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To report a missing migrant call us 24 hours a day/7 days a week at (520) 770-1373 ext 2

Para reportar a un migrante desaparecido llámenos 24 horas al día/7 días a la semana al (520) 770-1373 ext 2

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Tucson Police and Border Patrol Colla...

TUCSON POLICE AND BORDER PATROL COLLABORATE IN BRUTAL ASSAULT ON SOUTH TUCSON COMMUNITY!   Tucson – The Derechos Humanos community and other organizations condemn the behavior and actions of the Tucson Police Department and the U.S. Border Patrol. On Tuesday evening, October 8, 2013, members of the Tucson Police Department and Bord [...]

HANDS OFF SYRIA! NOT ANOTHER WAR!

Sat 9/7 at 12:00 noon NW Corner of Speedway and Swan Part of the unified national actions against a war on Syria. We need funds for job programs, healthcare and education, NOT billions wasted on war and destruction. This action is jointly called by Derechos Humanos, The Alliance for Global Justice and The International Action Center of Tucson [...]

The Immigration Bill: A Path to Citiz...

Advocates from across the country talk about the good, bad and ugly of the immigration bill that is making its way through congress. Guests include Kyle de Beausset (presente.org), Isabel Garcia (Coalicion De Derechos Humanos), Kathy Bird (Florida Immigrant Coalition) & Gaby Pacheco (Bridge Project) IMMIGRATION BILL:BERLIN WALL AT THE BO [...]

Derechos Opposes Hoeven-Corker Amendm...

Arizona Groups Call on National Immigrant Rights Advocates to Not Sell Out the Border For the past 20 years border communities have disproportionately suffered from an “enforcement first” approach to immigration policy. The size of the Border Patrol has grown more than five-fold. Residents within 100 miles of the border now live within a “c [...]