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FCNL staff and partners at the capitol building with LoveThyNeighbor banner.
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Salvi Fuentes, FWD.us
Advocates walk in group front of U.S. Capitol
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DAG Photo

Citizenship for All

Congressional inaction comes at an enormous cost to our immigrant neighbors, coworkers, classmates, and friends—and there is a significant cost to the United States as a whole.

Statue of Liberty
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Calamity Sal / Flickr

A Quaker Statement on Migration

We are committed to working for a world where dignity and rights are upheld regardless of migration status and not on the basis of citizenship or perceived deservedness.

Spring Lobby Weekend 2022 particpants walk to White House holding "love thy neighbor" signs
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DAG Photo

Becoming the Migration Policy Program

Persistent faith, not platitudes. People, not politics. Organized power, not systems. That’s the strength of our advocacy.

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.