Love Resists Campaign
Anti-Racist Practice for Sanctuary, Accompaniment, and Resistance
Join a five-session monthly online course that explores how to offer grounded solidarity without reproducing oppressive practices. This is a community of people of faith and conscience committed to taking action as well as practicing reflection, connecting practical skills related to accompaniment and expanded sanctuary with anti-racist practice.
Download resources and tools to bring the Love Resists campaign to your community by expanding sanctuary, growing solidarity and raising your voice.
We must provide Safe spaces for those under threat. people of faith and conscience are expanding what it means to offer "sanctuary" to include not only physical sanctuary, but also sanctuary policies, sanctuary campuses, and sanctuary community support networks.
Accompaniment of individuals and families facing ICE and courts centers people's dignity and choices in a system that takes away dignity and choice. We fight for one another as we would for family or friends because we are family and friends.
On any given night, more than 450,000 people who have not been convicted of any crime are locked up in jail simply because they don't have enough money to pay bail. Universalism means no one is disposable and interdependence means that none of us are truly free as long as people are in jail.
Start with your community partners, and let your roots and relationships be your guide.
Find the hope and inspiration that will keep you grounded as you work to bend the long arc of justice.
Tools and tips to help your congregation or spiritual communities become a center of faithful organizing and resistance.