Statement on Gun Control Legislation from the Dominican Sisters in Committed Collaboration
OPSCC Hosts Event on Naming, Understanding, and Dismantling the Structures of Racism
By Didi Madden, O.P.
Dominican Sisters in Committed Collaboration
on the Trump Administration’s Expansion of Offshore Drilling
Dominican Sisters Conference Public Statement
on The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals – DACA
Statement on Climate Justice
BLAUVELT, NY (6/2/2017) - The Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt released the following statement regarding Climate Justice:
Called To Act - April 2017
Please Join Us For The People's Climate Rally In White Plains, NY
Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt Stand with Muslims, Refugees, and Immigrants
BLAUVELT, NY (2/21/2017) - The Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt closed their weekend Chapter meeting with a demonstration of solidarity by the sisters and associates with our Muslim, Immigrant, and Refugee sisters and brothers.
Joint Public Statement Denouncing President Donald Trump's Ban of Immigrants
We, the Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt, along with the Dominican Sisters of Amityville, Caldwell, Hope, and Sparkill, the Dominican Sisters Conference and the Dominican Justice Promoters in the U.S., are opposed to the executive order signed by President Trump that places a ban on immigrants. Throughout our history, we have accompanied and served immigrant and refugee communities. We remain committed to welcoming refugees who come here after passing through the U.S. government’s already rigorous screening process. Halting or undermining the U.S. refugee resettlement program leaves vulnerable refugees, including women and children fleeing violence, in extreme danger and diminishes us all.
Called To Act - January 2017
The Women's March, January 21, 2017
Called To Act - December 2016
Sustaining Hope: The Call of Justice