Together and Free – Rally Against Family Separation


From the border to Boston and all over the country, families are being torn apart by a government that criminalizes, detains, and deports them. Recently the Trump administration escalated its racist attacks on immigrants by separating children from their parents at the border and putting them in cages. After public outcry, their “solution” was to keep families together … in detention centers. But jailing families is not a solution.

Families deserve to be together and free, but Trump is also keeping people from majority Muslim countries from being reunited with their families in the United States. The Supreme Court is expected to rule on the Muslim Ban this week and we need to let them know they have to overturn it once and for all.

This goes beyond Trump and this administration. Now is the time to be clear: this is about putting an end to criminalization, detention, and deportations in our communities.

Join us for a march & rally on June 30th at 11 a.m. as part of

a National Day of Action to stand against family separation.

– Kick off rally at Boston City Hall at 11 a.m. and marching to Boston Common

– Rally will start on the Common at 12:30 p.m.

– Simultaneous Rally in Springfield starts

at 11 a.m.


There will be a speaking program where we will hear from those impacted and on the ground. Please don’t forget to RSVP.

Sign up to Volunteer here:

Help us make our goal to put on a successful event! Donate here: or Venmo: @boston630rally

In addition, here is Accessibility information in English and Spanish:

And a list of What not to bring in English and Spanish:

In solidarity,

Massachusetts Jobs with Justice and UU Mass Action






Attentional all Clergy and Faith Leaders!


Border Action:  “Faith Floods the Desert” 


Organized by Love Resists and No More Deaths


When: Aug 3 – 5

Where: Ajo, Arizona


As people of faith, we answer to a higher law of love and justice

Nine No More Deaths humanitarian aid volunteers currently face federal felony and misdemeanor charges.  Nationwide, undocumented organizers are being targeted by federal agencies.


Depending on your capacity, you may hike out into the desert carrying water (including where there is a risk of ticketing), you may drive and then place the water, or you may offer support in other ways.


Learn more and register at


Sign up for an informal Q & A call on June 26 at 8 pm eastern.



Humanitarian aid is not a crime

Migration is not a crime

Drop the charges

Flood the desert




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