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Juntos Parents Urge You to Stand Up for Our Schools

On Wednesday February 27 parents and leaders from Juntos organized a protest to draw attention to the massive school closings using the unfair closing of Abigail Vare located in the neighborhood of Penn’s Port in South Philadelphia as an example of the district’s arbitrary decisions on the issue. A crowd of about 100 people made up of Juntos’ leaders, Vare parents, school staff, students and community members gathered outside Vare

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Corazones Rotos Vigil

At sunset on February 12th, Juntos gathered at the Aquí y Alllá mural in South Philly to create a visual statement on the destructive impact of current immigration policies on our families. The vigil was planned to coincide with President Obama’s State of the Union Address, two days ahead of Valentine’s Day, when he confirmed that immigration reform will be a priority in his second term. Of course, this political momentum

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Juntos Statement on Comprehensive Immigration Reform

We in Juntos are pleased to finally see comprehensive immigration reform be a part of the national dialogue. With Obama making a commitment to address the current broken immigration system, as well as senators from both parties delivering a framework to prioritize it, immigration reform clearly has the potential to become real for our nation this year. We believe this to be a step in the right direction. The show

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Juntos rallies against Philadelphia School Closures

Juntos rallied for a one year moratorium on the school closings at South Philly High Last Tuesday January 29, Juntosalong with the Philadelphia Coalition Advocating for Public Schools (PCAPS), organized a rally outside the South Philadelphia High School to protest against the Philadelphia school district plan of closing 37 public schools. After the rally hundreds of community members, youth, kids, parents and teachers gathered at the High School auditorium for

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