FIEL ADVISORY: VIGIL FOR SAN ANTONIO MIGRANTS DEATH TODAY 7:00PM

PRESS ADVISORY
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


Contact:

Cesar Espinosa
Executive Director
CELL: 832-512-3733
E-Mail: cespinosa

Alain Cisneros (Español)
Campaigns Coordinator
Cell: 832-503-3689
Email: acisneros

VIGIL FOR SAN ANTONIO MIGRANTS DEATH

[HOUSTON, TX]TODAY Tuesday June 28, 2022 at 7:00pm at FIEL Headquarters (6610 Harwin #214 Houston, TX 77036) Community members, and FIEL members will gather to pray for the victims of the Tragedy in San Antonio, TX.

"What happened in San Antonio is not an accident nor was it necessary. What happened in San Antonio is a direct result of failed policies and failed promises. For years our community has been lied to about legal migration or ‘Pathways’ for people to migrate safely. Yet the US economy and in particular the state of Texas has benefited from these broken policies and broken promises. No, we do not have open borders if we did, 60 plus people would not have made the life ending decision to come to the US in the back of an 18 wheeler and lose their lives in the process. We need democrats republicans and everyone else involved to stop the lies to stop calling this a crisis and then doing nothing about it. Our hearts ache for the men, women and children who perished in San Antonio and we are here to work to make sure that this never ever happens again. But until we fix this broken system it will happen again. " – Cesar Espinosa FIEL Executive Director

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FIEL: Immigrant Families and Students in the Struggle is an Immigrant Led Civil Rights Organization that advocates for just laws for all families, access to higher education for all people regardless of immigration status, and for the rights of all people in unjust situations.

www.fielhouston.org

Twitter: @FIELHouston

Instagram: @FIELHouston

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FIEL: STATEMENT ON DEATHS OF MIGRANTS IN SAN ANTONIO

PRESS STATEMENT
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


Contact:

Cesar Espinosa
Executive Director
CELL: 832-512-3733
E-Mail: cespinosa

Alain Cisneros (Español)
Campaigns Coordinator
Cell: 832-503-3689
Email: acisneros

STATEMENT ON MIGRANT DEATHS IN SAN ANTONIO

[HOUSTON, TX]Tuesday June 28, 2022. The following quote may be attributed to Cesar Espinosa Executive Director of FIEL

"What happened in San Antonio is not an accident nor was it necessary. What happened in San Antonio is a direct result of failed policies and failed promises. For years our community has been lied to about legal migration or ‘Pathways’ for people to migrate safely. Yet the US economy and in particular the state of Texas has benefited from these broken policies and broken promises. No, we do not have open borders if we did, 60 plus people would not have made the life ending decision to come to the US in the back of an 18 wheeler and lose their lives in the process. We need democrats republicans and everyone else involved to stop the lies to stop calling this a crisis and then doing nothing about it. Our hearts ache for the men, women and children who perished in San Antonio and we are here to work to make sure that this never ever happens again. But until we fix this broken system it will happen again. " – Cesar Espinosa FIEL Executive Director

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FIEL: Immigrant Families and Students in the Struggle is an Immigrant Led Civil Rights Organization that advocates for just laws for all families, access to higher education for all people regardless of immigration status, and for the rights of all people in unjust situations.

www.fielhouston.org

Twitter: @FIELHouston

Instagram: @FIELHouston

Facebook: facebook.com/fielhou

PRESS RELEASE: LAWSUIT WOMAN DEMANDS JUSTICE AFTER BEING MAULED BY HCSO DOG

PRESS ADVISORY
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


Contact:

Cesar Espinosa
Executive Director
CELL: 832-512-3733
E-Mail: cespinosa

Alain Cisneros (Español)
Campaigns Coordinator
Cell: 832-503-3689
Email: acisneros

WOMAN DEMANDS JUSTICE AFTER BEING MAULED BY HCSO DOG

[HOUSTON, TX]On Friday June 17 2022 at 11:00am at 4721 Charwon St Houston, TX 77093 FIEL will join Ms Diana and attorney Artemio Muniz as they file a lawsuit against the Harris County Sheriff’s Office. The affected family, the attorneys and FIEL spokespeople will be available for comment.

Find the lawsuit here

Two years ago Ms Diana was sleeping outside in a makeshift room when in the middle of the night she was the victim of a vicious attack by a Harris County Canine Unit. After a long day of work Ms Diana had come home after making a large food order at her job. She came into her ‘private room’ outside of the main house on her property in an effort not to disturb her children… That is when out of nowhere she was attacked by a HCSO dog. During a manhunt the HCSO released a canine into Ms Diana’s room without a single warning. She was viciously mauled by the dog and when the officers found out she was not the person they were looking for they recalled the dog. The damage had been done though.

