El Paso Times

Community Policing, Sheriff Richard Wiles, Arturo Aguila, Public Safety

Border Interfaith Leaders Build Trust with El Paso Sheriff

Tuesday, July 19, 2016
El Paso Times

Over 80 leaders of Border Interfaith participated in three meetings with El Paso Sheriff Richard Wiles (including Lieutenants and Deputies) over the course of two months to build relationships of trust and to address community concerns... Read more about Border Interfaith Leaders Build Trust with El Paso Sheriff

Border Interfaith

Workforce Development, Economic Development, Texas IAF, Community Organizing in Texas, EPISO, Border Interfaith

ARRIBA Celebrates 1,000th Grad & ACE Award of Half Million

Thursday, May 22, 2014
El Paso Times

The same week Project ARRIBA celebrated its one thousandth graduate from its workforce development program, leaders celebrated the announcement that it had won $500,000 to expand access to training to 300 more individuals in El Paso... Read more about ARRIBA Celebrates 1,000th Grad & ACE Award of Half Million

EPISO

Payday Lending, Credit, Loans, economic justice, Arturo Aguila

EPISO & Border Interfaith Pass Payday Lending Reforms

Tuesday, January 7, 2014
El Paso Times

El Paso leaders succeeded in their efforts to limit how much payday lenders can make on the backs of working families....  Read more about EPISO & Border Interfaith Pass Payday Lending Reforms

EPISO

organizing for urban school reform, organizing in El Paso, organizing in Texas, IAF, organizing for better schools, educational justice

EPISO Challenges School Spending and Representational Disparities

Thursday, July 19, 2012
El Paso Times

Before the board meeting on Wednesday, the El Paso Interreligious Sponsoring Organization, or EPISO, and the Paso del Norte Civil Rights Project argued that the district’s at-large elected board does not ensure equal representation throughout the communities it serves. Read more about EPISO Challenges School Spending and Representational Disparities

EPISO

organizing for urban school reform, organizing in El Paso, organizing in Texas, educational justice, educational equity, school funding

EPISO Leverages Commitments for Equity in School Funding

Monday, October 29, 2012
El Paso Times

More than 200 leaders of El Paso Interreligious Sponsoring Organization assembled to challenge Clint Independent School District board candidates to “eliminate all disparities in per student funding throughout the district if elected….Challenge Read more about EPISO Leverages Commitments for Equity in School Funding

EPISO