We envision a world where every migrant has rights and dignity.


Baja 2018 is a window that offers participants a clear view into the living conditions of migrants and Inalienable’s work.


Each year 20,000 - 30,000 indigenous families travel 2,200 miles by bus, train, or foot to fill one of the many agricultural jobs in Baja California

Baja’s migrants live isolated, ignored, and invisible in their own country. These are the people Inalienable serves.

Through Baja 2018 we implement projects - teach moms to read, delouse children’s heads, or help families acquire birth certificates - that identify local assets and close the gaps that separate the migrant community from local resources.

When resources like schools, doctors, and housing become accessible, the invisible become visible.