No Border Wall
Our partnerships with the Texas Civil Rights Project and the Sierra Club have strengthened a national coalition of environmental, faith, and human rights partners to fight border construction; educated the public and members of Congress on the wasteful and harmful effects of the border wall on the environment, wildlife, and border communities; and defended low-income landowners at the border in court.
If would like to contribute to our collective work, please email Ariana Carella, Network Engagement Director.
As the House Appropriations Committee greenlights $5 billion for the US-Mexico border wall in their 2019 spending bill, Rachel’s Network has partnered with the Texas Civil Rights Project (TCRP) to defend low-income border landowners and residents in court.read more
Rachel’s Network has joined a broad coalition of Environmental and Conservation Groups to support the passage of a clean Dream Act in Congress.read more
Rachel’s Network has been helping mobilize efforts to fight the US-Mexico border wall, and supporting coalition-building and education through the Sierra Club. Diana Hadley, who chairs our Borderlands Working Group, lives in Tucson and planned a three-day event with grassroots leaders working for fairer outcomes for immigrant populations and safer, healthier environments for border communities.read more