Our communities are feeling the devastating impacts of COVID-19. From overburdened hospitals to struggling families, people across the U.S. are hurting. Our federal and state government have responded by providing cash payments, health care, expanding unemployment benefits and other benefits—but many immigrants have been left out and the impacts of COVID-19 continue to impact
communities disproportionately.

Now more than ever it is important to stand with our immigrant community and be intentional about the ways that we show up for them. To explore immigrant solidarity models and dive into ways that you can support your local immigrant communities, AFSC (American Friends Service Committee) will host a webinar series on Solidarity in Times of COVID-19. The details on the three-session series is detailed below.

Please join us – sign up at https://tinyurl.com/w4lk539.
Sessions are set for Tuesday May 5, 12 and 19 at 6 p.m.
1. Tuesday, May 5 – Solidarity Framework
How does solidarity differ from charity?
2. Tuesday, May 12 – Faith In Action
How do faith leaders build immigrant power?
3. Tuesday, May 19 – The Fight Back
How have resilient immigrant communities organized
themselves during a pandemic?
From Kelly Morales, NC Immigrant Rights Program Director