Nat’l Day of Remembrance with Maria Espinoza on The Ruthie Report
Please join Ruthie - Thursday Oct. 15th, 2015 at 9 pm EST, 8 pm CST, 6 pm PST with Guest: MARIA ESPINOZA National Director of The Remembrance Project/Stolen Lives
Maria and Ruthie will discuss the upcoming annual National Day of Remembrance for the Victims of Illegal Aliens - which is November 1st, 2015 - They will discuss the times and locations of this years nationwide event and how you can get involved.
THE LOST LIVES FOREVER GONE - THE PAIN AND SUFFERING THAT WAS SO PREVENTABLE ………MUST NEVER BE DISMISSED, SWEPT AWAY OR FORGOTTEN AND IT IS UP TO US TO MAKE SURE THAT
THOSE LOST FRIENDS, BROTHERS, SISTERS, MOTHERS, DADS, CHILDREN AND MORE HAVE A VOICE.
We Are Their Voices!!!
Maria’s Bio follows.
Maria Espinoza is co-founder and national director of The Remembrance Project, a 501c3 non-profit organization.
She has volunteered her time for six (6) years traveling across the country advocating for the families of the victims who were killed by illegal aliens.
Maria has arranged for families to testify in state legislatures and before the Senate and House Judiciary Committees.
She has met with some our countries’ top officials including U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson, and former Attorney General Eric Holder.
The Organization has two main initiatives:
1. The Stolen Lives Quilt, which memorializes Americans in each State who have been killed by illegal aliens
2. The new initiative America First Latinos, which is a group of Latinos that insist the priority in America must be the safety and welfare of Americans and America.
The Remembrance Project
PO Box 440548
Houston, TX 77244
Stolen Lives Quilt
America First Latinos
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