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October 20, 2021

This is how our 1st National Meeting "Miracles of the purple heart" was lived in Dallas, TX where we recognized the victims of domestic violence and reminded them that they are not alone and that we join their fight.

We thank all the people who supported us, allied organizations, our sponsors, the Mayor of Arlington, Mr. Jim Rosse, the Dallas and Arlington Police, who made this event possible and the survivors who were encouraged to tell their story to continue motivating and empowering more people.

Co Directoras Nacionales junto a la Policía de Dallas y Arlington, TX
Co Directoras Nacionales junto a la Policía de Dallas y Arlington, TX

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Erica Vazquez y Johanna Fonseca, Co Directoras Nacionales
Erica Vazquez y Johanna Fonseca, Co Directoras Nacionales

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Stage del evento Miracles of the Purple Heart
Stage del evento Miracles of the Purple Heart

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Co Directoras Nacionales junto a la Policía de Dallas y Arlington, TX
Co Directoras Nacionales junto a la Policía de Dallas y Arlington, TX

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Johanna Fonseca, Co Directora Nacional junto a la Vice Cónsul Olga Sánchez
Johanna Fonseca, Co Directora Nacional junto a la Vice Cónsul Olga Sánchez

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Nuestras charlas educativas
Nuestras charlas educativas

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Charlas sobre servicios migratorios
Charlas sobre servicios migratorios

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Johanna Fonseca, Co Directora Nacional junto a la Vice Cónsul Olga Sánchez
Johanna Fonseca, Co Directora Nacional junto a la Vice Cónsul Olga Sánchez

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ALLIANCE WITH THE CONSULATE GENERAL OF GUATEMALA IN CHICAGO

As part of our national campaign in the month of the fight against domestic violence, our Co-Executive Director, Johanna Fonseca, joined with the Vice Consul Olga Sánchez of the Consulate General of Guatemala in Chicago to provide prevention information and resources for the victims of domestic violence.

PARTNERSHIP WITH THE CONSULATE OF MEXICO IN CHICAGO

We met with the Consul for Protection of the Consulate General of Mexico in Chicago, Óscar Alva, and his collaborators adjusting details for our soon return to face-to-face talks at the Consulate. Remember that there are different resources and aids made available to you so that you can apply to the different benefits available if you have been the victim of a crime in the United States and do not have an immigration status.

Cónsul de Protección, Óscar Alva con nuestra Co Directora Nacional, Johanna Fonseca
Cónsul de Protección, Óscar Alva con nuestra Co Directora Nacional, Johanna Fonseca

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Equipo de trabajo Mil Mujeres y Consulado de México en Chicago
Equipo de trabajo Mil Mujeres y Consulado de México en Chicago

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Cónsul de Protección, Óscar Alva con nuestra Co Directora Nacional, Johanna Fonseca
Cónsul de Protección, Óscar Alva con nuestra Co Directora Nacional, Johanna Fonseca

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Cónsul General Pedro Rodríguez y nuestra Co Directora Nacional, Johanna Fonseca
Cónsul General Pedro Rodríguez y nuestra Co Directora Nacional, Johanna Fonseca

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Embajadora de El Salvador, Milena Mayorga junto a nuestra Co Directora Nacional, Johanna Fonseca
Embajadora de El Salvador, Milena Mayorga junto a nuestra Co Directora Nacional, Johanna Fonseca

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Inauguración del Centro de Impresiones del Documento Único de Identidad (DUI)
Inauguración del Centro de Impresiones del Documento Único de Identidad (DUI)

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Cónsul General Pedro Rodríguez y nuestra Co Directora Nacional, Johanna Fonseca
Cónsul General Pedro Rodríguez y nuestra Co Directora Nacional, Johanna Fonseca

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INAUGURATION OF THE UNIQUE IDENTITY DOCUMENT PRINTING CENTER IN VIRGINIA

Our Co-Executive Director, Johanna Fonseca, was present in Virginia at the inauguration of the Unique Identity Document (DUI) Impression Center accompanying the ambassador of El Salvador, Milena Mayorga. He also celebrated the reopening of our talks at the Consulate of El Salvador in Maryland by Consul General Pedro Rodríguez. Thanks to the government of El Salvador for opening the doors to us.

INAUGURATION OF THE UNIQUE IDENTITY DOCUMENT PRINTING CENTER IN VIRGINIA

Our Co-Executive Director, Johanna Fonseca, was present in Virginia at the inauguration of the Unique Identity Document (DUI) Impression Center accompanying the ambassador of El Salvador, Milena Mayorga. He also celebrated the reopening of our talks at the Consulate of El Salvador in Maryland by Consul General Pedro Rodríguez. Thanks to the government of El Salvador for opening the doors to us.

Feria Dallas
Feria Dallas

Nuestra Directora Ejecutiva junto a las organizadoras del evento.

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Feria Dallas
Feria Dallas

Stand de Mil Mujeres en la Feria

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Feria Dallas
Feria Dallas

Atención a las personas que se acercaban a nuestro stand en la Feria

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Feria Dallas
Feria Dallas

Nuestra Directora Ejecutiva junto a las organizadoras del evento.

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September 6, 2017

On September 5, 2017 , the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) began the orderly phase-out of the program known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). DHS will provide a limited period of six months during which it will consider certain DACA requests and applications for employment authorization, under specific parameters.

MIL MUJERES PROVIDES KNOW-YOUR-RIGHTS WORKSHOPS IN PHOENIX.

August 1, 2017

Come and join us for our community workshops in Phoenix, AZ. In collaboration with the Mexican Consulate in Phoenix, Mil Mujeres will be providing presentations about immigration rights and resources in the area. For more information, contact us at info@milmujeres.org.

THOUSAND WOMEN RECEIVES IDB GRANT

Jul 12, 2017

The grant is part of the IDB's 19-year-old Community Relations Program, which is composed of four main areas: corporate philanthropy, volunteerism, in-kind donations and fund-raising campaigns.

MARCH AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

October 28, 2016

WE MARCH AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ..
Let's say "ENOUGH" to violence and share the message so that we take action and fight together against violence

Credit: Noticias Telemundo Washignton DC

FAMILY REUNION

June 28, 2016

This is the story of a woman who after 16 years of not seeing her children had the opportunity to bring them to the United States thanks to the U Visa.

Credit: Univision News - Washington DC

FAMILY REUNION

May 25, 2016

It was possible to see her son again after 9 years. We live the reunion and happiness of this mother who has already obtained her U visa.

Credit from Telemundo Noticias .