The Success Story of Lacey and Larkin

To be driven by the desire to advocate towards civil, human and migrants rights involves the simple act of protecting or defending the fundamental human rights. Additionally, it encompasses giving a voice and reason to the exploited people. It means calling for accountability from oppressors for the evil acts they perpetrate on the existence of humanity.

Many states oversee stood and fought against this vice that is destroying the love and dignity that human beings possess. The oppressors have often opposed such acts, but the law has also provided justice and a clear path towards a better world.

Consequently, several humanitarian groups have emerged to be part of the process to advocate for civil, human and migrant rights. They have a task, a rigorous and extensive exercise that requires planned and objective inquiry, uphold and support for deeds against human rights ill-treatment.

Lacey and Larkin Frontera Fund is one of such groups. Michael and Jim are the co-founders of Village Voice Media and Phoenix New Times which has contributed a great deal to fund migrant rights institutions.

Michael and Jim were accused of revealing the existence of grand jury proceedings which required articles covering the sheriff from reporters’ notes. Maricopa County Sherif arrested them and detained.

Michael and Jim were taken from their homes in the middle of the night. The whole process culminated to a payment of $3.75 million.

Another group is Human Rights Center in South Texas. The organization operates in the local community. They have worked tirelessly in protecting and defending human dignity and rights in South Texas. The group uses community initiative to end the deaths and sufferings in the Mexican and Texas border.

With an objective to fortify the capacities of families to establish missing lovers during a catastrophic event, the South Texas Human Rights organization has brought great changes to the people around the border of Mexico and Texas. Their policies are initiated to prevent refugee deaths and to increase public awareness of border and deaths of migrants. Learn more about Michael Lacey: http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/politics/immigration/2014/12/16/proceeds-arpaio-suit-fund-asu-journalism-chair/20480479/

A leading human right and reform advocacy agency in immigration arena is the Border Network for Human Rights (BNHR) based in the United States. It has a membership of more than 4,000 individuals or 700 families around U.S.The organization plays a fundamental role in planning other civic-oriented groupings on the border.

It has also been able to create the Texas-wide Reform Immigration that supports Texas Alliance. BNHR is presently doing extensive education to officials elected about the necessity of border communities at every level of the government. Read more: Village Voice Media | Wikipedia

The American Friends Service Committee is another active group undertaking this noble task. For quite some time, it has supported development and growth of immigrant-led organizations. AFSC has always been guided and directed by its goal to bring the voice of concerns to immigrant communities.

Besides, bringing people on board onto debates on various level of the state such as from local level to national level. Indeed the organization has succeeded in creating a network of“human rights committees.”