Humiliated before the judge, he was read his rights, without any legal counsel and ordered to return to his home country. In the process of returning he caught COVID and was returned to those that would take his life because of his Christian faith.
When I call you brother, I mean I will fight for your right to life as if you were my brother. When you call me sister, stand up for my human rights.
Supporting those who have been barred from COVID-19 financial relief isn’t about charity. It’s about justice.
If there’s one thing coronavirus has shown us, it’s that we’re all equally human, equally vulnerable, and universally connected.
Sheltering in place may keep us apart, but it does not have to keep us from coming together on behalf of justice.
In places like refugee camps, crowded conditions and poor hygiene can increase infection rates.