Church World Service works alongside our supporters to make sure Congress and the White House do what’s right. Without you, real change isn’t possible. Through your calls to action, we make a difference for those who need it most and ensure we live up to our promise as a nation.
Please reach out to our Office Director, Megan Shepard to learn more about our work and learn how you can join in on refugee and immigrant advocacy work in the Triad area.
TAKE ACTION: Tell Our National Leaders to Protect Refugees and Commemorate World Refugee Day on June 20th
World Refugee Day on June 20th provides an opportunity to recognize and celebrate the strength and courage of all those around the world who have been forced to flee their homes. It is also a critical time to join in collective action and advocacy in support of refugees, including those who have resettled in the U.S, who are seeking protection …
TAKE ACTION: Tell Our National Leaders to Support Welcoming, Humane Border Solutions
On May 11, the end of the public health emergency associated with the COVID-19 pandemic will trigger the automatic end of the cruel and unlawful Title 42 policy at the border. Title 42 is a pandemic-era authority, first implemented by the Trump administration in March 2020, that has been wrongfully used over 2.6 million times to rapidly expel migrants at …
TAKE ACTION: Call on Congressional Leaders to Support Welcoming Policies During RCUSA Refugee Advocacy Days the Week of May 1st
Join us during Refugee Council USA’s Refugee Advocacy Days on May 2nd and 3rd, when hundreds of advocates are traveling to Washington, D.C. to meet with their Senators and Representatives and urge them to support people who have been forcibly displaced from their homes. Advocacy Days represent an important opportunity for community members across the country to join the call …
Refugee Council USA
RCUSA promotes efforts to protect and welcome refugees, asylees, asylum-seekers, and other forcibly displaced populations.
RCUSA is a diverse coalition advocating for just and humane laws and policies, and the promotion of dialogue and communication among government, civil society, and those who need protection and welcome.