As a detention expert, I argue that we must not lose sight of how the administration is steadily expanding its detention arsenal under the cover of massive changes to its immigration and asylum architecture.
How Andrew Cuomo’s donors and top associates profit from ICE.
Kavanaugh previously voted against giving an undocumented teen access to abortion in a high profile case.
Calculations show that in the next two years, there can be an estimated increase between 290-580 percent for the private prison industry.
I will stand up, but I will not put my hand over my heart.
“This ruling reaffirms the importance of Puerto Rican evacuees having their day in the court and the need for aid that services the needs of our community beyond FEMA’s current understanding.”
ICE is essentially a rogue agency.
The latest examples should worry us all.
Not In My Name: A Conscientious Objector and Former Employee From the Morrison Center Speaks Up Against the Children Imprisonment in Support of a Coalition Demanding Audit
“During my time working in that program, I was witness to many violations of the rights of immigrant children and families by ICE, the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) and the government contractors who run these programs including my former employer.”
“LA against ICE asks all Los Angeles County community members to come out to say no to ICE.”
Letter from Refugee Parents with Separated Families in Response to the New Executive Order from the U.S. President
This new order is a strategy of the president to silence and intimidate immigrants who know and demand their rights.
How undocumented activism is changing.
6 Things Everyone Who Cares About Stopping Separation of Children Must Know About Trump’s Executive Order
Trump and Sessions will continue to implement their “Zero Tolerance” policy and prosecute everyone detained at the border.
An Open Letter From a Counselor at the Office of Refugee Resettlement: Is This Really What the US Stands For?
The ORR is turning its back on the children for whom they are responsible.
“It was like a war zone,” recalls Corinn Williams, director of the Community Economic Development Center in New Bedford.
“Children, and all people, require more than simply a mat to sleep on and basic food rations in order to thrive.”
“We do not want adults to bring children into this country unlawfully, placing them at risk,” the AG added.
Gutiérrez on CBP Protest Against Separation of Families: ‘We Will Be Back and We Will Do It Again and Again If We Have To’
“And are their children given back to them? We don’t know and can’t get answers, which is why we went to CBP.”