Sessions Continues the Trump Regime’s Lawlessness, The City of Philadelphia Fights Back
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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days after Trump pardoned racist ex-sheriff Arpaio and while thousands of families brace themselves for DACA to be rescinded because of Sessions silence, this morning, the city of Philadelphia fought back.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 … Read More

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

Donate To Help Juntos Stay In The Community
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  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 … Read More

May 1st: Statement of Resistance!
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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 … Read More

Porque Filadelfia NO ES Una Ciudad Santuario
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Filadelfia ha sido vista como ejemplo a nivel nacional como una de las ciudades para igualar en lo que respecta a las políticas de separación de la policía y la agencia de ICE y no podríamos estar más orgullosos de … Read More

Why Philly is NOT a Sanctuary City
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Philadelphia has been seen nationally as one of the cities to emulate as far as policies go in separating police and ICE and we couldn’t be prouder of our communities that led this fight and our allies and elected officials … Read More

Philadelphia Immigrant Community Leaders React to 2016 Presidential Election
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For Immediate Release Immigrant Community Leaders React to 2016 Presidential Election.   Philadelphia, PA – Immigrant communities across the United States woke up to face an America with a President Elect Trump at the helm of the executive branch.  Donald … Read More

Juntos files Urgent Appeal to United Nations on Family Detention
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A broad coalition of 60 local, national and international organizations filed an urgent action appeal to the United Nations on October 26th, 2016, urging them to issue an opinion to the U.S. government to immediately close all family detention centers … Read More

Philadelphia’s Queer Latino Community Stands In Solidarity with Black Community Against Racism In The Gayborhood
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Philadelphia’s Queer Latino Community Stands In Solidarity with Black Community Against Racism In The Gayborhood   PHILADELPHIA – Recent instances of anti-blackness and overall racism in Philadelphia’s gayborhood, have made the news on both citywide and national platforms. As any … Read More

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