The Remembrance Project Is Moving to D.C. to Support Donald Trump’s VOICE Program
The Remembrance Project’s move to Washington D.C. was featured on Brietbart today.
‘The group which indefatigably pushed the long-ignored problem of illegal-alien crime into the nation’s politics is opening a headquarters in Washington, D.C.
The Remembrance Project was founded in 2009 by Maria Espinoza, and the group launched the Stolen Lives Quilt project to spread the word about illegal alien crime. Thanks in part to their efforts, less than a decade later, President Donald Trump has launched a new federal program, the Victims of Immigration Crime Engagement (VOICE), to help the victims and families of crime by illegal aliens.’