From Interfaith Worker Justice (http://www.iwj.org):
IWJ calls on faith leaders across the nation to join us in condemning Arizona’s draconian new immigration law and calling for a real, lasting solution to our broken immigration system. To learn more, go to http://www.iwj.org/index.cfm/faith-leaders-speak-out-on-the-arizona-immigration-law. If you are a faith leader, please sign on to the statement by going to http://salsa.democracyinaction.org/o/1035/p/dia/action/public/?action_KEY=3669 and please forward this message to other faith leaders.
If you are a member of a faith body, please forward this to your pastor, rabbi, imam, and other religious leaders you know. See our Board of Directors’ Statement of Principles on Immigration (http://www.iwj.org/template/page.cfm?id=156) and For You Were Once a Stranger: Immigration in the U.S. Through the Lens of Faith (http://www.iwj.org/template/page.cfm?id=62). For a chilling look at how the new law is playing out on the ground, read a blog post by organizer Kristin Kumpf (http://www.iwj.org/blog/comments.cfm?blog_id=106) about her recent conversation with the folks at IWJ’s Phoenix affiliate, the Arizona Interfaith Alliance for Worker Justice (http://azworkerjustice.com/default.aspx).