The TPS Committee: Welcome Thy Neighbor  The Massachusetts TPS Committee, a committee of the National TPS Alliance (, is organizing against the Trump administration’s decisions to end Temporary Protected Status designations for Sudan, Nicaragua, Haiti, Honduras and El Salvador, placing countless lives at risk of deportation back to life-threatening conditions and will tearing  TPS holder parents from their 273,000 U.S. citizen children. MIWJ supports TPS immigrants through leading delegations to U.S. legislators’ offices , press conferences, amplifying the voices of TPS workers at local faith communities, and fundraising events.


News and Updates:

Join us for two separate screenings of the documentary “The Last Dream” which follows the American children of TPS whose parents are at risk of deportation. These children created and performed a play to fight for their parents, educate others about TPS, and inspire people to support their cause and fight in their defense. The two screenings are:

Wednesday, August 7, 6:30 PM: Screening of “the Last Dream” followed by speakers from the TPS Committee.

On Sunday, August 11, 10:45 am: Screening of “the Last Dream” with the congregation of St Mary of the Annunciation Parish

We will also be providing more information about ways to help our immigrant neighbors through supporting legislation such as the Work and Family Mobility act and the Safe Communities act in Massachusetts as well as the Dream and Promise act at a federal level.

Both events will be held at St Mary of the Annunciation Church, located at 134 Norfolk Street, Cambridge, MA 02139. We hope to see you there!


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