WHAT: On April 16th, Latino Memphis and Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) will have a press conference concerning a legal filing for Manuel Duran.
WHO: Latino Memphis and Southern Poverty Law Center in collaboration with:
Tennessee Immigrant Rights & Refugee Coalition
Comunidades Unidas en Una Voz
Melisa Valdez, partner of Manuel Duran
WHEN: Monday, April 16th, 10 AM
WHERE: Outside Shelby County Sheriff’s Office
Downtown Memphis, corner of Washington Ave & N BB King Blvd
VISUALS: Community supporters, speakers at podium
ON-SITE MEDIA CONTACT: Christina Comas, Communications Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org
Latino Memphis is the largest Latino-serving nonprofit in the MidSouth, connecting thousands of clients with needed services in the areas of health, education and justice. The work of Latino Memphis is a collective approach working with our partners to create a vibrant Latino middle class in Memphis; a concept that will not only impact Latinos but the entire community. Latino Memphis is committed to raising the voice of Latinos in our region and working toward building a robust city.
Latino Memphis is a 501(c)(3) organization and a member of the UnidosUS Affiliate Network, collaborating on programs and advocacy to address the social, economic, and political barriers faced by the Latino community.