Civil/Human Rights

El Viaje de Los Ninos (The Children's Journey) at Philadelphia's Magic Gardens

If you missed the exhibit at the University of Pennsylvania last year this is your second chance to see this art exhibit which movingly tells the stories of Mexican immigrant children living in Philadelphia.  The art project was facilitated by Nora Litz and our partners at Puentes De Salud.  The art work and narratives that accompany them, prepared by the students themselves, help us understand the journey that these courageous children have undertaken.  

Where: Philadelphia's Magic Garden

When: January 25 - February 24, 2013

Joint Statement on The Supreme Court's Decision in Arizona Case

Supreme Court’s Arizona Immigration Decision Supports Federal Authority in Immigration But Potential for Racial Profiling Remains

A Joint Statement from HIAS Pennsylvania and the Jewish Community Relations Council on Behalf of the Greater Philadelphia Jewish Coalition on Immigration

Stand with Immigrants During the Upcoming Supreme Court Hearings on Arizona's SB 1070

Next week the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments regarding the constitutionality of Arizona's immigration enforcement law SB 1070. The purpose of SB 1070, as stated by the Arizona legislature, is to keep undocumented immigrants from coming to Arizona and to drive out those already in the state.  HIAS Pennsylvania stands strongly opposed to these attacks on immigrants which violate the core Jewish teaching of ‘Welcoming the Stranger’. 

Urge Your Representative to Reauthorize the Lautenberg Amendment

The Lautenberg Amendment, which helps persecuted religious minorities fleeing Iran and the former Soviet Union, expired on June 1, 2011. The provision must be renewed each year. A failure to reauthorize the Amendment would make it difficult for the U.S. to protect Christian, Jewish, Baha’i, and other religious minorities fleeing Iran and could end family reunification for Jews and Evangelicals in the Former Soviet Union with relatives in the U.S.

Judi Bernstein- Baker Receives Public Service Award from Binghamton University Alumni Association

August, 2011

Judi Bernstein Baker is the recipient of the Edward Weisband Distringuished Alumni Award for Public Service or Contributions for Public Affairs, which recognizes one graduate each year whose life, work, career and contributions exmplify the highest standards of public service and deepest dedication to public affairs and sustenance of the common good at home and abroad. 

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