No Border Wall
Our partnerships with the Texas Civil Rights Project, the Center for Biological Diversity, 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.
Rachel’s Network today announced new funding for the Center for Biological Diversity (CBD) and the Texas Civil Rights Project (TCRP) to amplify the voices of those at the border and oppose the construction of the US-Mexico border wall.
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.
Rachel’s Network has joined a broad coalition of Environmental and Conservation Groups to support the passage of a clean Dream Act in Congress.