Many non-government groups have been in the frontline in advocating for human, migrant, and civil rights. They target victims of segregation acts like racial profiling. The organizations educate victims about their rights and steps to pursue to fight for justice.
The Advocates for Human Rights
The Advocates for Human Rights participates in promoting human rights across the world. Its operations are accessible at local, national, and international level. Read more: Michael Lacey | Facebook and Jim Larkin | Crunchbase
The group acquires support from partners and volunteers to operate. It represents victims of any form of human right injustices through the law reinforcement. The organization has helped immigrants and families to obtain their rights for over three decades.
ACLU Immigrants’ Rights Project
ACLU Immigrants’ Rights Project protects human and civil rights of migrants. The organization accomplishes its goals by implementing litigation, outreach, and advocacy programs. Both the district courts and Supreme Court helps in employing the litigation procedures to make sure the rights of immigrants are protected.
Mike and Jim are the executive members of ACLU Immigrants’ Rights Project. They lead the movement in fighting for equal chances for all citizens as outlined in the constitution. The two challenge legality of the laws that try to prevent migrants from accessing justice in court.
Lawyer’s Committee for Civil Rights under Law
Lawyer’s Committee for Civil Rights under Law is a non-profit and non-partisan organization. The movement was established in 1963 to honor John F. Kennedy, former US president request. It works on advocating for human and civil rights that eradicates racial discrimination.
The committee fights for equal openings for minority groups. It campaigns against issues that bring economic disparity and cultural differences. Lawyer’s Committee for Civil Rights under Law represents African Americans to win racial discrimination cases. It also advocates for ethnic and racial minorities groups who are mainly facing economic inequality.
Lacey & Larkin Frontera Fund
Lacey & Larkin Frontera Fund was founded by Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin. The organization funds parties that advocated for migrants rights. The two journalists used$3.75 million settlement money to finance the movements.
Michael and Jim were arrested for publishing a story about a sheriff. They had fought for application of first amendment rights. The reporters sued the county sheriff for the improper handling and won.
They were devoted to delivering immigrants from any biased treatment from residents and government. Mike and Jim agreed to fund any group that protects the human and civil rights of migrants.