Faith Groups and Advocates Will Demand President Biden Reverse Course on Asylum Ban and Enact Humane Solutions

2/23/2023, 2:21 p.m.
The #WelcomeWithDignity campaign and the Interfaith Immigration Coalition will hold a rally outside of the White House TODAY at noon …

The #WelcomeWithDignity campaign and the Interfaith Immigration Coalition will hold a rally outside of the White House TODAY at noon EST in protest of the Biden administration’s asylum ban. Faith groups and human rights organizations will call on the administration to reverse course and implement humane, practical solutions instead.

WHAT: Rally at the White House for Asylum Rights

WHEN: Thursday, February 23, 2023 at NOON EST

WHERE: Lafayette Square Park in front of the White House - register here


Interfaith Immigration Coalition

Welcome With Dignity campaign



NETWORK Lobby for Catholic Social Justice


Haddy Gasama, National Director of Policy and Advocacy, UndocuBlack Network

Rabbi Sarah Bassin, Director of Clergy and Congregations, HIAS

Ronnate Asirwatham, Director of Government Relations, NETWORK Lobby for Catholic Social Justice

Kate Clark, Esq., Senior Director of Immigration Services, Jewish Family Service of San Diego (operator of the SD Rapid Response Network Migrant Shelter Services)

Sandy Sorensen, Director United Church of Christ Washington Office

The Interfaith Immigration Coalition is made up of over 55 national, faith-based organizations brought together across many theological traditions with a common call to seek just policies that lift up the God-given dignity of every individual. In partnership, we work to protect the rights, dignity, and safety of all refugees and migrants. Follow us on Twitter @interfaithimm

The #WelcomeWithDignity Campaign for asylum rights is composed of more than 100 organizations committed to transforming the way the United States receives and protects people forced to flee their homes to ensure they are treated humanely and fairly. To learn more and join our campaign visit:

With over 122,000 lifetime Latino, immigrant, and working-class members across 46 US states, CASA is the foremost immigrant organization in the mid-Atlantic region and a national leader in supporting immigrant families and ensuring that all individuals have the core support necessary for full participation in society. Now a national immigrant powerhouse, CASA creates change with its powerbuilding model blending human services, community organizing, and advocacy in order to serve the full spectrum of the needs, dreams, and aspirations of members. Visit us at and follow us on Twitter at @CASAforall.