The Border Network for Human Rights has coordinated community-based campaigns to document cases of law enforcement misconduct.Â Local residents were trained as Rights Promoters on how to identify and document law enforcement abuse.Â More than 50 Rights Promoters from various border communities in the region have been the leading force in observing, educating and documenting the status of human and civil rights in their own communities.Â It is through these community efforts that BNHR is able to release this report which brings attention to the state of civil and human rights through testimonials, graphics and data collected from 2000 to 2003.Â This report is also a desperate cry from border communities for justice, human rights and peace.
Border Network for Human Rights Fundraising Campaign
We are an 18 year old organization that fights for human rights. We recently held our third #HugsNotWalls event, where almost 400 families were reunited at the middle of the Rio Grand. Please help contribute at least $15 or $65 and help in the advancement and promotion of Human and Constitutional Rights throughout the USA!
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