Artemio Muñiz, lawyer and member of legal team representing Maria Guardado Melgar says “The Harris County Sheriff’s blatant coverup of the K9 vicious attack on Maria, which violated her civil rights, and the purposeful hiding of requested documents, once again shows the Sheriff’s Department disgusting practice of undermining its own trust with the Houston community. We will not stop until we have the truth. “

Maria quote “I was terrorized, my family was terrorized, my rights were violated, I was attacked by the police dog in my own room while I was sleeping and the police are hiding the truth. “

"It is disheartening that two years later the HCSO refuses to take accountability for their actions. Since the attack Ms Diana has not been able to work to support her family. We demand an answer which is why we are supporting Ms Diana and her Attorney Artemio Muniz in the fight for justice. " – Cesar Espinosa FIEL Executive Director

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FIEL: Immigrant Families and Students in the Struggle is an Immigrant Led Civil Rights Organization that advocates for just laws for all families, access to higher education for all people regardless of immigration status, and for the rights of all people in unjust situations.

www.fielhouston.org

Twitter: @FIELHouston

Instagram: @FIELHouston

Facebook: facebook.com/fielhou

CESAR ESPINOSA Executive Director, FIEL HOUSTON INC
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FIEL ADVISORY:WOMAN DEMANDS JUSTICE AFTER BEING MAULED BY HCSO DOG

PRESS ADVISORY
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


Contact:

Cesar Espinosa
Executive Director
CELL: 832-512-3733
E-Mail: cespinosa

Alain Cisneros (Español)
Campaigns Coordinator
Cell: 832-503-3689
Email: acisneros

WOMAN DEMANDS JUSTICE AFTER BEING MAULED BY HCSO DOG

[HOUSTON, TX]On Friday June 17 2022 at 11:00am at 4721 Charwon St Houston, TX 77093 FIEL will join Ms Diana and attorney Artemio Muniz as they file a lawsuit against the Harris County Sheriff’s Office. The affected family, the attorneys and FIEL spokespeople will be available for comment.
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Two years ago Ms Diana was sleeping outside in a makeshift room when in the middle of the night she was the victim of a vicious attack by a Harris County Canine Unit. After a long day of work Ms Diana had come home after making a large food order at her job. She came into her ‘private room’ outside of the main house on her property in an effort not to disturb her children… That is when out of nowhere she was attacked by a HCSO dog. During a manhunt the HCSO released a canine into Ms Diana’s room without a single warning. She was viciously mauled by the dog and when the officers found out she was not the person they were looking for they recalled the dog. The damage had been done though.

"It is disheartening that two years later the HCSO refuses to take accountability for their actions. Since the attack Ms Diana has not been able to work to support her family. We demand an answer which is why we are supporting Ms Diana and her Attorney Artemio Muniz in the fight for justice. " – Cesar Espinosa FIEL Executive Director

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FIEL: Immigrant Families and Students in the Struggle is an Immigrant Led Civil Rights Organization that advocates for just laws for all families, access to higher education for all people regardless of immigration status, and for the rights of all people in unjust situations.

www.fielhouston.org

Twitter: @FIELHouston

Instagram: @FIELHouston

Facebook: facebook.com/fielhou

FIEL ADVISORY:WOMAN DEMANDS JUSTICE AFTER BEING MAULED BY HCSO DOG

PRESS ADVISORY
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


Contact:

Cesar Espinosa
Executive Director
CELL: 832-512-3733
E-Mail: cespinosa

Alain Cisneros (Español)
Campaigns Coordinator
Cell: 832-503-3689
Email: acisneros

WOMAN DEMANDS JUSTICE AFTER BEING MAULED BY HCSO DOG

[HOUSTON, TX]On Friday June 17 2022 at 11:00am at 4721 Charwon St Houston, TX 77093 FIEL will join Ms Diana and attorney Artemio Muniz as they file a lawsuit against the Harris County Sheriff’s Office. The affected family, the attorneys and FIEL spokespeople will be available for comment.

Two years ago Ms Diana was sleeping outside in a makeshift room when in the middle of the night she was the victim of a vicious attack by a Harris County Canine Unit. After a long day of work Ms Diana had come home after making a large food order at her job. She came into her ‘private room’ outside of the main house on her property in an effort not to disturb her children… That is when out of nowhere she was attacked by a HCSO dog. During a manhunt the HCSO released a canine into Ms Diana’s room without a single warning. She was viciously mauled by the dog and when the officers found out she was not the person they were looking for they recalled the dog. The damage had been done though.

