There is a place where people who care about the current events in the world of civil rights, especially where matters of immigration are concerned. Actually, there is more than just a place. But, one place in particular is the Lacey & Larkin Frontera Fund. And, this particular online site acts as a link in a chain of networks that fight injustice on sociopolitical fronts across the United States.
Lacey and Larkin do this by distribution of information in current events, when it comes to the political actions of officials like Sheriff Joseph Arpaio and president Donald Trump. But, there is more going on in between the lines of the Frontera Fund than simple whistle blowing. There is valuable advise on what to do in the event that a major or significant immigration case is reopened.
More than that, the Lacey & Larkin Frontera Fund stays current on Supreme Court Decisions whether they are on the state or national level. This remains a constant from the organization, even if the noise on immigration reform seems to almost always come from the state’s arenas. Unfortunately, the news to report is not always on the sunny side, as when new bills are projected to make systems even more corrupt than they are now. Learn more about Michael Lacey: http://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/potmsearch/detail/submission/6427818/Michael_Lacey
And, then there are other push backs to inform the public on. Such as in cases where courts reverse decisions that resulted in progress for beneficiaries of the DREAM Act and their rights within the state of Arizona. Not to mention, there are still phenomenon such as excesses in force against volunteer groups that need to be read and heard in mass. All these stories and more can be found on the home page of the organization that Mike Lacey and Jim Larkin Co-founded together.
The home site of http://www.laceyandlarkinfronterafund.org is a rich source of a who is who and what is what in the way of statewide civil rights characters working for reform and justice.
At the top of this network, there are names like 1070, Aliento and the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) Arizona. The range of networks and organizations on this site’s list include the aforementioned and more like the Tuscan Samaritans / Los Samaritanos, Trans Queer Pueblo, and The Young Center. Read more: Michael Larcey | Crunchbase and Michael Larcey | Facebook
In between those most impressive names, there are other power players for the force of good like the Arizona Justice Project, Arizona DREAM Act Collation, American Immigration Council, Puente, Raul Castro Institute, and Si Se Puede. Of course there are many other organizations connected with the projects Mike and Jim focus on in their professional practice. But, they all have the same goal of protecting and in many ways supporting immigration rights and practices within the US in common.