The Trump administration plans deny permanent residency status (i.e. “green cards”) to immigrants who are in the country legally, but have used any form of government assistance. Tell your senators and representatives to oppose this policy.
The Trump administration said it would unveil a new rule that would allow migrant families to be held indefinitely, ending a procedure known as the Flores Settlement Agreement that requires children to be held no longer than 20 days. Tell your senators and representatives to oppose this unconscionable treatment of migrants and their children.
An administration proposed rule would force families to make the difficult choice between improving their financial situation, and eating their next meal. Sign this letter to "Say No to Changes in SNAP Eligibility."
End Child Detention
Urge Congress to support legislation like the Shut Down Child Prison Camps Act today! Sign the petition.
Gun violence is a public health epidemic. To make our communities safer, CDC and NIH must have funding to conduct research to determine the causes of gun violence and develop policies to reduce the toll that it takes. Sign the petition.
The next president of the United States must be prepared to take bolder, faster climate action than any leader has before. There is no more time to waste. Sign the petition here.
Red Flag laws save lives by empowering family members and law enforcement officers to petition a court to temporarily restrict a person's access to guns when they show these warning signs. Tell your senators your want a red flag law here.
A Heartland for Human Justice coalition group protested the separation of children and their families in immigration detention centers and participated in an interfaith vigil in remembrance of the children who have died while in detention. Read more.
New study shows safe gun storage saves lives.
Women's Voices is a founding member of the Heartland for Human Justice coalition.
August e-newsletter here
2019 Annual Report
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The St. Louis region is home to some of the most egregious social and environmental disparities in the nation. Read our position paper
"Our current system will continue unless we all take responsibility to make changes." Read commentary on education equity.
Mon., Oct. 14, 6:15 p.m. (Episcopal Church of the Holy Communion, 7401 Delmar Blvd., 63130)
The Making of Ferguson, Public Policies at the Root of its Troubles, by Richard Rothstein
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Mon., Aug. 26, 7 - 8:30 p.m., St. Peters Dining Hall (215 N. Clay, 63122 ~ enter from Jefferson) Read more here.