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Our hearts go out to everyone impacted by the weather conditions in the region. We appreciate the work being done by volunteers and organizations across the state to provide resources to local communities. Please find links to resources and sources that have been providing updates with the latest information:

When: October 3, 2019, 6:30pm - 8:30pm

Where: Peter Pan Mini-Golf, 1207 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, TX 78704

Click on the link above for more information. We hope to see you there.

The EJC, in partnership with the Mexican Consulate of Austin, Education Austin, NALEO Educational Fund, the AFL-CIO and Univision Austin, is holding a Citizenship Drive Event on April 1. // El Centro de Justicia e Igualdad (Equal Justice Center) en colaboración con el Consulado Mexicano de Austin, Fondo Educativo de NALEO, AFL-CIO, Llevará a cabo un taller de Ciudadanía el 1 de abril.

El Centro de Justicia e Igualdad (Equal Justice Center), como parte de la alianza Texas Here to Stay (Texas No Nos Vamos), está organizando una serie de talleres y consultas de inmigración donde todos los inmigrantes, independientemente de su estatus migratorio, pueden ser informados sobre sus derechos. //
The Equal Justice Center, as part of the Texas Here to Stay coalition is co-hosting a series of information sessions and immigration consultations where all immigrants, regardless of immigration status, can be informed of their rights.

El Centro de Justicia e Igualdad (Equal Justice Center) en colaboración con Los Barrios de Amarillo, y el Amarillo Wesley Community Center tendran foro para que Conozcan sus Derechos en Amarillo, Texas.//

The Equal Justice Center, with Los Barrios de Amarillo and the Amarillo Wesley Community Center, is co-hosting a a series of Know Your Rights sessions in Amarillo, Texas.

As 2015 comes to a close, the Equal Justice Center is actively pushing forward in three different ways to help implement President Obama’s ground-breaking executive immigration programs.

Responding to the startling wave of refugee children fleeing Central American who have arrived at the Texas-Mexico border in recent months seeking refuge in the U.S. , the Equal Justice Center has mobilized its attorneys, law students, and interns have mobilized to help address their humanitarian need for legal counsel and assistance.