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U.S.-Mexico Border reports: 2000-2005

U.S.-Mexico Border reports: 2000-2005

The Border Network for Human Rights has coordinated community-based campaigns to document cases of law enforcement misconduct.  Local residents were trained as Rights Promoters on how to identify and document law enforcement abuse.  More...

Q&A on the Texas Convention

Q&A on the Texas Convention

To register for the Texas Convention, February 20 in Austin, click here. What is the Texas Convention for Immigrant Integration? The Texas Convention will be a historic moment when hundreds of Texas immigrant families,...

The Border Network meets with CBP in San Diego

The Border Network meets with CBP in San Diego

CBP TOP OFFICIALS AND BORDER COMMUNITY GROUPS ENGAGE IN TWO-DAY MEETING IN SAN DIEGO San Diego; January 22, 2010—CBP Chief of Staff Marco Lopez, other CBP officials and representatives from more than a dozen border...

Day of the Dead 2009

Day of the Dead 2009

Every year on the Day of the Dead, the Border Network honors the migrants who perished while crossing the border in pursuit of the American Dream, or just jobs to feed their families. These...

2006 Migrant Deaths report

2006 Migrant Deaths report

Immigrant advocates and human rights workers along the border have reported a drastic increase in migrant deaths since the inception of border enforcement strategies. Since 1994, the number of reported border deaths has exceeded...

2009 Abuse Documentation Campaign Report

2009 Abuse Documentation Campaign Report

It has been 10 years since we first started to record testimonials of police abuse in the community. Looking back now, we can see that our practice of educating the community about civil rights...