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Aliento-Building Power Through Art 

Contact: Reyna Montoya, Founder

Phone: 480-430-9825, email: REMontoy90@gmail.com

Email: www.alientoaz.org, Facebook.com/AlientoAZ

In Aliento, we create community healing through art that leads to collective people power.  We create art that reflects the humanity of undocumented immigrants who have been criminalized by the harsh and unjust U.S. detention and deportation system.

Through political education workshops, community building spaces, leadership development, and art creation, we seek to shift the U.S. society away from the belief that punitive practices lead to justice and safety for our society.  

Through art we heal and build power to reimagine a community without a punitive system, where we create a healing and learning space instead of punishment and blame.

Central Arizonans for a Sustainable Economy (CASE)

Contact: Emmanuel Gallardo, Immigration and Worker Center Coordinator

2401 N. Central Ave, Suite 120

Phoenix, AZ 85004

602-904-2533

egallardo86@gmail.com

www.case-az.org

Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc.

Marisela Flores

marisela.flores@cplc.org

602-257-5526

1112 E. Buckeye Rd. Phoenix, AZ  85034   

https://www.cplc.org/JoinUs/Volunteer                                                               

http://www.cplc.org/ 

CPLC is the only community development corporation in Arizona that offers extensive services in both urban and rural areas.  Its service delivery system is expansive enough to effectively reach thousands of low-income people.  In its perpetual drive to provide needed services, CPLC continually assesses the needs of its communities throughout Arizona 

 

Living United for Change (LUCHA)

3120 N. 19th Ave, suite 190

Phoenix, AZ 85015

602-388-9745

623-262-1742 (office)                                    

http://www.luchaaz.org/

https://www.luchaaz.org/volunteer

DREAMERS                       FAIR ELECTIONS                    IMMIGRATION REFORM

Living United for Change in Arizona (LUCHA) is a dynamic, membership-led, grassroots organization; building power with Arizona’s working families to advance social, racial and economic justice for all. Through leadership development, grassroots campaigns, advocacy and civic engagement, we seek to create an Arizona in which every person enjoys equal rights, opportunities and protections.

 

Mi Familia Vota   

Ana Licona, Leadership Development Coordinator 

Ana.l@mifamiliavota.org, (602)-410-5044

1450 E. Indian School, Suite 100 

Phoenix, AZ 85014

                                                                                                                                     

Mi Familia Vota Education Fund (MFVEF) is a national non-profit organization working to unite the Latino community and its allies to promote social and economic justice through increased civic participation. Visit us online at www.mifamiliavota.org

 

Puente Movement

www.puenteaz.org                                                                                                  

volunteer@puenteaz.org

info@puenteaz.org

(602)-252-1283

 Puente Arizona is part of the global movement for migrant justice and human rights. As a grassroots community-based group Puente promotes justice, non-violence, interdependence and human dignity. Puente Arizona works to empower the community and build bridges by working collaboratively with various organizations and individuals.