Hundreds of churches offer sanctuary to undocumented migrants after election | US news | The Guardian

Hundreds of churches in the US have said they are willing to provide sanctuary for undocumented migrants threatened with deportation following the election of Donald Trump as president.About 300 churches nationally have come forward in the past two weeks, according to the Philadelphia-based New Sanctuary Movement. It has also seen the number of people in the city registering as volunteers for its “sanctuary in the streets” programme rise from 65 to more than 1,000 since the election.

Source: Hundreds of churches offer sanctuary to undocumented migrants after election | US news | The Guardian