The purpose of United States foreign policy is to create a more secure, prosperous, and democratic world for the benefit of the United States, its citizens, and allies. In an increasingly interdependent and rapidly changing world, international events affect every American. Successful U.S. international leadership is essential to security at home, better jobs and a higher standard of living, a healthier environment, safe travel and conduct of business abroad.
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One to two million Uyghur Muslims are being held in internment camps in China because of their religion. The Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act (H.R.649/S.178) is a crucial step in mobilizing a U.S. response to the repression of the Uyghur community. Tell your member of Congress to support the Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act.
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Interfaith Toolkit: This interfaith resource on human trafficking is intended to be a starting point for faith communities around the country as they seek to educate themselves and take action during Human Trafficking Awareness Month in January.
Passover and Modern Slavery: This Passover, take time to remember that slavery didn’t end in Egypt as many people around the world are victims of modern-day slavery and human trafficking.
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For more information on this issue, contact Eisendrath Legislative Assistant Ali Rosenblatt at (202) 387-2800.