Human Rights, Civil Rights and Rights of Immigrants Activists

Most of the immigrants face similar challenges and many times they unite to form movements that handle their grievances.

There are several groups at the forefront in fight for injustice and equality and focus majorly on the rights of human, civil and migrants. These movements are spread and operate in different regions.

Amazon Watch

The human rights activist works in the Amazon basin, and it’s based in Sans Francisco. Amazon Watch works in the collaboration with the indigenous groups and environmental organizations. The foundation focuses on the rights of the indigenous people.

The Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA)

CHIRA movements fight for individuals and immigrant families in California. The establishment of the group was after the Control Act and Immigration Reform.

Its mandate is democratic rights of all immigrant parties and makes sure that all enjoy rights without discrimination. The group has a broad understanding of free mobility rights of all people. Their objective is developing power and public opinion for human rights, civil rights, and full immigrant. Read more: Lacey and Larkin Frontera Fund

The Advocates for Human Rights

The movement is a global human rights activist. They serve as agents of change at all levels be it local, regional or even international. The campaign has fought for human rights for over 30 years and has transformed lives of immigrants, women, and children.

ACLU Immigrants’ Rights Project

The project commits to protecting the human and civil rights of immigrants through advocacy, outreach, and litigation. It operates the most extensive litigation program in the country. The project sets to achieve its objectives in collaboration with the district courts and the supreme court.

Lacey & Larkin Frontera Fund

Frontera Fund Initiative was founded by Phoenix New Times and Village Voice Media Lacey and Larkin respectively. The Fund formation was aggravated by their arrest in 2007, 18th October due to a story penned in the Phoenix New Times that revealed illegal sheriff practices.

The intervention of the nation led to their release within 24hours. Their detection was ruled unlawful, and the two journalists filed for the amendment of the rights and exploitation of power.

Joe Arpaio was the sheriff who lost the case to the two journalists Lacey and Larkin and paid then a settlement of 3.7 million.

The funds reserved for the Frontera Fund initiative that advocates for non-violent and safe protesting methods of the Hispanic community in Arizona. The public has for many years been a victim of civil rights abuse and racism