17Mar 2017

El Proyecto Resurrección está comprometido al desarrollo de relaciones y comunidades sanas.  Por esta razón estamos preocupados por las acusaciones en las últimas semanas que han empañado la reputación de Orozco Community Academy, su personal, alumnos y familias. Mientras que las preocupaciones de algunas madres que son el centro de estas alegaciones merecen reconocimiento, no […]

17Mar 2017

The Resurrection Project is committed to building relationships and healthy communities.  That is why we are concerned about the allegations made over the last few weeks that tarnish the reputation of Orozco Community Academy, its personnel, students and families. While the concerns of a few parents at the center of these allegations need acknowledgement, they […]

23Feb 2017

The Resurrection Project’s staff is working tirelessly in coordination with community leaders, city, state, and federal elected officials to develop the support systems needed by immigrant families affected by the recent executive orders. We will continue to create new programs and enhance existing ones in order to guarantee the information and resources that are vital for […]

17Feb 2017

Chicago, IL – The Resurrection Project (TRP) is proud to announce that they recently received a $50,000.00 grant through Chicago Tribune Charities, a McCormick Foundations Fund. This one-year grant TRP received will support La Casa Persistence program. La Casa is a first-of-its-kind community-based college dormitory and resource center that combines student support services with affordable […]

14Dec 2016

December 14, 2016 MEDIA CONTACTS: Diana Pando, 312.880.1140 dpando@resurrectionproject.org Tara Tidwell Cullen, 312.660.1337 ttidwellcullen@heartlandalliance.org The Chicago City Council Approves Budget for Chicago Legal Defense Fund for Immigrants TRP and Heartland Alliance’s National Immigrant Justice Center to assist 20,000 immigrants with legal protection On Wednesday, December 14th, The Chicago City Council approved the budget for Chicago’s […]

08Dec 2016

Since the election, there has been great fear and anxiety in the immigrant community caused by the president-elect’s campaign pledge to deport immigrants and eliminate the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program that provides protection from deportation to more than 740,000 DREAMers. As a naturalized immigrant myself and co-founder of The Resurrection Project, an […]