Looking to support groups doing important work on issues and concerns discussed in the book?
Groups working in douglas and agua prieta
Frontera de Cristo appears prominently in the book as a force working to create a more just border. It runs grassroots projects in Douglas and Agua Prieta, including the Migrant Resource Center.
Just Coffee is a unique Fair Trade cooperative working to confront the causes of poverty and forced migration. Small farmers grow its outstanding product in Chiapas, Mexico. Then the coffee is roasted, packaged, and sold by folks in Agua Prieta. That way more of the profits stay with farmers and workers in Mexico.
Chiricahua Community Health Centers Inc. A third of the proceeds from sales of The Death and Life of Aida Hernandez go to support this group’s work with people experiencing domestic violence and sexual assault on the border. The group also provides many other crucial health services to low-income residents of Douglas.
Groups working elsewhere in the arizona-sonora borderlands
Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project appears prominently in the book. It provides crucial pro bono legal assistance to immigrants in Eloy and other Arizona detention centers.
Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence appears briefly in the book.
Southern Border Communities Coalition This important organization brings together leaders from sixty community groups on the border.
Mariposas Sin Fronteras supports migrants detained in Arizona, including LGBTQ+ migrants.
Casa Alitas provides crucial humanitarian assistance to asylum seekers in Tucson.
Sierra Club Borderlands Program confronts the enormous ecological and human costs of border militarization.
Derechos Humanos In the context of an increasingly militarized border and the criminalization of immigration, Derechos Humanos works to empower those most directly impacted to create change and promote justice, challenging the borders that seek to divide us.