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Deutsche Welle (Germany), November 1, 2014
Somewhere on the border. For just short of an hour Dan Wilson has dragged himself and a rucksack full of supplies through the barren, scorching plain. Continue reading Deutsche Welle (Germany): “No More Deaths helps immigrants survive treacherous desert journey to US”
The Tucson Samaritans and No More Deaths present a screening of Trails of Hope and Terror on Thursday, December 4, at 7:00 p.m. at the Loft Cinema in Tucson. This is a benefit screening for both organizations’ work. Continue reading Film screening: Trails of Hope and Terror
Dear NMD supporters,
In our effort to end deaths and suffering in the US–Mexico borderlands, we are increasingly called to address the factors that force so many people to make the perilous journey through the desert.
In this regard, we call on you to help us stop the deportation of Francisco Perez Cordova. Continue reading Take action: Stop the deportation of Francisco Perez Cordova
No More Deaths is one of eighteen signatories of this statement.
Recently, the US Senate failed to pass a border security appropriations bill, while the House of Representatives adjourned for August without responding in a viable way to the Obama administration’s request for emergency funding to address the issue of child refugees fleeing violence and poverty in Central America.
As border communities in Arizona who’ve witnessed the most damaging effects of twenty years of militarization and security-first approaches to immigration policy, it was both alarming and unconscionable Continue reading Statement of Arizona border communities on the Central America refugee crisis
Nogales International, Curt Prendergast, August 19, 2014
Javier Gutierrez wasn’t smiling as he sat down at a table inside the Kino Border Initiative’s dining hall on Wednesday morning. Continue reading Nogales International: “For deportees, a struggle to get cash from checks”
As a long-term ceasefire sets in over Gaza this week, 51 days of death and destruction leave a grisly toll: at least 2,100 Palestinians are dead, mainly civilians, including more than 500 children, and 11,000 have been injured. A staggering 89 whole families have been wiped out. Additionally, five Israeli civilians, including one child, and 64 soldiers have died since Israel’s massive military assault on the Gaza Strip began. One third of Gaza’s 1.8 million residents are left homeless; Israel destroyed at least 17,000 homes. Continue reading No More Deaths’s Gaza solidarity aims to end US border militarization
Dear No More Deaths supporters,
Just last week another community member, Rosa Robles Loreto, took sanctuary at Southside Presbyterian Church so that she could stay with her family rather than be deported. I hope that you will read Rosa’s message, learn more about her and her family, and then take action to keep her family together.
Sarah Launius, No More Deaths volunteer