Stolen Lives Quilt

Our "Stolen Lives Quilt" initiative gives a voice to the thousands of Americans whose lives have been "stolen" and who no longer have a voice.

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2013 National Campaign

Join the campaign to unite the families of the victims killed by illegal aliens, place the interest of American families at the forefront, and locate Leaders in each state to give a voice to the victims.

SLQ Tour

The Remembrance Project is taking the Stolen Lives Quilt initiative across the country in order to bring attention to American who have been killed by illegal aliens.

WASHINGTON TIMES-by  Stephen Dinan:  Obama Could Stop 50,000 deportations a year by carving out traffic offenses:
 "If Mr. Obama gives amnesty to illegal aliens with 'traffic offenses' know that more Americans will be killed by these same illegal alien offenders," said Maria Espinoza, national director of The Remembrance Project, which draws attention to Americans killed by illegal immigrants


Fox26 by Kristi
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EXAMINER-by Dave Gibson:  Latino activist is bringing attention to Americans killed by illegal aliens:  On Saturday, director of The Remembrance Project will be speaking at a rally in Des Moines, Iowa.  Espinoza travels the country throughout the year bringing with her the "Stolen Lives Quilt," which is  emblazoned with images of those killed by illegal aliens



The National Remembrance Day for the Victims Killed by illegal aliens

Sunday,  11.2.2014


About Us

The Remembrance Project, a 501(c)3 non-profit, was created in 2009 to honor and remember Americans who have been killed by illegal aliens. The Remembrance Project educates, raises awareness, and conducts outreach in order to support and protect Americansand their families' well-being and safety through upholding U.S. laws and following the Constitution.

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