Esperanza remembers and honors the nearly 3,000 civilians, military personnel, and emergency workers killed in the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. We join in mourning with those who, after sixteen years, continue to grapple with the profound grief of losing friends and loved ones to violence. As we pray for healing in the hearts of individuals and in our world, we will continue to pursue transformation and renewal in our Hunting Park community and across the United States. We wish everyone a peaceful September 11.
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- Too many Philadelphians continue to risk losing access to clean running water if they fall behind with paying their water bill. Our neighbors are relying on shut-off protections which need to be renewed. Water shutoffs is a public health issue and more importantly a moral one. We call upon the next Mayor of the City of Philadelphia to permanently renew these protections. November 7, 2023
- Univision 65, Esperanza and Impacto Media Invite the Candidates Back to North Philadelphia for “Filadelfia Decide: A Latino Community Conversation with Mayoral Candidates” November 1, 2023
- Vice President of Marketing and Communications, Jael Conde, is a part of VisitPhilly Hispanic Voices campaign, highlighting the rich diversity within Philadelphia’s Hispanic and Latino communities. October 6, 2023
- ‘Digital Navigator’ program to expand internet help to Philadelphia’s neighboring counties October 6, 2023
- Philly sends out 2nd wave of SEPTA ‘Zero Fare’ cards for low-income residents October 6, 2023