As we continue to build our capacity to resist and challenge the corporate state, it is vital that we know how to protect ourselves and each other against the intensifying state repression under the current administration. We invite you to join the Civil Liberties Defense Center for an intensive training structured to build our collective knowledge and skills to increase the security of individuals and political organizing groups. This training will include a Know Your Rights session and cover security culture, the various ways we are facing state repression (Grand Juries, SLAPP Suits, RICO) and how to effectively combat it.
This training is designed to offer an introduction to security for people who are completely new to organizing, as well as provide development and reminders for those who have been organizing for awhile.
SATURDAY JANUARY 26TH
2 PM to 5 PM
Global Justice Center
225 E 26th Street
Join us on our first day of door-knocking! To get out our message that Humanitarian Aid Is Never A Crime, we’re aiming to put out 25,000 yard signs around the county before trials start in January.
Continue reading HAINC canvass launch: Saturday, October 27
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8TH
8 AM – 11 AM
4202 E KINGS ROAD
Come help us paint a mural along a major thoroughfare in Tucson!
As the trials of our volunteers draw closer, we’re amping up our outreach efforts and making sure that everybody in Tucson knows that HUMANITARIAN AID IS NEVER A CRIME! This mural painting launches our fall lawn sign campaign, which will allow Tucsonians to proudly show their solidarity with No More Deaths and to demand that the government cease the criminalization of aid workers. Come pick up a sign for your yard, learn how you can get involved and help us paint by number!
Snacks, brushes and cold beverages provided. Wear clothes you can get dirty.
Accessibility info: this mural will be painted on a wall along the north side of Broadway between Alvernon and Columbus. We will be working on the sidewalk in little-to-no shade. There will be no bathroom access. Broadway is a busy street with medium to heavy traffic.
Luis Alberto Urrea, critically acclaimed author of The Devil’s Highway and sixteen other books, is a Tucson favorite son. Widely thought of as a “border writer” because of his cross-cultural experience and focus, Urrea says he is “more interested in bridges than borders.” The event’s dialogue will be moderated by Ernesto Portillo Jr., editor of La Estrella de Tucsón and columnist for the Arizona Daily Star. A limited number of tickets are available. Continue reading An evening with Luis Alberto Urrea: a benefit for No More Deaths
Join us for an evening in New York City to view and bid on art pieces donated by artists to support the mission of No More Deaths. Participating artists include: Continue reading No More Deaths Benefit: an art auction to protect the lives of migrants
The No More Deaths community will join thousands of activists from all over the United States and Mexico October 7–10 when the School of the Americas Watch (SOA Watch) moves its annual vigil to the line between Nogales, Arizona and Nogales, Sonora. Continue reading NMD joins Border Convergence
Join us Friday, October 7 at Club Congress in downtown Tucson (311 E. Congress St.) for a benefit concert supporting the work of No More Deaths! The concert is being held on the first evening of the SOA Watch Border Convergence and is included in the Convergence’s calendar of events. From 7 to 11 p.m., enjoy live cumbia, Sonoran rock, and folk by Gabriel Sullivan, the Leila Lopez band, Carlos Arzate & The Kind Souls, and Vox Urbana. Then stick around for DJ Dirtyverbs and a Selena cover band extraordinaire on the Hotel Congress patio. Admission is $5–$20 sliding scale, with all proceeds donated to No More Deaths.
The Tucson Samaritans and No More Deaths present a screening of Trails of Hope and Terror on Thursday, December 4, at 7:00 p.m. at the Loft Cinema in Tucson. This is a benefit screening for both organizations’ work. Continue reading Film screening: Trails of Hope and Terror