Why is there need for immigrants to have someone to advocate for them? Shouldn’t people be civil to one another just because? Do people know the difference between animals and humans? These questions should not arise but they do everyday across the globe.
People are simply not being treated fairly therefore there are a variety of different activists who have formed groups to help fight for justice. Many feel that the “system” isn’t created equal, as it really states but what do we really know? I will do my best to provide information to break down exactly what these groups try to express to the world the need to be heard as well as making a positive change. Learn more about Lacey and Larkin: https://thenewsversion.com/2017/08/the-fall-of-sheriff-joe-arpaio-after-jim-larkin-and-michael-lacey-controversy/ and http://reporterexpert.com/sheriff-arpaios-2017-criminal-conviction-clash-michael-lacey-jim-larkin/
Civil Rights is the right of citizens to political and social freedom and equality. It is to ensure the people’s physical and mental integrity, life and safety; along with protection from discrimination such as gender, race, nationality, disability, political affiliation,age, sexual orientation, religion and ethnicity. Human Rights are moral principles describe certain standards of human behavior, and are regularly protected by municipal and international law.
They are applicable everywhere at every time in the sense of being universal, the same for everyone. Migrant or Immigration Rights are the rights of citizens to protect them from being in a vulnerable class of race migrated from another country. They are to be protected from discrimination of race, nationality, ethnicity, and gender. Read more: Michael Lacey | Twitter and Jim Larkin | Facebook
Migrant or Immigration Rights almost have less of a voice where government is concerned. There are two major organizations who have been advocating for them for years. One is ACLU, which stands for American Civil Liberties Union for Immigration Rights and the other is OHCHR, which stands for Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, under the United Nations umbrella.
These heros have made a really big impact on assisting immigrants from all over the world who have come to the United States for an economic and financial growth. They have created marches, raised million of dollars in fundraisers and have gotten the attention of government officials to make a change.
Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey know all too well about the rights of human beings being challenged or taken away. They are two journalists who were covering a story concerning the sheriff of a county in Arizona. In the middle of the night, they were taken out of their homes and jailed for exposing the truth about what was going on at that time.
Not only were their lives put at risk, but their sources and online users, who have read their stories, we’re almost exposed due to subpoenas being demanded from the grand jury.
They fought very hard to protect everyone and fought back in the Supreme Court. They were awarded $3.75 million dollars which was used to fund others civil, human and migrant rights. The Lacey and Larkin Frontera Fund will advocate for everyone who has freedom of speech and civil participation throughout Arizona, including the Mexican border.