Annunciation House events

*News from  Annunciation House*

10,000 of our sisters and brothers in Ciudad Juarez have been killed since

This Sunday, join us at the 2012 Voice of the Voiceless Vigil and
Projection of Names hosted by Annunciation House as we gather to give name,
face, and voice to the 10,000 killed in Cd. Juarez, their families, and
those affected by all forms of violence. We will stand in solidarity to
bear witness to the violence toward the immigrant and to the threat to the
right to be human. They will not be forgotten. *


*Annunciation House, 1003 E. San Antonio Ave.*

  • Sunday, April 22, 7:45PM:* Press conference, vigil, and projection of
    10,000 names of those killed in Cd. Juarez onto the Annunciation House
  • Every evening, Sunday, April 22 through Friday, April 27 8:00PM TO 12:00AM:
    Vigil followed by the projection of names and images onto the
    Annunciation House building
  • Continuously, Sunday, April 22 through Friday, April 27 *
  • Day and Night: Memorial Altar

*We invite you to bring flowers, mementos, and/or other symbols to place upon the altar  in memory of the 10,000 who have been killed in Ciudad Juarez and the more than 50,000 who have died throughout Mexico*
*Other upcoming events of the 2012 Voice of the Voiceless include:


  • Saturday,  April 28th, 6pm to 9pm*

Amistad Hall of Sta. Lucia Parish, 518 Gallagher St.; Dinner Tickets:  $50 2012 Voice of the Voiceless Award Recipient is Javier Sicilia, Mexican Journalist, Novelist, Poet, and Activist. Read El Paso Times article here


*Friday, April 27th, 6 PM TO 9PM, and Saturday, April 28th, 8am to 1pm:* St. Patrick Cathedral Multipurpose Center, 1111 N. Stanton St. No cost to attend; seating is limited.

*Annunciation House<…> is a
homeless shelter in downtown El Paso dedicated to accompanying the  **migrant,
homeless, and economically vulnerable peoples of the border region.*

For information about any event or to purchase dinner tickets, call
915-533-4675, stop by 815 Myrtle Ave., or

About virginiaisaad

Virginia is a journalist based in Los Angeles who's written for publications including Los Angeles magazine, Upworthy, and Elite Daily. She was born in Argentina and raised in the San Fernando Valley along with her three siblings. Fun fact: She took a Chicanas and Feminism course with Eva Longoria while studying for her master's in mass communication at California State University, Northridge. Follow her on Twitter @virginiaisaad

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