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.
All who have contacted us have echoed to us how pivotal this moment is, and how important it is that we continue to resist state repression.
Over five hundred people have donated to our legal-defense campaign. And many civil and legal organizations across the country and beyond have reached out to us, including the American Civil Liberties Union, Amnesty International, and the United Nations.
All have echoed to us how pivotal this moment is, and how important it is that we continue to resist state repression and assert the right to give and receive aid in the borderlands. Our thanks and blessings go out to all of you. Your contributions are crucial to our ability to continue providing humanitarian aid in the borderlands.
Evolving situation, evolving campaign
As conditions on the ground and in court change day by day, it’s almost impossible to predict what the actual trial dates might be. Stay tuned for updates on email and social media. If you’d like us to come to you for a speaking engagement, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The No More Deaths community
Featured photo: Carrot Quinn. A mural in Ajo, Arizona upholds the principle that animates our work and that of other groups. Nine No More Deaths volunteers are currently facing federal charges.