"It is disheartening that two years later the HCSO refuses to take accountability for their actions. Since the attack Ms Diana has not been able to work to support her family. We demand an answer which is why we are supporting Ms Diana and her Attorney Artemio Muniz in the fight for justice. " – Cesar Espinosa FIEL Executive Director

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FIEL: Immigrant Families and Students in the Struggle is an Immigrant Led Civil Rights Organization that advocates for just laws for all families, access to higher education for all people regardless of immigration status, and for the rights of all people in unjust situations.

www.fielhouston.org

Twitter: @FIELHouston

Instagram: @FIELHouston

Facebook: facebook.com/fielhou

PRESS ADVISORY: HOUSTON JOINS IN CELEBRATING THE 10TH ANNIVERSARY OF DACA

PRESS ADVISORY
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


Contact:

Cesar Espinosa
Executive Director
CELL: 832-512-3733
E-Mail: cespinosa

Alain Cisneros (Español)
Campaigns Coordinator
Cell: 832-503-3689
Email: acisneros

HOUSTON JOINS IN CELEBRATING THE 10TH ANNIVERSARY OF DACA

[HOUSTON, TX]On Wednesday June 15, 2022 at 11:30 am at FIEL Headquarters (6610 Harwin #214 Houston, TX 77036) Houston’s Mayor Sylvester Turner, County Commissioner Adrian Garcia, Elected Officials, DREAMers and FIEL Spokespeople will gather to speak on the positive impact DACA has had over the last 10 years.

"Time sure does fly. in 2012 on the morning of June 15th My life and the lives of 800,000 undocumented youth took an unexpected but welcomed turn. Many of us DACA recipients were able to get drivers licenses continue our education and continue to grow with out families. Fortunately we are here 10 years and the DACA program continues to thrive. Unfortunately the program also continues to be under scrutiny by the evil hearted Attorney General of Texas Ken Paxton. We want to remind him and the country that immigrants our essential and we have continued to serve the nation in a variety of capacities from farm workers to doctors to teachers.Truth be told, we are tired of having to prove ourselves and we are also exhausted of pleading for protections for our families. Moving forward we would like for congress to finally take action and provide a common sense solution to our broken immigration system. We are ready to reach across party lines; we just need them to be ready to listen. " – Cesar Espinosa FIEL Executive Director

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FIEL: Immigrant Families and Students in the Struggle is an Immigrant Led Civil Rights Organization that advocates for just laws for all families, access to higher education for all people regardless of immigration status, and for the rights of all people in unjust situations.

www.fielhouston.org

Twitter: @FIELHouston

Instagram: @FIELHouston

Facebook: facebook.com/fielhou

PRESS ADVISORY: HOUSTON JOINS IN CELEBRATING THE 10TH ANNIVERSARY OF DACA

PRESS ADVISORY
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


Contact:

Cesar Espinosa
Executive Director
CELL: 832-512-3733
E-Mail: cespinosa

Alain Cisneros (Español)
Campaigns Coordinator
Cell: 832-503-3689
Email: acisneros

HOUSTON JOINS IN CELEBRATING THE 10TH ANNIVERSARY OF DACA

[HOUSTON, TX]On Wednesday June 15, 2022 at 11:30 am at FIEL Headquarters (6610 Harwin #214 Houston, TX 77036) Houston’s Mayor Sylvester Turner, County Commissioner Adrian Garcia, Elected Officials, DREAMers and FIEL Spokespeople will gather to speak on the positive impact DACA has had over the last 10 years.

"Time sure does fly. in 2012 on the morning of June 15th My life and the lives of 800,000 undocumented youth took an unexpected but welcomed turn. Many of us DACA recipients were able to get drivers licenses continue our education and continue to grow with out families. Fortunately we are here 10 years and the DACA program continues to thrive. Unfortunately the program also continues to be under scrutiny by the evil hearted Attorney General of Texas Ken Paxton. We want to remind him and the country that immigrants our essential and we have continued to serve the nation in a variety of capacities from farm workers to doctors to teachers.Truth be told, we are tired of having to prove ourselves and we are also exhausted of pleading for protections for our families. Moving forward we would like for congress to finally take action and provide a common sense solution to our broken immigration system. We are ready to reach across party lines; we just need them to be ready to listen. " – Cesar Espinosa FIEL Executive Director

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FIEL: Immigrant Families and Students in the Struggle is an Immigrant Led Civil Rights Organization that advocates for just laws for all families, access to higher education for all people regardless of immigration status, and for the rights of all people in unjust situations.

www.fielhouston.org

Twitter: @FIELHouston

Instagram: @FIELHouston

Facebook: facebook.com/fielhou

PRESS ADVISORY: HOUSTON JOINS IN CELEBRATING THE 10TH ANNIVERSARY OF DACA

PRESS ADVISORY
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


Contact:

