Homies Unidos offers low cost tattoo removal for graduates of the Epiphany Project program.
Although tattoo removal for many the process is consider a physical and cosmetic, tattoos represent emotional and personal stories of our lives. The Epiphany Project is design with that in mind, offering personal and life skills to guide them through the emotional process of removing their tattoos.
If you are upset with the policies controlling your community? You can change that!
For too long our communities have been underrepresented by local, state and federal officials. You can change that.
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Have you found yourself calling friends to find out what to do after Law Enforcement has stopped you? Do you know your Miranda Rights? What if Immigration knocks on your door, do you know what to do? If you don't know, you may say or do things that will have long lasting negative results for you and your family. Get informed!
Wednesday, April 6th, 2016
Join us at 6:30 for a panel discussion with unaccompanied minors from Homies Unidos’ Central American Youth Council, who will talk about their experience. They will share their stories and work they are doing now to help others as they integrate into our community, schools and homes.
Wednesday, March 30th, 2016
You can help us reach our goal In solidarity with Central American Refugees (CAR), Homies Unidos is proposing to put together the first locally-accessible Central American Young Women Project. The main purpose will be to ensure that these refugee young women feel welcomed, provide health resources and on-the-spot referrals, build a supportive community, and create […]
Friday, November 13th, 2015
The School of The Americas(SOA) Watch Vigil is held every year in November. This year, it is being held from November 21-23. Thousands of individuals come together at the gates of the SOA and commemorate martyrs in Latin America who lost their lives; such as the Jesuit priests in El Salvador and thousands of Guatemalan […]