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Call for mental-health and wellness providers

No More Deaths is seeking trauma-informed and -experienced mental-health professionals and wellness coaches/healers willing to provide no-cost or sliding-scale mental-health and holistic-health services to certain individuals affected by the humanitarian crisis on the Arizona border: namely, volunteers who provide humanitarian assistance to undocumented border crossers, refugees, recent immigrants, and their families. Continue reading Call for mental-health and wellness providers

Four sets of human remains found in five days by humanitarian-aid workers near Ajo, Arizona

Contact: Genevieve Schroeder
520-240-1641, email, Twitter @NoMoreDeaths

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

No More Deaths Benefit: an art auction to protect the lives of migrants

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

A letter to our community and a call to action

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