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Albuquerque Friends Meeting House

The Albuquerque Friends Meeting House is currently housing an undocumented immigrant. Quakers have no appointed clergy. Church member Rachel Brackbill can handle questions from the press.

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Massachusetts Communities Action Network

The Massachusetts Communities Action Network is a network of faith communities throughout the state that works for social justice and is participating in the sanctuary movement through PICO. Janine Carreiro-Young is deputy director.

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St. Mary’s Episcopal Church

St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Dorchester, Mass., is a member of its local sanctuary movement group and is hosting an undocumented immigrant. The Rev. Edwin Johnson is the lead pastor and Savannah Hauge is the church’s sanctuary coordinator.

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Sanctuary Not Deportation

Sanctuary Not Deportation is a national umbrella organization dedicated to organizing local faith communities in the new sanctuary movement.

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Southside Presbyterian Church

Southside Presbyterian Church in Tucson, Ariz., has participated in the sanctuary movement since its first wave in the 1980s. In addition to continuing to house undocumented immigrants, it organizes other congregations throughout the nation in the new sanctuary movement. The Rev. Alison Harrington is pastor.

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First Unitarian Society of Denver

First Unitarian Society of  Denver is housing an undocumented immigrant in its basement. It maintains a page of information about the new sanctuary movement on its website. The Rev. Mike Morran is senior minister.

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