The war against social injustice has been going on and on worldwide since time immemorial, with the minority getting the stricter end of the bargain. This issue has consequently led to the rise of advocacy groups to eradicate the injustice and give a voice to the weak. With the help of non-profitable organisations, these groups promote civil, human and migrant rights through various means such as the media, courts, immigration and shelters.

Some of these groups include:

  • Lacey & Larkin Frontera Funds
  • Arizona Project Justice
  • The Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights
  • Amazon Watch
  • The Advocates for Human Rights

Lacey & Larkin Frontera Funds

Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin are also the co-founders of Phoenix New York Times dedicates their time to funding organisations that fight for human, civil and migrant rights as well as freedom of speech and public response throughout Arizona and the Mexican border.

This process was made possible after the $3.75 million settlement awarded to them after they won an appeal they filed against the county after their unlawful arrest and detention by Maricopa County Sherriff, Joe Arpaio. The arrest came after the two reporters did a story on the Sherriff. Being reporters who fought for the implementation of the First Amendment Rights, they did what they knew best, fight for justice.

Arizona Project Justice

They dedicate to protecting prisoners. They work in hand with Arizona’s law schools, pro bono lawyers and other investigators to preserve the dignity of inmates and protect them from further injustices. They believe in justice for every human, criminals included. Learn more about Lacey and Larkin: and

They represent prisoners that have been innocently arrested, or have terminal illnesses that require much better attention than they get in prison, or those mistreated in the jails.

The Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA)

CHIRLA is a group in California that acts as agents of democracy for immigrant and their families. They advocate for the right for free mobility human rights participation in democracy.

Their agenda is to make the society accept immigrants too.

Amazon Watch

The group based in San Francisco collaborates with the environmental organisations and indigenous organisations to promote the rights of indigenous people.

The Advocates for Human Rights

They are leaders in the fight for human rights by bringing change at the local, regional and global level for over thirty years. They have improved the lives of a lot including children, women and immigrants.

Read more: Phoenix New Times | Wikipedia

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