The Remembrance Project - giving a voice to Americans killed by illegal aliens

The Remembrance Project is a national 501(c)3 non-profit based in Houston, TX, that was created in 2009 to honor and remember Americans who have been killed by illegal aliens.

From the article: The Remembrance Project - Bringing a voice to Americans killed by illegal aliens, by Maria Espinoza, Director, The Remembrance Project, The Social Contract, Fall 2012:

Together, with the help of concerned citizens from all 50 states, we will bring a solidarity of determination to this country that will result in a unified scream of “Stop the Killing,” protect our sacred borders, deny social benefits to illegal aliens and their families, and impose strict penalties upon employers who knowingly hire illegal aliens. We must remember, we are a nation of laws, and if these laws are ignored, the result will be a continued assault upon our families, our society, and ultimately our freedoms that so many have given their lives to protect."

In the following video Maria Espinoza discusses the Remembrance Project honoring those killed by illegal aliens in the United States. Maria spoke at the Social Contract Writers' Workshop on September 29, 2013. (See more Social Contract videos.)


Below is a video by The Remembrance Project / Stolen Lives Quilt. It includes statements by family members of those killed by illegal aliens:


Note that The Dustin Inman Society has maintained a list of Americans who have died because of our unsecured bordersVictims of Illegal Alien Crime also maintains a list of illegal alien crime victims. Limits to Growth often covers victims of illegal aliens.