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Immigration Law and Justice Network


Contact: alba@ILJnetwork.org

ILJ Network is engaged in serving immigrants as they seek legal status in the United States, by providing free or low-cost expert legal counsel, advocacy, and support services.  Through affiliated sites across the country, they pursue justice for all those they serve, while offering a sense of safety, trust, and belonging.


Border Community Alliance (BCA)


Contact: info@bordercommunityalliance.org

Border Community Alliance offers access to the heritage and potential of the borderlands through cultural exchange and social advocacy.  This work is accomplished in partnership with FESAC (Fundación del Empresariado Sonorense, A.C.) a Sonoran community foundation. We aim to provide a community service of public benefit by connecting people and cultures across borders in the cultivation of awareness and a positive sense of international community. We provide opportunities for learning via experiential cultural programs to residents and visitors of Southern Arizona. 

The Colibri Center for Human Rights



“The Colibri Center for Human Rights promotes healing and change by working with families of disappeared migrants to identify and honor those who have lost their lives on

the US-Mexico Center. Through the Missing Migrant Project and DNA Program, Colibri works with medical examiners to compare information families provide about the missing as well as DNA samples with unidentified remains recovered along the border in the hopes of giving families the answers they so deserve.  Beyond forensic justice work, Colibri and impacted families build community and advocate for change through the Family Network, a network of mutual support and solidarity among families and friends of missing migrants across the Americas.”

Florence Immigrant & Refugee Rights Project



“The Florence Immigrant & Refugee Rights Project provides free legal and social services to detained adults and children under threat of deportation.

Although the government assists indigent criminal defendants and civil litigants through public defenders and legal aid attorneys, it does not provide attorneys for people in immigration removal proceedings. As a result, an estimated 86 percent of the detained people go unrepresented due to poverty. The Florence Project strives to address this inequity both locally and nationally through direct service, partnerships with the community, and advocacy and outreach efforts.”

Green Valley-Sahuarita Samaritans


Contact: gvs.samaritans@gmail.com

“The mission of Samaritans is to save lives and relieve suffering in the Arizona borderlands.  The conditions at our border have changed since our founding in 2005 and yet we are still focused on this same mission.  We accomplish our mission through the six main activities of desert searches, water drops, shelters, El Comedor, Operation Streamline, and communications.”



Contact: info@salvavision.org

“Salvavision is a Tucson, Arizona-based organization providing aid and support to asylum seekers, migrants that are passing through or being dropped off by cartel or deported by Border Patrol in the remote town of Sasabe, Sonora. The organization also has partnerships to support returnees who have been deported to their home countries.
A core initiative in conjunction with the town of Sasabe, Sonora, is Casa de la Esperanza Resource Center, providing many services to asylum seekers, migrants, and residents of Sasabe.

The Sidewalk School in Reynosa and Matarmoros



The Sidewalk School is a minority led and operated rapid response organization fighting for equity and safety for asylum seekers at the U.S.-Mexico border by working to holistically meet the basic needs of the most vulnerable. We work alongside asylum seekers to empower, advocate and influence policy that advances the rights of those seeking protection.


Witness at the Border


The Witness project — the “subversive act of seeing” — began outside the migrant child detention tent facility in Tornillo TX in 2018.






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