New DHS guidance regarding immigrant workers and protection from deportation

“On January 13, 2023, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released new guidance about a new process for immigrant workers that will greatly benefit immigrant workers, including survivors who experience harm or discrimination in the workplace. In this new process, immigrant workers can apply for temporary protection from deportation (and for […]

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Register for ¡Adelante! Introducing “Community Connections: Working in Rural Communities”

¡Adelante! A celebration of 40 years of Latin@-led advocacy starts next week! In honor of Esperanza United’s 40th anniversary we’re  bringing together hundreds of Latin@ advocates to celebrate, heal, grow, and learn in this virtual series.  We’re happy to present, “Community Connections: Working in Rural Communities” featuring María Limón, an independent […]

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Meet the team: Vivian Huelgo

Meet Vivian Huelgo, Chief Programs Officer Where are you from?  Born in Brooklyn NY and raised in Queens, NY to Hugo y Bertha, my beloved parents who immigrated from Colombia. Where do you feel most at home? In New York City with my oldest friends and family around me. What inspires […]

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Register for ¡Adelante!: “Economic Empowerment of Latin@s” and “How to Survive the Nonprofit Sector as Latin@/POC Executive”

Register now for ¡Adelante! A celebration of 40 years of Latin@-led advocacy. From February 15-17, 2023, this free, virtual series brings together hundreds of Latin@ advocates to celebrate, heal, grow, and learn. Interpretation is available in each session of this virtual series. As part of the event, we’re excited to present […]

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