Mizue Aizeki is a social justice organizer and photographer based in New York, New York. Mizue has worked on issues of exterior and interior immigration enforcement in Los Angeles, Arizona and New York over the past 15 years. Mizue works at the Immigrant Defense Project (IDP), where she fights against the growing collaboration between police and immigration enforcement  and the deportation of those with criminal convictions. Mizue was one of the main organizers of the campaign that led to Governor Cuomo's suspension of NY state's participation in ICE's (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) "Secure Communities" program in 2011. Her photographs have appeared in many publications including Dying To Live: A Story of U.S. Immigration in an Age of Global Apartheid, by Joseph Nevins (City Lights Books, 2008) and in journals and newspapers including American Quarterly, Colorlines, L. A. Weekly, and The Nation. Her projects have included migrant deaths along the U.S.-Mexico border, impacts of U.S. deportation policies, and migrant worker organizing in Los Angeles and New York.