Release: LUPE Joins Frontera Texas Organizing Project to Speak On The Impact Operation Lone Star Has On Texans 

December 11, 2023

Experts gather to discuss recently passed anti-immigration laws, understand their implications, and explore how they'll negatively impact our communities.

What: La Unión del Pueblo Entero (LUPE), Frontera Texas Organizing Project (FTOP), and Texas Organizations are declaring a “State of Alert and Resistance” in Texas for border residents, residents of color, immigrants and refugees.This virtual discussion is directed to the community who has beared witness to Operation Lone Star (OLS) as Senate Bill 4 (88-3), Senate Bill 4 (88-4), and Senate Bill 3 & House Bill 3 (88-4) are prime examples of politically motivated, deadly, and inhumane immigration and border deterrence policies. We will talk about what our next steps are as border organizations to keep our families and communities safe and free. 

When: Monday, December 11th, 2023 starting at 11:00 AM CDT


Who: La Unión del Pueblo Entero (LUPE), Border Network for Human Rights, and other Texas organizations

To schedule an in person or  virtual interview in English or Spanish with a spokesperson from LUPE, please contact Ramiro Gonzalez at or (956)360-4277.


LUPE is a nonprofit organization that helps the community organize for and win a better quality of life. LUPE was founded in 1989 by farmworker and civil rights leaders Cesar E. Chavez and Dolores Huerta. We are a membership-based organization and our strength is found in the participation of our over eight thousand members.