Cesar Espinosa
Executive Director
CELL: 832-512-3733
E-Mail: cespinosa

Alain Cisneros (Español)
Campaigns Coordinator
Cell: 832-503-3689
Email: acisneros

HOUSTON JOINS IN CELEBRATING THE 10TH ANNIVERSARY OF DACA

[HOUSTON, TX]On Wednesday June 15, 2022 at 11:30 am at FIEL Headquarters (6610 Harwin #214 Houston, TX 77036) Houston’s Mayor Sylvester Turner, County Commissioner Adrian Garcia, Elected Officials, DREAMers and FIEL Spokespeople will gather to epak on the positive impact DACA has had over the last 10 years.

"Time sure does fly. in 2012 on the morning of June 15th My life and the lives of 800,000 undocumented youth took an unexpected but welcomed turn. Many of us DACA recipients were able to get drivers licenses continue our education and continue to grow with out families. Fortunately we are here 10 years and the DACA program continues to thrive. Unfortunately the program also continues to be under scrutiny by the evil hearted Attorney General of Texas Ken Paxton. We want to remind him and the country that immigrants our essential and we have continued to serve the nation in a variety of capacities from farm workers to doctors to teachers.Truth be told, we are tired of having to prove ourselves and we are also exhausted of pleading for protections for our families. Moving forward we would like for congress to finally take action and provide a common sense solution to our broken immigration system. We are ready to reach across party lines; we just need them to be ready to listen. " – Cesar Espinosa FIEL Executive Director

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FIEL: Immigrant Families and Students in the Struggle is an Immigrant Led Civil Rights Organization that advocates for just laws for all families, access to higher education for all people regardless of immigration status, and for the rights of all people in unjust situations.

www.fielhouston.org

Twitter: @FIELHouston

Instagram: @FIELHouston

Facebook: facebook.com/fielhou

FIEL PRESS ADVISORY: FIEL UNVEILS A MURAL HONORING UVALDE VICTIMS

PRESS ADVISORY
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


Contact:

Cesar Espinosa
Executive Director
CELL: 832-512-3733
E-Mail: cespinosa

Alain Cisneros (Español)
Campaigns Coordinator
Cell: 832-503-3689
Email: acisneros

FIEL UNVEILS A MURAL HONORING UVALDE VICTIMS

[HOUSTON, TX]On Monday June 13 2022 at 11:00am at 115 Shaver St Pasadena, TX 77506 Floyd Mendoza (Artist) FIEL Spokespeople and community members will gather to unveil this very important artwork.

"When we were approached by Mr. Mendoza we knew that we had to make his vision come to fruition. The tragedy that occured in Uvalde shook us all and as time goes on we must not forget. So, an installation such as this will be a constant reminder of why we need to keep advocating for vulnerable communities especially children.. Our hope is that we keep the conversation moving forward and we find common sense solutions which will protect our kids. " – Cesar Espinosa FIEL Executive Director

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FIEL: Immigrant Families and Students in the Struggle is an Immigrant Led Civil Rights Organization that advocates for just laws for all families, access to higher education for all people regardless of immigration status, and for the rights of all people in unjust situations.

www.fielhouston.org

Twitter: @FIELHouston

Instagram: @FIELHouston

Facebook: facebook.com/fielhou

FIEL Advisory: FIEL UNVEILS A MURAL HONORING UVALDE VICTIMS.

PRESS ADVISORY
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


Contact:

Cesar Espinosa
Executive Director
CELL: 832-512-3733
E-Mail: cespinosa

Alain Cisneros (Español)
Campaigns Coordinator
Cell: 832-503-3689
Email: acisneros

FIEL UNVEILS A MURAL HONORING UVALDE VICTIMS

[HOUSTON, TX]On Monday June 13 2022 at 11:00am at 115 Shaver St Pasadena, TX 77506 Floyd Mendoza (Artist) FIEL Spokespeople and community members will gather to unveil this very important artwork.

"When we were approached by Mr. Mendoza we knew that we had to make his vision come to fruition. The tragedy that occured in Uvalde shook us all and as time goes on we must not forget. So, an installation such as this will be a constant reminder of why we need to keep advocating for vulnerable communities especially children.. Our hope is that we keep the conversation moving forward and we find common sense solutions which will protect our kids. " – Cesar Espinosa FIEL Executive Director

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FIEL: Immigrant Families and Students in the Struggle is an Immigrant Led Civil Rights Organization that advocates for just laws for all families, access to higher education for all people regardless of immigration status, and for the rights of all people in unjust situations.

www.fielhouston.org

Twitter: @FIELHouston

Instagram: @FIELHouston

Facebook: facebook.com/fielhou