Principles

Human rights are above politics.

To welcome immigrants, refugees, or anyone who enters the United States in search of a better life is a belief not reserved to any one political party, interest group, or community. A peaceful life is a human right, and human rights are not defined by any affiliation.

Every human must be treated with dignity, respect, 

and has the right to a peaceful life regardless of documentation, despite their country of origin, language they speak, gender, sexual orientation, education, religion, race, political affiliation, and any other factor that has so divided our societies throughout history.

The government must be held accountable. 

If there is any person that is mistreated, the governments must push to make the necessary changes so that no further injustices are committed, and so that no person questions the government’s ability, at any level, to protect their human rights.