In November, our friend and comrade Dr. Scott Warren will face trial for a second time on two counts of felony harboring for offering food, water, clean clothes and beds to two men from Central America. This re-trial is a blatant attempt to intimidate people everywhere who believe care and compassion should not be criminalized.
In this time of heightened government repression of humanitarian aid, outreach efforts are a crucial part of defending Dr. Warren and No More Deaths against further attack. To that end, No More Deaths is hosting a short-term volunteer program in support of our legal defense campaign. From September to November 2019, we welcome volunteers from around the world for two weeks or longer to come support our community outreach efforts in southern Arizona.
Volunteers will commit on average 30-35 hours per week:
- 12 to 15 hrs – doorknocking in Tucson & other towns
- 2 hrs – weekly campaign meetings
- 2 hrs – weekly team meeting
- 4 to 6 hrs – event-based outreach
- 2 to 3 hrs – research
- 5 to 8 hrs – logistical & other support with weekend events
Shared housing, food and in-state transportation provided. Applications accepted on a rolling basis. If you have questions or would like to apply but face significant financial barriers to participation please contact our campaign coordinator.