In July 2013 residents of Arivaca, Arizona began a campaign to remove the Border Patrol checkpoint on the road through their town. Local residents speak to their experiences with the checkpoint and the ways in which it has affected local life. To find out more about their campaign or to sign the petition go to phparivaca.org.
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Uprooted is multiplatform (web, tv, dvd) media tool for activists and organizers advocating for migrant rights. It highlights the social, political and economic policies that drive migration. It encourages and enables migrant communities and their allies to document and distribute their narratives.
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