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May 1st: Statement of Resistance!

This May 1, 2017 the city of Philadelphia and hundreds of cities across the country will be participating in a national day of action. Locally, in Philadelphia, Juntos and Black & Brown Workers Collective along with our allies will stand together in the name of resistance for a day without immigrant, Black & Brown bodies. This is in effort to highlight the unilateral attacks that the administration has committed against

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Why Philly is NOT a Sanctuary City

Philadelphia has been seen nationally as one of the cities to emulate as far as policies go in separating police and ICE and we couldn’t be prouder of our communities that led this fight and our allies and elected officials that have stood with us to protect our families. This was a movement to create a change led by those most affected but we must be clear; Philadelphia is NOT and has

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Philadelphia Immigrant Community Leaders React to 2016 Presidential Election

For Immediate Release Immigrant Community Leaders React to 2016 Presidential Election.   Philadelphia, PA – Immigrant communities across the United States woke up to face an America with a President Elect Trump at the helm of the executive branch.  Donald Trump launched his campaign with a broad anti-immigrant message and platform.  While his supporters do not represent anywhere close to a majority of this country, or even a majority of

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Juntos files Urgent Appeal to United Nations on Family Detention

A broad coalition of 60 local, national and international organizations filed an urgent action appeal to the United Nations on October 26th, 2016, urging them to issue an opinion to the U.S. government to immediately close all family detention centers and end the practice of family detention. For over two weeks expert rapporteurs from the United Nations’ Working Group on Arbitrary Detention (WGAD) toured the United States in October, 2016.

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