During the second week of Dr. Warren’s felony trial, we invite you to visibilize your support for Scott, for No More Deaths and for all borderlands residents of conscience by posting a picture of yourself to social media with a message of support for our work. Feel free to come up with your own or use one of our suggested messages below.Continue reading #humanitarianaidisneveracrime
Robert Neustadt has released a new CD, Voluntary Return: Songs of Solidarity with Migrants and Refugees. All of the proceeds from album sales are going to No More Deaths and the Colibrí Center for Human Rights. Bob’s wry and passionate songs span the genres of folk, Americana, and blues. Continue reading “Voluntary Return: Songs of Solidarity with Migrants and Refugees”
In September 2014, No More Deaths volunteers said farewell to longtime volunteer and supporter Cyril Barrett. Chances are if you volunteered with No More Deaths in 2006–2008 you met and worked alongside Cyril, who was instrumental in building No More Deaths’s desert work and Agua Prieta work. You may also know his voice from the Border Songs album, which features his heartfelt song “Coyotes of Sasabe.” Continue reading A great holiday gift for No More Deaths allies
Our report Shakedown: How Deportation Robs Immigrants of Their Money and Belongings documents immigration authorities’ failure to return people’s personal property to them in the process of detaining and deporting them. Continue reading Helping Immigrants Recover Detained Money and Belongings: Best Practices
Would you believe that mass deportation robs migrants and immigrants of millions of dollars a year and puts their lives at risk? We collaborated with the Binational Defense and Advocacy Program (Programa de Defensa e Incidencia Binacional) on this video that shows how.
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Our contribution to this video is based on the work we did to prepare our report Shakedown: How Deportation Robs Immigrants of Their Money and Belongings.
We present a helpful tool (in Spanish only at this time) for finding a loved one who is a migrant and went missing. Continue reading Tools for Searching for a Missing Migrant
Every day, migrants are deported from the US to Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, with little more than the clothes on their backs. What belongings they have they must often carry in plastic or paper bags issued by the detention centers in which they have been held.
This project supplies bags at no cost to the Missionary Sisters of the Eucharist, who operate the Kino Border Initiative’s comedor (dining hall) in Nogales, to distribute among the people they serve there. Continue reading Dignity bags