AJO SAMARITANS LIBRARY
BOOKS and RESEARCH PAPERS
Border Militarization: CLICK HERE to read more
Humanitarian Aid: CLICK HERE to read more
No More Deaths/No Mas Muertes: CLICK HERE to read the Disappeared Report Series
History: CLICK HERE to read more
Guiding principles of Humanitarian Aid:
Legal information for Humanitarian Aid volunteers:
Local Land Management and the desert environment:
DOCUMENTARIES and WEBINARS
Aguilas - The New Yorker Documentary
Border Nation - A film by Jason Jaacks. "The Tohono O’odham people have lived on both sides of the US-Mexico border since long before either country existed. As an increasingly militarized border threatens their way of life, Ofelia Rivas journeys across the border seeking to revitalize her ancestral village."
Deserted - A film by Jason Motlagh and Mark Oltmanns. Deserted explores the peril of this crossing, and the work done by humanitarians to prevent additional deaths.
Divest the Wall, Divest Elbit - The NLG’s Indigenous Peoples Rights Committee and International Committee's first installation of the Divest Border Panel Series, as indigenous peoples and allies discuss the impacts of Integrated Fixed Towers (IFTs) and their impact on Indigenous peoples rights in the United States and globally.
Undeterred - Documentary about community resistance to border militarization in Arivaca, AZ
State of Fear: The US Legacy in El Salvador - A film by Jason Motlagh explores the world of gangs and violence in El Salvador and the effects of migration and deportation on gang membership.
The Border and its Bodies: The Embodiment of Risk in the US/Mexico Borderlands
Where we provide humanitarian aid - O'odham Land CLICK HERE