1. Lacey and Larkin Frontera Fund
Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey are the founders of Lacey and Larkin Frontera Fund, an organization that advocates for human, civil and migrant rights and freedom of speech and participation in Arizona. The group was founded with an aim to end racial cleansing and discrimination of Hispanic people. The founders of Lacey and Larkin Frontera Fund are also the co-founders of Village Media and Phoenix New Times.
The two journalists founded the organization after they were paid $3.75 million settlement following their unlawful arrest by Sheriff Joe Arpaio on October 2007. The duo was arrested for exposing corruption in the Maricopa County Sheriff Department. After their release, the pair who had dedicated their lives towards defending the First Amendment Rights sued the County.
2. Lawyer’s Committee for Civil Rights under Law
Founded in 1963, Lawyer’s Committee for Civil Rights under Law is a nonprofit and non-partisan organization that advocates for civil rights with the aim of ending racial and ethnic discrimination. The organization was founded following a request by President John F. Kennedy. Learn more about Lacey and Larkin:
The organization is devoted towards fighting for equality especially for the minority and vulnerable and marginalized groups. The committee fights against political elements that create economic disparity and racial discrimination. The primary goal of this group is to fight for and represent African Americans to ensure that they get justice for racial abuse acts. The committee also represents ethnic and racial minorities, who are faced with racial/ ethnic discrimination and economic sabotage.
3. The Advocates for Human Rights
This organization is in the forefront in the fight and campaign for human and civil rights across the globe. The Advocates for Human Rights can be described as the face of local, regional and global human rights.
Since its inception more than 30 years ago, the organization has significantly changed lives of immigrants, women, and children across the world. The group works with partners, well-wishers, volunteers, and staff to implement and enforce global human rights standards.
4. Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA)
CHIRLA is a California-based group that campaigns for immigrant families and individuals rights. The organization is also leading in advocating for free mobility rights to all people irrespective of the race or ethnic origin. The organization was founded in 1986 with the aim of ensuring that everybody in the society is included.