Written on: March 23, 2020
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Secretary of Education Betsy Devos put out guidance to exclude undocumented and DACA students from being included in $6 billion of economic relief for post-secondary education institutions. Approximately 454,000 undocumented students will be directly impacted by this exclusion. On behalf of the Grey Nuns, I signed on a sign on letter from United We Dream and the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP) demanding this guidance be retracted and new guidance be released including all students in the relief efforts. Click here for the text of the letter, Letter Text. There’s a lot of important information in it that you may find useful.
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Charities and Nonprofits Need Relief Now
Charities and nonprofits are on the frontline responding to our neighbors and communities in need during the COVID-19 pandemic even as they face the risk of catastrophic damage from evaporating revenue, new and rising demands for assistance, and major disruptions in charitable giving.
Please join our colleagues at Catholic Charities USA and tell Congress to act now to provide emergency aid to nonprofit organizations by providing charitable organizations with grants, loans, and tax credits.
We pray with Pope Francis for wisdom for our elected leaders: “Enlighten those responsible for the common good, so that they might know… how to care for those entrusted to their responsibility.