Whats the Big deal about human rights?

Human rights are privileges that every person is entitled to in the world regardless of their age, sex, nationality, occupation, income level, level of education and race. The law provides the civil rights and found in the Constitution, and any person found going against them for whatever reason is liable to the law. The immigrant rights are especially specific for a group that goes to another country to dwell there.

Since there is a possibility of differences between the natives and the foreigners, like race, language, skin color, gender, level of income among others, there is a high chance of the occurrence of discrimination. That fact of the existence of discrimination against women, against certain nationalities is what makes organizations that address these issues very critical in a time like now in history when discrimination is at times very subtle.

Such organizations do various things like raising awareness of denied rights of immigrants and the challenges they may be experiencing solely because they are immigrants. Further, human rights groups help the immigrants by providing a platform where they can receive support including legal in case of discrimination. Learn more about Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey: http://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/potmsearch/detail/submission/6427818/Michael_Lacey

Further, these activist group apart from speaking against the evils like mistreatment of people by those in power offer financial support to established organizations in regions like Africa where funds can be challenging.

The human rights encompass each person having a right to quality medical care, nutrition, good education as well as the basic needs. Some individuals especially in third-world countries do not have such because of issues beyond their control.

However, when human rights organization come in, then such are addressed and the gap between those with human rights and those without is reduced.

Lacey and Larkin Frontera Fund

This Frontera fund was established by the co-founders of Phoenix New Times and Village Voice Media, Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin. The cash came as a settlement paid to them as compensation for unlawful arrest in a disrespectful manner for no offense committed.

Sherriff Joe Arpaio organized for their arrest at night because of revealing, in their dailies, the proceedings of the articles discussing this particular sheriff and his unprofessional conduct. He was well-known as a man misusing his power, and when Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey brought the matter to the public, then their arrest became imminent.

In fact, Sheriff Arpaio sought the arrest of online readers of the Phoenix Times through seeking their identity. It is against this background that Lacey and Larkin sued the country for transgressing over the First Amendment rights. The reason Lacey and Larkin had to sue the county is that they had spent their entire career journey seeking to assert and defend this First Amendment Rights.

Eventually, Lacey and Larkin prevailed in the Supreme Court of US, and the compensation amounted to $3.75 million. This was the amount used to start the Lacey and Larkin Frontera fund to support groups and provide financial assistance in support of immigrant, human and civil rights throughout Arizona up to the Mexican border.