Reunite Immigrant Families Now!
Despite court decisions requiring the administration to reunite immigrant families separated by Trump’s cruel and racist zero tolerance policy, little and slow progress is being made.
Hundreds of children are still being kept apart from their parents.
Now the administration is planning to keep children in detention indefinitely.
We must keep the pressure on our members of Congress (MOCs) so they keep the pressure on the Trump administration to right this terrible wrong. There is no excuse for the continuation of this humanitarian crisis.
Use our easy dialer tool to contact your members of Congress.
Text RESIST to 50409 to send a fax to your members of Congress
Use faxzero to send a fax to your members of Congress
You can also call and fax these congressional leaders:
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) —202-224-2541 phone, (202) 224-2499 fax
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) —202-224-6542,(202)228-3027 fax
House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI)-- (202)225-3031 phone, (202) 225-3393 fax
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA)--(202) 225-4965 phone, (202) 225-8259 fax
SCRIPT: My name is XXX and my address and zip code is XXX. I am a proud member of Palm Beach Indivisibles. I demand that you insist that the Trump administration put all necessary resources into immediately reuniting immigrant families separated by Trump’s cruel and racist policies. There is no reason to imprison children of immigrants seeking asylum indefinitely. I also demand that you implement fair and reasonable immigration policies and stop Trump from spending billions on a border wall.
What else can you do?
--Donate to organizations that provide legal and other support to immigrants - Click here to donate to La Union Del Pubelo Entero, We Belong Together, Kinds in Need of Defense (KIND), United We Dream Action, Human Rights First, Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Womens Refugee Commission.
--Learn about what is being done to help immigrant families who are in crisis. Go to the RAICES webpage for additional information.
Go to the ACLU website for additional information, actions and resources.
--Learn more about what the ACLU is doing to help immigrants.