Thousands of children have been separated from their parents as a result of Trump’s “zero tolerance” policy. Jailing parents and children is cruel, immoral and will cause irreversible harm. This is not who we are as Americans.

JUNE 30 NATIONAL DAY OF ACTION

President Trump's executive order is not a solution. Parents and children will continue to be treated like criminals and jailed indefinitely when they reach the border seeking asylum. This is inhumane and not the solution that Americans want. And this is not what we mean when we say #PutFamiliesFirst.

Join one of the more than 700 events scheduled on June 30 to demand an end to President Trump’s cruel and inhumane policy of jailing families for months, even years, and for families to be reunited. We must keep families together in an environment where children can be free and thrive.

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5 THINGS YOU CAN DO TO HELP THE CHILDREN AND IMMIGRANT FAMILIES

Here are 5 things you can do right now to demand an end to President Trump’s cruel and inhumane policy of jailing families for months, even years, and for immigrant families to stay together.  

  1. Join a June 30 Day of Action event near you. People across the country will march together to demand an end to the jailing of parents and children.
  2. Call Congress to demand an end to Trump’s cruel and inhumane policy of jailing families indefinitely and for families to be reunited: 1-844-325-5408
  3. Make a donation to help keep families together in safe communities, not in jails. Here’s a list of organizations that are helping families: Kids in Need of Defense, ACLU Immigrants’ Rights Project, and The Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES).
  4. Volunteer. If you are an immigration lawyer or know one that would like to help, volunteer with the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). You can help represent the moms and dads through the process of requesting asylum.
  5. Share on social media. Use the hashtag #KeepFamiliesTogether to push back against family detention.