25th Anniversary Gala 2018


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25th Anniversary Gala 2018


Leadership Training & Development

This training’s bring Latina Immigrant women together using popular education methods and other community organizing techniques to strengthen self-esteem

Fighting for Latina Immigrant Women’s Rights

SEPA Mujer always makes sure that Latina immigrant women’s issues and voices continue to guide our daily conversations and meetings.

Legal Assistance & Advocacy

SEPA Mujer’s leaders are highly concerned with the lack of voice Latina immigrant women have in the civic process. We ensure the voice of Latina immigrants are heard.

in the news

Denying Asylum To Domestic Violence Survivors

Breastfeeding babies snatched out of their mothers’ arms. Women deported back to violent spouses after painstakingly planning their escape. Children thrown into detention facilities - more than 10,000 lie alone on cold floors, awaiting their fate. Their "crime"?...

SEPA Mujer ayuda a lograr justicia para víctimas de robo de salarios

Duro golpe al abuso laboral. SEPA Mujer, organización de Long Island que defiende y ayuda a las mujeres inmigrantes latinas, anunció que dos de sus casos remitidos por sus miembros a la Procuraduría General dieron como resultado que el Fiscal General de Nueva York,...

Princess Diner Owner, Manager Plead Guilty To Stealing Wages From Workers

By Cailin Riley The owner and manager of the Princess Diner in Southampton pleaded guilty last week to repeatedly failing to pay their restaurant workers and scheming to defraud them by continually lying about when they could expect to receive compensation. New York...

Immigrants whose protections are expiring should renew

A New York coalition of advocacy groups on Tuesday urged immigrants with expiring protections from deportation under DACA and TPS to renew participation in those programs as a Monday deadline nears for tens of thousands in the state. March 19 is the cutoff for...

“Justicia” para los trabajadores del Princess Diner

Gracias a la valentía de un grupo de trabajadores locales que se atrevió a denunciar el abuso laborar que estaba sucediendo en el restaurante donde trabajaban, el viernes por fin se hizo justicia dijo el Fiscal General del Estado de Nueva York Eric T. Schneiderman en...

Advocates Support Language Access Bill In Suffolk

Advocates spoke out on Tuesday at a public hearing at the Suffolk County Legislature general meeting on a proposed county law that would codify and expand a 2012 executive order that mandates language access for the county’s limited English proficient population....

Advocates in Suffolk seek better services for foreign speakers

Foreign language speakers phoning Suffolk County offices last year were hung up on, laughed at, and in the case of one participant, called a derogatory name and told to go back to her country, advocates told legislators Tuesday as they considered a bill mandating...

Leadership Academy to Empower Local Latina Women for Civic Engagement

SEPA Mujer and Riverside Rediscovered hold leadership academy to empower local Latina women for civic engagement Read...

‘Women’s values’ rallies in Huntington, Port Jefferson Station

‘Women’s values’ rallies in Huntington, Port Jefferson Station Read More... http://www.newsday.com/long-island/women-s-values-rallies-in-huntington-port-jefferson-station-1.12993518   <center><div class="fb-post"...

Protesters ask Sen. Flanagan to address transgender, immigrant issues

  Politicians may have been celebrating a budget deal in Albany, but a coalition of advocates was protesting in Smithtown over a host of issues they say have been left out of the political debate this session. A small group of about 20 advocates on Friday walked...

!Hear Us Roar!

Hello my name is Noemi Sanchez, I am a member of SEPA Mujer and I am a survivor of domestic violence. We know there are many stories out there, but continue to be silenced because of fear. Fear made me stay with the man that always psychologically abused me and even tried to kill me. Now only the scars in my life remain. Thanks to God and organizations like SEPA Mujer and iTry that are there to help us and support us. I like to share my testimony so that others who are in the same situation as I was and to break the silence. God made us all different but he gave us the same love in our lives. Violence is not a sign of peace. Together we are responsible and we will not accept violence as part of our lives.No more silence, no more fear!

My name is Marcia Estrada and I am a community leader and a volunteer with SEPA Mujer. I met the organization in 2011. When there was a workshop on immigration, I learned about VAWA (Violence Against Women’s Act) and about many other laws that I did not even know existed. This left me very impressed and I wished to go back and learn more. I was also very impressed with the mission of the organization to help women victims of domestic violence, educate and help those same women to overcome obstacles through empowerment workshops. For the first time I felt supported as a Latina women and as an immigrant and even more so with a network of women of which are now my friends. I now know how to defend myself, protect my children and not be afraid!



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Patchogue, NY 11772


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Riverside, NY 11901


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