Dare to Care - March 22nd 2024

End Human Trafficking: S.O.A.P. Project at Villa Assumpta

Twenty-five sisters and staff labeled 3,000 bars of soap and 2,000 make-up remover wipes with the national anti-human trafficking hotline number for future use in hotels. Human trafficking survivor and founder of the S.O.A.P. Project, spoke to the Sisters at Villa Assumpta about the human trafficking industry and the warning signs to look out for. Click here to see photos

Justice for Immigrants: Welcoming the Stranger

Read this recent article from Global Sisters Report about Sister Judy Bourg’s (CP) work with migrants near the border in Arizona: At opening in US-Mexico wall, aid groups welcome strangers.

White Supremacy and American Christianity:  Moving Towards Beloved Community

In NETWORK’s White Supremacy and American Christianity series, they explored the roots of white supremacy and its connection to Christianity in the United States. Now they look to the future and explore how we can move beyond white Christian nationalism and promote a vibrant, multi-faith, multi-racial democracy.  Online Saturday, April 6, noon ET.  Click for more information and to register.

New Voter Voice Actions for You

Truth and Healing: The Senate recently re-introduced the Truth and Healing Commission on Indian Boarding School Policies in the United States Act (S.1723).  Let’s use our Voter Voice to lend support. 

The FOREST Act: This bipartisan bill aims to prohibit importing products into the U.S. sourced through illegal deforestation.

Click here to learn more about these two bills and make your voice heard.



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