Rory Carroll, The Guardian, January 17, 2018
United States border patrol agents routinely vandalise containers of water and other supplies left in the Arizona desert for migrants, condemning people to die of thirst in baking temperatures, according to two humanitarian groups. Continue reading US border patrol routinely sabotages water left for migrants, report says
Dear friends of No More Deaths,
Throughout this year, you have been steadfast in your support for humanitarian aid on the Mexico–US border. We celebrate your solidarity, which is a critical piece of the resistance to the Trump administration’s racist, colonialist, and anti-immigrant policies. Continue reading Resist the assault on immigrants’ lives today
As we close out the year, we honor the work done by hundreds of No More Deaths volunteers. Their efforts, made possible by your donations, reach many thousands of migrants, refugees, and undocumented community members. In the last year, volunteers: Continue reading Our work this year—by the numbers
Here is our year-end newsletter! Click to download.
On a busy morning in Nogales, across the border at the Kino Border Initiative’s comedor (dining hall), I am helping serve breakfast to about seventy-five people who have just been deported. Most were recently apprehended while crossing the border. They are still dressed in the dark, rugged clothing they wore to blend into the desert surroundings. These are the people you could call migrants or refugees, who have left their home carrying their family’s hopes and dreams on their back or fleeing the unspeakable violent death that threatens them back there. Continue reading In Nogales, more deported US residents
No More Deaths invites applications for the following paid position. Continue reading Position available: search-and-rescue coordinator