Churches say don’t drop the Dubs amendment

Quakers in Britain join together with other Churches to request the UK Government to implement their commitment to child refugees.

Alf Dubs, a member of the UK House of Lords, was on the Kindertransport, which saved Jewish children from the Nazis. He says he owed his life to Quakers and others who got him out of Germany.

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