ISLC EVENTS &
OTHER EVENTS AROUND TOWN
13 Colors of the Honduran Resistance US Tour
See the national tour of two Honduran activists honoring the life of Berta Cáceres. Afro-indigenous autonomous feminist, poet and writer Melissa Cardoza and Karla Lara, a feminist who voices resistance through song and writing, will perform stories from Melissa’s book *13 Colors of the Honduran Resistance* about women resisting brutal repression and finding unyielding hope.
Wednesday, May 3rd - 4:30pm
University of San Francisco, Fromm Hall 120
Wednesday, May 3rd - 7pm
Redstone Building 2926 16th Street, San Francisco
Thursday, May 4th/4 - 7pm
Sole Space 1714 Telegraph Ave, Oakland
Other Sanctuary Resources
Bay Area Rapid Response Hotline Numbers
to report Detentions and Deportation threats
Alameda County (ACILEP): 510-241-4011
San Francisco (SFILEN): 415-200-1548
San Mateo County: 203-NOMIGRA (203-666-4472)
California Statewide: 1-844-878-7801
Nationwide- United We Dream: 1-844-363-1423
Sign up for the Bay Area Resistance
Rapid Response Action/Mobilization Network:
Text RESIST to 41411 for action alerts
Be An Advocate
Use the Muslim Advocates' page to report hate crimes against our Islamic neighbors. It is just one more tool to fight hate.
YOUR CALL PODCASTS FROM KALW:
The Sanctuary Movement
The Sanctuary Movement emerged in Churches in the 1980s to aid refugees fleeing to the United States from Central American countries experiencing civil war. These people had a very difficult time obtaining sanctuary from the United States government, even as the U.S. had a hand funding these wars. For more information on sanctuary, click HERE.
Sanctuary has surged once again to reach out to those in our current who may be facing raids or deportations. Please join the movement by participating in one of the opportunities listed below.
How You Can Help!
The Parish Sanctuary Committee is a group of highly motivated and committed individuals who lead the parish effort in understanding and strategizing how to live out sanctuary as a community. This Committee takes the initiative on events and works with the ministries listed below to ensure healthy, flexible and proper response to Sanctuary-related needs and developments,
The Accompaniment Team is a group of individuals who are able to respond to requests for support for immigrant or refugee families who are facing a crisis. This may involve any number of tasks such as hosting a family, helping an individual navigate legal or governmental institutions, providing spiritual care, or babysitting during a busy time.
Rapid Response Network
The Rapid Response Network is a program through the Archdiocese of San Francisco that is designed to respond in the moment to a raid that is happening in the city. The idea is simple: the faith community will be present wherever ICE shows up. When a raid goes down, members of the network are alerted so that they can respond immediately. Members are asked to report to the area (you are alerted by zip code) and encouraged to catch the raid on cell phone video, be a loving and peaceful presence for victims and for the community, and hold prayer vigils. The main idea is to put the faith community's eyes on what is happening so that we can witness exactly what is happening to our neighbors, support our neighbors so they know they are not alone, and then share this witness experience with the world.
Parish Education Initiative
The Parish Education Initiative are made up of people who are willing to learn about the history of the sanctuary movement and then help educate parishioners. These individuals would organize events, create materials, and lead information sessions so that people can be properly educated as they enter participation in the movement.
If you are interested in any of these opportunities, please email Natalie Terry, ISLC Director at Natalie@SaintAgnesSF.com.
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Ignatian Spiritual Life Center
A Ministry of St. Agnes Parish
1611 Oak Street
San Francisco, CA 94117
415-487-8560 ext. 228
A ministry of St. Agnes Parish in the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood of San Francisco, the Ignatian Spiritual Life Center has a three council structure that discerns the programming we need to live an Ignatian life of devotion and service. Our areas of focus are Church Justice, Global Justice and Spiritual Life. Each council offers programming aimed at mobilizing the larger community to love the world the way God intends. Programming includes adult education and faith formation, the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius, spiritual direction, opportunities for prayer and retreat, and an ongoing commitment to dialogue and service in our Church and world.