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Pope Francis Blesses Daughter Fighting to End Her Father’s Deportation

September 2015 was a historic moment not just for Philadelphia but for the Immigrant Rights movement. In his six days in the U.S. , Pope Francis made justice for immigrants a central point of his visit. He implored to the U.S. Congress that, “Our world is facing a refugee crisis of a magnitude not seen since the second World War…”thousands of persons (who) are led to travel north in search of

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Congratulations to our DACA scholarship winners!

DACA applications can be a long and difficult process, especially when going about it alone. So this past Sunday at Juntos we held a legal clinic to help young people complete their applications. With the support of the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers (PFT), we had trained volunteers and pro-bono attorneys available to help people get screened for DACA, start their applications, and complete them. DACA, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals,

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Juntos Open House, A Celebration with Community and Allies

Juntos’ Open House; A Celebration with Community and Allies On Sunday Oct. 4th, 2015  Juntos officially celebrated our new space with an Open House for community and allies. Our move in August to our new office marked a historic moment for Juntos’ and we chose to celebrate with the people who made it happen. And during the Open House we were proud to raffle off three full DACA scholarships for young people who have

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Philadelphia Stands United, Rejects Hate Mongering That Results In Broken Families

Community Based Healing not Unconstitutional Rollbacks By the Philadelphia Family Unity Network The recent killing of Kathryn Steinle in San Francisco by Francisco Sanchez is a terrible and senseless tragedy. The pain her family must be experiencing is unimaginable, and they should be afforded the respect and decency of mourning in their own chosen way. As a coalition of organizations with over a decade of experience working with survivors of

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