(EL PASO, Texas) â€” The next national movement for equal rights is kicking off in El Paso. As part of the national Human Rights at Home campaign aimed at building a human rights movement, the Border Network for Human Rights has organized the El Paso Regional Human Rights Convention for February 18. The convention will [...]
(ANTHONY, New Mexico) â€” Members of the Border Network for Human Rights and other Southern New Mexico residents are preparing for a Day of Action in Santa Fe to support the current driverâ€™s license law and tell lawmakers that they must not compromise communities. â€œItâ€™s not a short trip to Santa Fe from Anthony and [...]
Editor’s Note: The following is a special guest post from Dr.Â Luis I. QuiÃ±ones. Dr. QuiÃ±ones is an educator with more than 26 years of experience in public school education and an advocate of dual language/cultural education. He is also an author and publishes Las Razas Peace & Historical Calendar. He is also a cultural musicologist. [...]
(LAS CRUCES, New Mexico) â€” More than 300 Southern New Mexico residents marched and rallied in Las Cruces today to honor the memory of Martin Luther King, Jr. Most of the marchers were members of the Border Network for Human Rights and where there to show support for the current driver’s license law in New [...]
(ANTHONY, New Mexico) â€” In preparation for the New Mexico legislative session beginning January 17th Senator Steve Ficshmann pre-filed an updated guest worker bill that is deeply flawed. The Border Network for Human Rights has analyzed the bill and is reviewing its consequences in all its Human Rights Committees throughout Dona Ana County. Some major [...]
More than 800 families are members of Border Network in West Texas and Southern New Mexico. Often, families living on the border have mixed immigration statuses. Border Network works to educate these families about their rights in the U.S.
EL PASO, Texas – Immigrant families and their supporters rallied in El Paso on Tuesday to call attention to what they describe as a “deadly combination”: U.S. deportation practices and Mexican cartel-related violence. Yanet Marquez, 24, spoke at the rally. Last month, the El Paso woman says, her husband was accidentally killed in a gang-related [...]