Saturday, June 2, 2007

Migrant 'Walk for Life' arrives in Tucson Sunday

Coalición de Derechos Humanos

THE MIGRANT TRAIL: WE WALK FOR LIFE
Sunday June 3, 2007
Join us for the arrival of the Migrant Trail in Tucson.9 a.m.-- We will depart from the BLM campground at theintersection of Ajo Way and San Joaquín Rd.11:30 a.m.-- Meet us for the Closing Ceremony at Ramada#3 at Kennedy Park (Ajo/Mission)
For the walk itinerary visit www.derechoshumanosaz.net
For more information call 520.770.1373 or write mailto:writemigrant_trail@yahoo.com
Co-sponsored by: Migrant Trail Walk Committee, Coalición de Derechos Humanos, Borderlinks, West Coast Mennonite Central Committee, Catholic Relief Services – Mexico Program, No More Deaths- Phoenix, Coloradans for Immigrants Rights, Frontera de Cristo, Humane Borders, JPIC Office of the St. Barbara Province Franciscans, SOA Tucson, Casa Maria, Church of the Good Shepherd

Photo: Names from among the more than 4,000 who have died in the border region. Baboquivari District on the Tohono O'odham Nation, sacred region of Tohono O'odham, has one of the highest rates of migrant deaths from dehydration and heat exposure. Photo Brenda Norrell

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