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Para pedir consejos de cómo buscar a un migrante desaparecido
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133 Arizona Recovered Remains/133 Restos Recuperados en Arizona

Fiscal Year October 1st, 2014 to September 30th

El Año Fiscal del 1 de octubre al 31 de mayo, 2015 al 30 de septiembre, 2015

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Tucson, AZ September 9th, 2015 The discriminatory intent and effect is not “speculative” Tucson AZ, September 8th, 2015 – Arizona communities who have borne the brutal brunt of SB 1070’s “legalized” racial profiling, now face the most recent blow to their efforts for justice in the Courts.  In a 23 page opinion, Judge Bolton dismisses the […]

In the News: by Puck Lo for Al Jazeer...

FOR MIGRANTS WHO CALL 911, IT’S BORDER PATROL ON THE LINE TUCSON, Ariz. — Ely Ortiz, 42, spends many of his weekends combing Arizona’s sprawling deserts on foot, searching for people whom 911 rescue workers didn’t, or won’t, look for: lost and distressed undocumented migrants making the perilous journey from Mexico into the United States. […]

2014 End-of-the-Year Newsletter

      Dear Coalición de Derechos Humanos Community Supporter, You made 2014 a successful year, and I want to share with you all that we have accomplished together!  I want to emphasize that we wouldn’t have been able to do this work if it hadn’t been for you and would like to ask you […]

Remembering the Dead

Remembering the Dead El Día de los Muertos: Our Community Continues to Honor Migrant Lives Lost For thirteen years now, Derechos Humanos has been uniting the community in our annual Day of the Dead Pilgrimage to honor all of those migrants that have perished in the Southern Arizona Desert. We were hoping that many years […]