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Sessions Continues the Trump Regime’s Lawlessness, The City of Philadelphia Fights Back  

Sessions Continues the Trump Regime’s Lawlessness, The City of Philadelphia Fights Back  Just days after Trump pardoned racist ex-sheriff Arpaio and while thousands of families brace themselves for DACA to be rescinded because of Sessions silence, this morning, the city of Philadelphia fought back. Philadelphia sued U.S Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, over his tyrannical demands on cities and municipalities that have stood in support of the country’s immigrant population. Sessions

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Philadelphia Immigrant Youth Recognize DACA’s 5th Anniversary: Call For Defense of It & A Congressional Investigation of ICE

On August, 15th the city of Philadelphia held a commemorative event recognizing the 5 years since DACA was implemented and how it has impacted young people in the city. Our Community Organizer, Olivia Vazquez, who is a DACA recipient herself, was invited to speak alongside other immigrant youth from around the region. In her speech which can be found below in full, she speaks about the importance of recognizing the

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Donate To Help Juntos Stay In The Community

  As a community based organization, it’s important for us at Juntos to be located in the community which we serve. Unfortunately, last month we were notified that we are unable to renew our lease for our space because there will be a coffee shop going up instead. We are literally being gentrified out. For 15 years Juntos has been located in the heart of South Philadelphia, where a large majority of

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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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