RITA Supporters

1. Alianza Mexicana por una Reforma Migratoria, Houston
2. All Saints Catholic Church, Ft. Worth
3. American Gateways, Austin
4. Annunciation House, El Paso
5. ARISE, Alamo
6. Arlington LULAC Council #4353, Arlington
7. ASEGARD, Dallas
8. Asociacion de Guatemaltecos en Texas, Austin
9. Assistant City Manager Steve Pena, City of Alton, Alton
10. Austin City Councilmember Mike Martinez, Austin
11. Austin Immigrant Rights Coalition, Austin
12. AYUDA, El Paso
13. Baldo’s Garage, Rio Grande Valley
14. Border Network for Human Rights, El Paso
15. Call To Action-RGV, McAllen
16. CARECEN, Houston
17. Casa Durango, Dallas
18. Casa de Proyecto Libertad, Harlingen
19. Casa del Inmigrante, Ft. Worth
20. Casa Marianella, Austin
21. Catholic Charities of Dallas
22. Catholic Charities of San Antonio
23. CC. Vida Comunio de Santidad, Rio Grande Valley
24. Centro Civico Monseñor Romero, Dallas
25. Centro de Mujeres de la Esperanza, El Paso
26. Centro de Recursos Centroamericanos (CRECEN), Houston
27. City of Alton, Alton
28. Coalicion Internacional de Mexicanos en le Exterior, Dallas
29. Coalition for Immigration Reform of Dallas/Fort Worth and North Texas
30. CodePink Austin, Austin
31. Dalia’s Beauty Salon, Rio Grande Valley
32. Dallas RITA Network, Dallas
33. DMRS – Diocese of Migrant and Refugee Services, El Paso
34. East Austin Voter Mobilization, Austin
35. El Acero Concrete, Rio Grande Valley
36. El Buen Samaritano, Austin
37. Eleganza Beauty Salon, Rio Grande Valley
38. English at Work, Austin
39. Equal Voice Network, Rio Grande Valley
40. Fundacion Ada Cuadros, Dallas
41. Grassroots Leadership, Austin
42. Greater Waco Youth Law Project, Waco
43. Hernandez Paints, Rio Grande Valley
44. Hidalgo County Texas Democratic Women, McAllen
45. Houston Coalition for Immigration Reform, Houston
46. Immigration Law Offices of Paul Parsons, P.C., Austin
47. J. Reyes Tire Service, Rio Grande Valley
48. Jovenes Fronterizos por un Mismo Sueno, El Paso
49. Junior’s Supermarket, Rio Grande Valley
50. La Union del Pueblo Entero(LUPE), San Juan
51. Las Americas, El Paso
52. Latina Mami, Austin
53. Lolis Styling Center, Rio Grande Valley
54. LULAC, El Paso
55. Materiales la Huna, Rio Grande Valley
56. MiFamilia Vota Civic Participation, Houston
57. Microland Electronics Corporation, Austin
58. Ministerios la Vida Verdadera, Rio Grande Valley
59. Mothers Against Discrimination and Racism in Education and Society (M.A.D.R.E.S.), Austin
60. Mujer Obrera, El Paso
61. National Council of Jewish Women Texas State Public Affairs Co-chairs
62. Nicaraguenses Inmigrantes Centralizados en Austin (NICA), Austin
63. OCA Greater Houston Chapter, Houston
64. Paso Del Norte Civil Rights Project, El Paso
65. Pastor Alfred Krebs, Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, Austin
66. Pax Christi Austin
67. Peace and Justice Committee, McAllen
68. Peace and Justice Ministry, El Paso
69. Peña’s Car Wash, Rio Grande Valley
70. People Organized in Defense of Earth and her Resources (PODER), Austin
71. Primera Iglesia Bautista Las Malpas, Rio Grande Valley
72. Proyecto Azteca, San Juan
73. Proyecto Juan Diego, Brownsville
74. RGV-BARCA, McAllen
75. Richard’s Pharmacy, Rio Grande Valley
76. Rodriguez Rentals, Rio Grande Valley
77. Roman Catholic Dioceses of Dallas, Dallas
78. S.D.S. Sacón, Rio Grande Valley
79. Santa Barbara Parish, Austin
80. SEIU Local 1 Justice for Janitors, Houston
81. Snown Snacks, Rio Grande Valley
82. South Texas Civil Rights Project (STCRP), San Juan
83. South Texas Immigration Council (STIC), McAllen
84. Southwest Key, Austin
85. Southwest Workers Union, Edinburg
86. St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Austin
87. St. Ignatius Parish, Austin
88. St. Pius Community Church, El Paso
89. START Center, San Benito
90. Taqueria Don Felipe, Rio Grande Valley
91. Taqueria Lara, Rio Grande Valley
92. Texans for Peace, Austin
93. Texans United for Families, Austin
94. Texas Organizing Project (TOP), Texas
95. Texas State Representative Eddie Rodriguez (District 51), Austin
96. Texas State Representative Elliott Naishtat (District 49), Austin
97. Texas State Representative Marisa Marquez (District 77), El Paso
98. Texas State Representative Naomi Gonzalez (District 76), El Paso
99. Texas State Representative Roberto Alonzo (District 104), Dallas
100. Texas State Senator Jose Rodriguez, (District 29), El Paso
101. Texas/Oklahoma/New Mexico Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association
102. The Austin Center for Peace and Justice, Austin
103. Trabajadores Fronterizos, El Paso
104. Travis County Commissioner Margaret J. Gomez, Austin
105. UNITE HERE Local 251, Texas
106. University Leadership Initiative, Austin
107. Valley Movement for Human Rights, Brownsville
108. Vasquez Min Store, Rio Grande Valley
109. Voces Unidas por los Inmigrantes, Garland
110. Welcoming Immigrants Network, Texas
111. Womens Intercultural Center, Anthony
112. Workers Defense Project, Austin

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The Reform Immigration for Texas Alliance (RITA) believes that Texas should be front and center in the debate over immigration reform. We are a multi-sector statewide network dedicated to building support for comprehensive immigration reform. RITA presents a common, pro-reform voice and push to fix America’s broken immigration system with fair, humane and sensible policies that foster America’s strength, security and prosperity.