Crusaders Of Justicia

Mobilizing for Justice

Crusaders Closet

“Crusaders Closet” is operating from 9 AM to 1 PM every day for those who need help with food or supplies, and to drop off donations. (Subject to volunteer availability.) We also offer pickup and delivery for those unable or fearful of going out. Call or text (920) 320-9283 or email CrusadersOfJusticia@gmail.com.

El "Armario de los cruzados" funciona de 9:00 a.m. a 1:00 p.m. todos los días para aquellos que necesitan ayuda con alimentos o suministros, y para entregar donaciones. (Sujeto a disponibilidad de voluntarios). También ofrecemos recogida y entrega para aquellos que no pueden o temen conducir. Llame o envíe un mensaje de texto (920) 320-9283 o envíe un correo electrónico a CrusadersOfJusticia@gmail.com.

Most needed items:

Bar Soap

Canned goods

Feminine products

Baby formula

Baby food

Powdered milk

Cereal

Beans

Peanut butter

Jelly

Bread

Tortillas

Spaghetti noodles/pasts

Spaghetti sauce

Cooking oil

Bleach and cleaning supplies


Cruel Treatment of Immigrant Students at Holy Family College

A local school in Manitowoc, Holy Family College, entices students to come to our country through the F1 visa program and then fails to protect the students from the immigration bureaucracy. Christopher Ducasse, who comes from Haiti, has been a student at Holy Family College for three years and is a semester away from graduating with a Bachelors degree in music.

Christopher had his visa status abruptly terminated last Wednesday by the Dean of Student Development of the college, for a minor paper work problem which went unnoticed by the college itself. This unconscionable act of excessive bureaucracy is particularly egregious because it was committed by educators who presumably have a duty to protect their students, and educators at a religious institution no less.

Click here to read on...

Fighting For Justice In Manitowoc And Throughout Our Nation!!

Crusaders Of Justicia was present to observe numerous injustices in our criminal justice system during the recently concluded trial of Juan Cortez. People with financial resources and other advantages get far better treatment and greater leniency from the criminal justice system while disadvantaged people get harsher treatment and much more severe penalties. Crusaders is launching a campaign to expose these inequities and abuses in our criminal justice systems that occur throughout our nation and right here in Manitowoc county. Anyone interested in helping Crusaders fight for justice for all can sign up here: https://www.crusadersofjusticia.org/sign-up

Crusaders Of Justicia estuvo presente para observar numerosas injusticias en nuestro sistema de justicia penal durante el juicio recientemente concluido de Juan Cortez. Las personas con recursos financieros y otras ventajas obtienen un trato mucho mejor y una mayor indulgencia del sistema de justicia penal, mientras que las personas desfavorecidas reciben un trato más severo y sanciones mucho más severas. Crusaders está lanzando una campaña para exponer estas desigualdades y abusos en nuestros sistemas de justicia penal que ocurren en toda nuestra nación y aquí mismo en el condado de Manitowoc. Cualquier persona interesada en ayudar a los cruzados a luchar por la justicia para todos puede inscribirse aquí: https://www.crusadersofjusticia.org/sign-up

Crusaders Justice Project

You can oppose the bigotry, abuse and discrimination in our criminal justice system by becoming a Crusaders legal watchdog! You can directly defend justice simply by monitoring court proceedings for cases where basic human rights are being violated and reporting back to Crusaders for intervention and advocacy. Use our Contact or Signup pages to get started!

Crusaders Of Justicia joined in the "Lights For Liberty" actions that were held in towns throughout the nation. "Indefinite detention of individuals and families is not a moral answer to the problems we face," said the Rev. Dr. Matthew L. Sauer, who has been sharing his recent experiences of giving humanitarian aid at the border in a column series in the Herald Times Reporter. "The unconditional refusal to accept asylum requests is not a moral answer. Forced separation of families is not a moral answer. The immediate charging of adults with crimes because they have crossed an arbitrary line is not a moral answer. Detentions centers are not a moral answer. ... Being human is our divine gift, human community our divine responsibility."

Read about the action in the Herald Times Report here.

Crusaders Of Justicia is a new group formed to fight for justice by the rapidly increasing number of exploited families in the United States. In order to increase the impact for change we believe it is essential to unite the fights of all people under the current administration. We will demand change by taking meaningful actions such as boycotts, strikes, protests and other actions.

Our mission is to mobilize exploited families and their allies to fight for justice. We will target fundamental issues impacting our communities, not just symptoms.