protect Dreamers, limit protections existing for abused and neglected children, and they fail to address the family separation crisis at the border.
Use Hashtags #KeepFamiliesTogether and #EndFamilyDetention
This information summarizes postings prepared by the Asian Pacific Institute on Gender-Based Violence, The National Alliance to End Sexual Violence, CALCASA and the California Coalition Partnership to End Domestic Violence.