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Join the Juntos Board

Help Build the Resistance, Join the Juntos Board of Directors!   While there were many dark moments, last year we fought back against hate and injustice with powerful acts of resistance such as taking the streets during Philadelphia’s largest pro-immigrant rally or knocking on over 3,000 doors in 48 hours informing their neighbors of their rights. It takes people who are committed to fighting for justice to make change possible, which

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This #GivingTuesday Help Build the Resistance 

This #GivingTuesday Help Build the Resistance  2017 has been an unforgettable year, to say the least. Since the presidential election a little over a year ago until now we have seen what can only be described as some of the most racist political attacks against people of color, immigrants, women and LGBTQ folks. What we have learned though in these dark times is that the best defense we have against

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Philly #ResistanceZone Built but More to Come.

Philly #ResistanceZone Built but More to Come. Over 200 volunteers descended on Juntos this past weekend to learn their rights, to teach others and to knock on doors and we couldn’t be more grateful. In less than 48 hours we Knocked on over 2,500 doors in South Philly  Trained over 1,300 people on their rights &  Signed up over 500 new resistors Every participant in our Community Resistance Zone made

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After 11 Months In Sanctuary, Javier Flores Is Free To Be Home With His Family!

  After 11 Months In Sanctuary, Javier Flores Is Free To Be Home With His Family! On Wednesday, October 11th, Juntos along with members of Philadelphia’s immigrant community and allies, stood with Javier Flores Garcia at Arch St. United Methodist Church as he took his first steps outside of the church he had been living in since November 2016 after having won his deportation case. Javier,  a 40 year old

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