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FCNL staff and partners at the capitol building with LoveThyNeighbor banner.
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Salvi Fuentes, FWD.us
20 members of the 2020-2021 Advocacy Corps

Advocacy Corps at Work

Our Advocacy Corps members are ready to initiate crucial conversations in their communities, and to build relationships with lawmakers with the goal of creating a more just immigration system.

Statue of Liberty

FCNL Opposes Reduced Refugee Resettlement Number

The new number, 15,000 refugees, is nearly 20% lower than FY2020 while the number of refugees worldwide continues to grow rapidly.

Yasmine and Rebecca stand with other participants in the rally, holding signs.

The U.S. Must Welcome More Refugees

As people of faith, our call to welcome refugees and care for the vulnerable is rooted in scripture and is part of our history. 

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Quakers and Friends are changing public policy.

We seek a world free of war and the threat of war.

We seek a society with equity and justice for all.

We seek a community where every person's potential may be fufilled.

We seek an earth restored.