Two detention facilities for undocumented immigrant minors were reopened by the Biden administration. They had been shut down during the Trump administration in the face of protests
The investigation by USA Today highlighted that these abuses are well documented but ignored by competent government authorities who instead renew their contracts and licenses
Scott Warren of No More Deaths, was charged of “harboring” two undocumented immigrants by federal prosecutors for offering them humanitarian aid
Around 680 workers from seven food processing units were detained by ICE on Wednesday in the largest single-state operation in recent times
Amazon Web Services hosts databases for the Department of Homeland Security that allow the ICE to track down migrants. It is currently negotiating an expansion of the existing contract
From scorched earth to profiteering rackets to sexual abuse by prison guards, the Trump administration’s immigration control has shed all pretense of humanity on part of the US
The heavy police presence and lavish parade on US Independence Day attracted strong reactions from activists and progressives
Border restrictions and the proposed deportation of millions of long-time US residents is a sign of greater problems within the capitalist global order.
The Trump administration has been receiving strong pushback over its plans to process and deport thousands of migrant families. Protests have been held outside the offices of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency in various cities
Scott Warren was arrested in 2018 for allegedly having “harbored” two fatally weakened undocumented migrants in a facility run by No More Deaths
Deming is the third US city to declare an emergency over the arrival of asylum seekers from Central America in 2019.
The Johns Hopkins University makes millions of dollars in contracts with law enforcement agencies, especially the notorious US Immigration and Customs Enforcement. ICE has been in the forefront of the Trump administration’s crackdown on refugees