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225 E. 26th St., South Tucson, AZ
(520) 770-1373

Mon-Thur: 1pm-5pm

lunes-jueves: 1pm-5pm
viernes-domingo: CERRADO

For advice on how to look for a missing migrant click here

Para pedir consejos de cómo buscar a un migrante desaparecido
haz clic aqui

137 Arizona Recovered Remains/137 Restos Recuperados en Arizona

Fiscal Year October 1st, 2014 to September 30th

El Año Fiscal del 1 de octubre al 31 de mayo, 2015 al 30 de septiembre, 2015

For more information click here/Para más información haz click aqui

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News and Information/Noticias e información

End of the Year Newsletter, 2015

Dear Coalición de Derechos Humanos Supporter, Thanks to your support and the hard work of all of our dedicated volunteers, we can look back on 2015 with pride. This year was an important yet challenging one, but one thing is certain— without your continued financial contributions we couldn’t have successfully supported workers in reclaiming over […]

Statement of Solidarity with the Cara...

November 30, 2015 – Tucson, AZ Today, Monday, November 30th, 2015, the Caravan of Central American Mothers will begin its eleventh journey through Mexico.  Mothers from as far as Nicaragua, El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala are following the footsteps of their missing children, many of whom disappeared on their journey to the United States. The theme […]

Give a gift to Derechos Humanos’...

December 1st, 2015 Today is #GivingTuesday and we would like to invite you to be part of this day to support our Missing Migrant Hotline and give a gift that multiplies.  From now until December 31st we are eager to raise at least $20,000 and we feel strongly that we can do it with your support. The crisis of […]

We Demand an End to Migrant Deaths Al...

Tucson, AZ  –November 2nd, 2015 For La Coalición de Derechos Humanos, this is our 15th year commemorating El Día de los Muertos. For a decade and a half, Derechos has been making one cross for each set of remains recovered in the Southern Arizona desert. Most of these crosses carry the word “Unknown” on them, […]