In the first week of exploration during a new volunteer program in the area of Ajo, Arizona, humanitarian-aid workers discovered four sets of skeletal human remains in five days. One set of remains was recovered in the area of Hat Mountain on December 18, 2016. The other three were subsequently recovered in the Growler Valley. Continue reading Four sets of human remains found in five days by humanitarian-aid workers near Ajo, Arizona
|January 18, 7–10 p.m.||Premiere event, Salon 94 Freemans, 1 Freeman Alley, New York, NY|
|January 18 through 31||Online auction on Paddle8|
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
As we close out the year, we honor and celebrate the incredible work done by hundreds of volunteers. Their efforts reach many thousands of migrants, refugees, and undocumented community members. Continue reading Our work this year—by the numbers
Dear friends of No More Deaths,
Your donation today is vital to uphold fundamental human rights on the border.
As we face a new administration that promises swift, drastic action targeting migrants and undocumented communities, we urgently need your support. Continue reading Act now to protect the lives of migrants
There is a crisis of death and disappearance happening at the US–Mexico border. Today, Tucson-based groups No More Deaths and La Coalición de Derechos Humanos release part 1 of a three-part report series aimed at bringing this crisis to light. Continue reading End the crisis of death and disappearance at the border!
Last Monday night, more than 50 members of the No More Deaths community gathered in a church in Tucson. We came together to strategize on the impacts of the Trump administration’s plans to target the US undocumented community with mass deportations, to revoke DACA, and to increase border militarization. As always, we closed our meeting with a moment of silence, thinking of those who have lost their lives crossing the border. Continue reading A letter to our community and a call to action
The impacts of a changing climate seem increasingly difficult to ignore. In southern Arizona, we experienced record high temperatures this summer. The heat combines with entrenched border militarization and reckless enforcement tactics to create deadly conditions for migrants and refugees. Continue reading An interview with author Todd Miller on climate change and migration
In June, the two of us traveled to Brooks County, Texas as No More Deaths volunteers. We went to assist Eddie Canales and Ryan Stand of the South Texas Human Rights Center (STHRC) in their efforts to set up water stations in the region. South Texas has seen a huge increase in undocumented migration over the last five years. Continue reading NMD volunteers help South Texas aid grow
The Arizona Daily Star ran front-page articles on June 21 and 22 about hikers who died as a result of our extreme summer heat. Since then, the newspaper has published at least two more articles about heat-related deaths, along with warnings to hikers. Continue reading Media coverage of heat deaths ignores migrants