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2220 Broadway Street
HOUSTON
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713-454-6470

Justice For Our Neighbors Houston / East Texas (JFON Houston-ETX) is part of a network of more than 15 locally funded and managed sites that operate approximately 40 church-based immigration legal clinics serving more than 3,000 low-income clients a year.

JFON sites take on a wide range of immigration cases, including asylum cases for those seeking protection from persecution or even death, survivors of human trafficking who  apply for protection, detention cases, and many more.  The Justice For Our Neighbors network also leads immigrant communities to better understand their rights and equip faith communities to respond quickly to emerging threats, such as workplace raids or emerging ministry opportunities created by changes in immigration policy or practice.

Events

Stonewall Is Now
Jun
25
10:00 AM10:00

Stonewall Is Now

Cities, companies, and organizations across the country are commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots with parties this June. But Stonewall never ended. Stonewall is now.

At least eleven Black trans women have been murdered this year—including Layleen Polanco, who died at Rikers because she couldn’t afford $500 bail. Two trans migrants have died due to ICE and CBP negligence. The U.S. government continues to push policies and rhetoric that threaten our survival. The same state that targeted us in 1969 is still killing us in prisons, detention centers, and inciting violence against us in public.

Join us in El Paso on 6/25 for a rally and day of action—or take action wherever you are online and in the streets—to reclaim Pride, honor Stonewall, and demand justice. We must hold the U.S. government accountable for the deaths of Black and brown trans women, because #StonewallIsNow.

A.   Here’s how you can take action:

1.    Sign our pledge and share it on social media. Here’s the link: https://bit.ly/stonewallisnow

2.    Email the pledge to your friends, family, and coworkers.

3.    On social media, share a photo of you holding a sign stating why you support Black trans women and trans migrants.

4.    Record a short video explaining why you support Black trans women and trans migrants.

5.    Share our graphics on social media.

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