NEW REPORT FINDS THAT PENNSYLVANIA LOCAL GOVERNMENTS ARE HEAVILY INVOLVED WITH FEDERAL IMMIGRATION ENFORCEMENT
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LOCALITIES ACROSS PA HAVE OPTED TO USE GOVERNMENT RESOURCES TO ASSIST ICE  A report released on June of 2019 by Juntos along with the Sheller Center at Temple Law reveals the extent of collaboration between local governments and ICE in the … Read More

We’re Hiring A Full Time Community Organizer!
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Description The Community Organizer will serve our human rights and immigration campaigns through the leadership development of Juntos’ community members, the support and expansion of our broad based coalition work, and the development and execution of campaigns on a local … Read More

Our Power Will No Longer Be Ignored Because of Our Age
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On the morning of March 14th, Juntos along with the Philadelphia Student Union organized the “Student Vision for School Safety March.” Thousands of young people across the city of Philadelphia walked out of their schools and put forward their vision … Read More

DACA Recipients Speak Out: “Local Activism Is Our Most Powerful Tool”
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March 5th, 2018 stood as the deadline for Congress to take action on the future of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals [DACA] program. On that Monday morning, DACA recipients, immigrant community, and allies gathered in Center City Philadelphia to … Read More

Students to Philadelphia School District: “Don’t Penalize Us for Protesting”
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On the week of March 5th, a letter from the Superintendent of the Philadelphia School District, Dr. William Hite, was circulated to all district principals and many charter schools as well. While the letter starts off in support of the … Read More

Student Vision for School Safety March Demands
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On February 14th, the school shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School forever changed the Parkland, Florida community, after a gunman claimed the lives of 14 students, and 3 school faculty members.   This unfortunate and pervasive symptom of national neglect … Read More

Juntos Community Leader Speaks at the 2018 Women’s March in Philadelphia
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One year after Trump’s inauguration, hundreds of women and allies packed the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia for the 2nd annual Women’s March. Among them was our own community leader, Olivia Ponce, who addressed the crowd and urged us to … Read More

Join Juntos on MLK Day & the Women’s March This Month
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“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” The late Martin Luther King Jr. wrote these words in his letter from a Birmingham jail back in 1963. Now in 2018, these words have never rang truer.   Within the first … Read More

Join the Juntos Board
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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 … Read More

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