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A woman holds a sign that reads "We didn't cross the border. The border crossed us."
Courtesy of Border Healing Project

Border Healing Project

Alianza Indígena Sin Fronteras
Tucson, AZ

Alianza Indígena Sin Fronteras affirms the rights of Indigenous peoples, their right to self determination, their collective human and civil rights, the rights of sovereignty and the protection of sacred sites, and the free unrestricted movement across international borders. The “Healing the Border” project works to protect sacred sites along the US/Mexico border primarily through community organizing, legal strategy, and public education.

Featured Media

Gary Paul Nabhan peers through cactuses.

Walking the Line: The Cost of Lost Kinship When We Militarize Borders

Gary Paul Nabhan, who works with Alianza Indígena Sin Fronteras, describes the grief of Indigenous communities whose ancestral lands are being severed by border wall construction.

This project is fiscally sponsored by Alliance for Global Justice.