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This Month’s Highlighted Cause
We picked our featured charity this month based on August 30, the International Day of the Disappeared. It’s a day when we stop to remember and recognize our fellow human beings missing through conflict, disaster, and migration. We also chose our charity this month based on the escalating refugee crisis around the world. We believe in helping our brothers and sisters fleeing from war and danger to a safer place, and not imprisoning or persecuting them.
No One Is Illegal
No One is Illegal-Vancouver Coast Salish Territories is a grassroots anti-colonial migrant justice group with leadership from members of migrant and/or racialized backgrounds. We strive and struggle for the right to remain, the freedom to move, and the right to return. As a movement for self-determination that challenges the ideology of immigration controls, we combat racial profiling, detention and deportation, the national security apparatus, law enforcement brutality, and exploitative working conditions of migrants.
We also place ourselves within the broader movement for social, economic, political, and environmental justice and oppose capitalism, colonialism, homophobia, imperialism, militarization, patriarchy, poverty, racism and other forms of domination. We envision a humanity where everyone has the right to sustenance and the ability to provide it, where we are free of oppression, and are able to live meaningfully in relationship to one another and in reverence for Mother Earth that sustains us.