Author: Border Network for Human Rights

Today the Border Network for Human Rights revealed details to…

Today the Border Network for Human Rights revealed details to…

Today the Border Network for Human Rights revealed details to the press regarding the “100 Mile Border Walk for Our Children and Our Dignity”.

Press Conference: August 19th

Press Conference: August 19th

WHEN: Tomorrow August 19th at 11:00 a.m.WHERE: BNHR Offices (2115 N. Piedras St. El Paso, TX) Further details of the 100-Mile Walk for Our Children and Our Dignity, including objectives, route, walkers and actions will...

BNHR Press Advisory: Border Residents to walk 100 miles for Children and Dignity

BNHR Press Advisory: Border Residents to walk 100 miles for Children and Dignity

2115 Piedras, El Paso, TX 79930 (915) 577.0724                320 Lincoln, Anthony, NM 88021  (575) 882.1177  www.bnhr.org PRESS ADVISORY August 14, 2014   For Immediate Release Contact: Gabriela Castañeda (915) 494-4213 gcastaneda@bnhr.org   100 MILE BORDER WALK FOR...

Border Network Condemns Governor Perry’s Decision to Deploy the National Guard to Face Children at the Border

Border Network Condemns Governor Perry’s Decision to Deploy the National Guard to Face Children at the Border

El Paso, TX /Southern New Mexico- Statement of Fernando Garcia, Executive Director of the Border Network for Human Rights on the announcement to deploy Texas National Guard at the Border: “Governor’s Perry decision to...

Dozens of Border Residents Protest Border Surge

Dozens of Border Residents Protest Border Surge

Obama’s Policy to Further Militarize our Border to Detain and Deport Children is not a Good Policy MARCH AND PROTEST JULY 10TH El Paso, TX/Southern New Mexico- On July 10th dozens of border residents will march, then...

Reflection from Border Network for Human Rights on President Obama’s Strategy for Administrative Action on Immigration and Border Enforcement

El Paso, TX /Southern New Mexico- Border communities have long advocated for a balanced and humane approach to border enforcement, and the President’s decision to reallocate more enforcement resources to the border without commensurate...