Whether your faith community is largely made up of immigrants or is struggling with issues of prejudice, Auburn has resources that can help you engage your community to serve the needs of immigrants in your midst and in your land as well as advocate for the laws that you believe make for a just America.
• Media Training: Auburn has trained individual clergy and groups of religious leaders to deal with the complexities giving television, print and radio interviews on immigration. From the leader of a primarily immigrant church in a border state to a rural church in a community struggling to keep its jobs, we've helped clergy walk the fine lines with grace and poise. For more information on our trainings or to be trained, click here.
• Faith-based Messaging Tips: Click here for message points from Auburn Media to help you to use your voice and authentically speak from your faith tradition on the issue of immigration. The message points are informed by and in some cases directly quoting sources from our colleagues and partners at America’s Voice, Aso Communications, Center for American Progress, Faith in Public Life, PICO National Network, Lake Research Partners, Media Matters For America, The Opportunity Agenda, and others.
• Changethestory.net: Auburn co-produced this site that offers an interactive experience where users—Muslim and non-Muslim alike—can meet their neighbors, learn about Islam and apply techniques of interfaith dialogue and action to their local communities.
The links that will change the way you live and lead in regard to immigration: