Join our campaign to end the U.S. Border Patrol’s Culture of Cruelty.
1. Add Your Voice to the Campaign:
- Petition – Click here to sign our petition to end Border Patrol abuses of human rights.
- Organizational Sign-on Letter - We cannot stop Border Patrol abuses of human rights alone. If your organization supports human rights and shares this goal, please sign onto our letter. Please click here to download the letter, and write to email@example.com to sign on your organization.
2. Spread the Word
- Host an event in your community – We need to spread the news about Border Patrol abuses of human rights and to organize to stop them. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how we can help you host an event in your community.
- Collect Postcards – No More Deaths has a goal of collecting 25,000 postcards against Border Patrol abuse to hand-deliver to the White House. Please contact us at email@example.com to participate in the campaign by collecting postcards which can then be returned to us to deliver in large numbers. Let us know what address to mail them to and how many you would like sent.
- Disseminate the Report - Purchase copies to share personally, or copies to have available at your local library, at the offices of local organizations, etc. Click here to purchase copies of the report (in English and Spanish).
3. Get Involved
- Come volunteer in Nogales – No More Deaths’ volunteers collected the data and personal stories in the Culture of Cruelty report. They also provide medical services and other aid to deportees in Nogales, Sonora. Join us in this effort and make a difference on the border. Visit the No More Deaths Volunteers Page for more information.
4. Make a Donation
- This report and the interviews in it have all been done by volunteers on a shoestring budget. Every contribution increases our capacity. Please consider making a donation to support the campaign. Online donations can be made on the No More Deaths website here – please indicate if you’d like the donation to go specifically to the campaign against Border Patrol abuse.