No More Deaths invites applications for the following paid position. Continue reading Position available: law-office administrator
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.
As the crisis of death and disappearance continues in the Southwest borderlands, pressure is building on federal officials to drop all charges against humanitarian-aid workers providing lifesaving assistance to people walking through the remote Sonoran Desert. In June, lawyers from across the country filed a brief in the case of United States v. Scott Warren in support of the argument that the actions for which Scott is being prosecuted constitute such a deep and enduring part of his moral compass that the government is violating his religious freedom by pressing charges. Continue reading Pressure mounts to drop charges against humanitarian-aid workers
No More Deaths Bookkeeper
Conditions: $600 per month. 6 month contract with possibility of extension
Application Deadline: October 9th, 2018
Kate Morgan of No More Deaths and César Ortigoza of Armadillos Búsqueda y Rescate are traveling to Amsterdam to give the opening remarks at “Border Deaths and Migration Policies: State and Non-state Approaches.” Continue reading Volunteers take borderlands perspective to international audience
Dear friends of No More Deaths,
Over the past few months we have seen an outpouring of support from individuals and organizations who stand in solidarity with our work.
Continue reading Volunteers fight back against prosecutions
José Antonio Elena Rodríguez, sixteen years old, was walking down a street next to the border in his hometown of Nogales, Sonora, Mexico on the night of October 10, 2012. A cross-border incident was taking place. Border Patrol Agent Lonnie Swartz, arriving on the scene, targeted José Antonio, firing sixteen times — from a hundred feet away, through the twenty-five-foot steel border wall that looms over the street. Ten of Swartz’s bullets tore into José Antonio’s body, two in his head and eight in his back. Continue reading Quest for justice for murdered teen continues
No More Deaths invites applications for the following paid position. Continue reading Position available: coordinator of search and rescue and northern-Mexico support
In the month of March, No More Deaths ramps up its volunteer program to accept fifty-plus visiting volunteers for spring break. This is ten times the number we usually accept in any given month. Continue reading Spring volunteer program carries on despite chilling effect