Join with others on November 12 to #DefendDACA.
With the fate of DACA now in the hands of the Supreme Court, hundreds of thousands of people could lose their homes, their livelihoods, and their families. It’s time to put an end to this fear and uncertainty and show the Supreme Court that DACA recipients and immigrant families aren’t going anywhere—because their #HomeIsHere. The Jesuit network will convene at 9:30 a.m. at the bell in Columbus Circle outside of Union Station in Washington, DC, and will proceed together to the steps of the Supreme Court to join the Home is Here national rally as the Court begins hearing DACA arguments.
Not able to be in Washington DC on November 12?
Join the Prayers of Hope campaign and plan a solidarity vigil and take action for DACA.
The District of Eastern North America continues its support for the defense of those young people who are affected by the United States’ DACA policy. We stand in support of young people who are seeking a pathway to citizenship in our country.
The future of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program is in the hands of the United States Supreme Court.
As the November 12, 2019 hearing date approaches, join the Ignatian and greater Catholic network in prayers of hope as we unite to defend the dignity of DACA recipients through prayer and action.
- Organize a Vigil
Host a prayer vigil or intention a Mass at your campus, parish, or organization for DACA recipients on or around November 12.
Utilize ISN’s action alert on DACA to invite your community to advocate.
- Spread the Word!
Utilize the social media images below to share a message of support leading up to and on November 12.