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Juntos is a non-profit organization that works to fight for the rights of the latino-immigrant community in our city and surrounding areas. We cannot do this work without contributions from people who care deeply about this work like yourself!

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Is Philadelphia the next city to end ICE Holds?

On March 12, 2014 the city of Philadelphia, for the first time ever in it’s history, held public City Council hearings on the issue of local police collaborating with federal immigration agents and the use of ICE Holds. It was an empowering day when our community marched from South Philadelphia all the way to Center City and slowly filled City Council Chambers and began speaking out against this unjust system

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Historic milestone in Norristown for Immigrant Community

  It was a historic day in Norristown, PA this past Sunday (Jan. 5th). The Norristown Juntos committee held a town hall hosting Police Chief Talbot to listen to the experiences of the Latino immigrant community in regards to their history and experience with local police. One of the main issues discussed at the event were immigration holds. A civil immigration detainer, also known as an immigration hold, is a request from U.S. Immigration

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VICTORY: ICE Shut down in Philadelphia

Yesterday, on the Eve of the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, many brave and courageous leaders of Juntos, along with many of our supporters, used their bodies to block ICE deportation vehicles at the downtown Philadelphia ICE headquarters, just as they prepared to transfer immigrant detainees. Our heroes were prepared to risk arrest because they are tired of President Obama’s dragent programs, like “Secure Communities,” or “S-COMM,” as well

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Our Right to be Here: Deportations and Identifications

Every year Juntos supports over 300 families through moments of crisis, including deportations.  Not having a valid local identification or a driver’s license, when encountering local police at a traffic stop or in the community, is where many of our deportation cases begin.  In the almost twelve years since the founding of Juntos our community has fought back against thousands of deportations in the state of Pennsylvania that have broken

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