Civil, Human and Migrants` Rights Groups
Many countries in the world are fighting for human rights. The United States is at the forefront of the campaign. There are many organizations that fight for civil, human and migrant rights. Some of these firms include the Amazon Watch, The Advocates for Human Rights, ACLU Immigrants` Right Project, Anti-Defamation League and Black Alliance for Just Immigration.
Larking and Lacey Frontera Fund
The co-founders of Phoenix New Times, Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey, support the advocacy for migrants, civil and human rights. The two reporters made a decision to fund organizations that advocate for migrants` rights in Arizona. Their source of funds was their $3.75 million arrest settlement
Lacey and Larking had been arrested and jailed. They had made an arrangement to do a story pertaining the sheriff. Later, they sued the county and won. They were also active advocates for the implementation of the first amendment rights.
Amazon Watch is an organization that is based in the Amazon region. The company advocates for the Amazonians` human rights. Amazon Watch works with indigenous groups and environmental organizations to advance the inhabitants` rights. The organization also fights for their civil rights. Amazon Watch was involved in the fight for the indigenous people`s rights when oil and gas projects affected the area.
Ant-Defamation League (ADL)
Anti-Defamation league is an organization that advocates for the rights of the Jewish community. ADL was founded in 1913, as a human and civil rights agency.
The organization has developed its legacy, of educating people about the importance of protecting civil and human rights, in Israel and the U.S. ADL has been involved in making crucial and reasonable solutions during conflicts.
The firm has been at the forefront of the fight against hate and anti-Semitism. The agency has a large number of educators, experts and activists, who are actively involved in the firm`s activities. ADL supports Democracy in Israel by helping the government shape the local and international laws. Read more: Michael Larcey | Twitter and Michael Larcey | Facebook
The Advocates for Human Rights
The Advocates for Human Rights is a leading organization in creating comprehensive, holistic and lasting changes in the world. It is an independent and non-profit agency that was formed in 1983. It operates locally, nationally and internationally. The firm is supported by partners and volunteers. The group has changed the lives of migrants, employees, women and children all over the globe.
Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI)
Black Alliance for Just Immigration was founded in 2006. It was formed by Black activists who were committed to the fight against discrimination. They were determined to stop structural racism and systemic discrimination in the United States.
BAJI believes that multiracial democracy cannot exist without racial, social and economic justice. The African-American and Black immigrants are stronger together. They must combine forces to combat discrimination and advocate for equality.
ACLU Immigrants` Rights Project
The organizational project protects the immigrants` human and civil rights. The group accomplishes this objective through litigation, advocacy and outreach. Its litigation operations are often carried out through district courts and the Supreme Court. The group is a leader in advocating for the implementation of civil, human and migrants` rights, as stipulated in the Constitution.
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