Educating and raising awareness of the epidemic of preventable killings of Americans by individuals who should not have been in the country in the first place. Current laws must be enforced and borders secured to stop this permanent separation of families.
The Remembrance Project’s move to Washington D.C. was featured on Brietbart today. via Breitbart: ‘The group which indefatigably pushed the long-ignored problem of illegal-alien crime into the nation’s politics is opening a headquarters in W..
WASHINGTON, DC – Maria Espinoza, Co-founder and National Director of The Remembrance Project, today announced it is moving its corporate headquarters to Washington, DC, just blocks from the House and Senate Office buildings. Espinoza’s ‘stolen l..
Our “Stolen Lives Quilt” initiative gives a voice to the thousands of Americans whose lives have been “stolen”. The Quilt is made up of 3′ x 6′ banners that display the faces, names, and short story of three victims. Th..
Maria Espinoza, Co-founder and National Director of The Remembrance Project, was summoned to Washington in late January to stand with President Trump at the historic January 25, 2017 signing of his Executive Orders on BORDER SECURITY AND IMMIGRATION E..
On January 30th, 2017, The New Yorker, in its online magazine, identified patriot and advocate for American families Maria Espinoza, as a prime example of what the New Yorker labels as a “hard-liner” whose “main policy concerns has been the existe..