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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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Juntos Is Moving To A New Location!

Juntos is moving!  After 10 years, a small office and a basement later, we are moving to our very own space. Located on 6th and Tasker, we are expanding to a larger office to accommodate the growth the organization has experienced in the last few years. We look forward to continue to provide the community a space for leadership development and activism, to build campaigns that fight for our community’s dignity and freedom, to

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Liberation Concert at Berks Detention Center

Featuring Olmeca, Son Revoltura, Son Cosita Seria, Francisco Benito and Las Zumbatistas! RSVP today Saturday, July 11th 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. 1040 Berks Rd. Leesport PA  As part of a national week of action to end family detention, on Saturday, July 11th Juntos will be hosting a concert at the Berks Family Detention Center.   Some families have been held for over a year under harsh conditions including, abuse

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Register for Juntos’ first ever UndocuQueer art project!

As pride season draws closer we’re proud to announce that on Sunday, May 31st, for the first time in the history of the organization, we will be launching a nine week art & history workshop series. A workshop series that is for & by LGBTQ Latino-Immigrants. Too often the voices and experiences of our communities are ignored, forgotten and erased. This series of workshops have been created with the intention of

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