ICE Shackles Terminally Ill Patients, Uses Therapy Sessions Against Children During Immigration Hearings
When a man in the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, who had metastatic cancer, was brought to a hospital in Houston, a doctor was not able to conduct a proper examination. ICE would not let the doctor remove restraints that ran across his body, and he died after a
Four activists turned themselves in to El Paso police on May 13 after the police issued warrants for their arrest related to a nonviolent demonstration inside a United States Border Patrol museum.
In a victory for undocumented immigrants who engage in activism, a federal appeals court found activist Ravi Ragbir had a valid claim against Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), which attempted to deport him in retaliation for his political speech.
After a mandatory check-in, ICE in Arizona detained Alejandra Pablos, a field coordinator for the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health.
Immigrant rights groups file a first amendment lawsuit against ICE over targeting immigrant rights activists with repression.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) appears to be escalating its targeting of immigrant rights activists for deportation.
The fallout from last week’s “Day Without Immigrants,” which saw restaurant and daycare employees strike across the United States, started immediately, with at least 100 people fired from their jobs. High school students faced the prospect of similar repercussions, but nonetheless, they recognized the power of protest and participated in
Undocumented Immigrant Rights Activist Labeled ‘Public Safety Concern’ For Protesting, Sues Government
An undocumented immigrant rights activists was labeled a “public safety concern” by the US government, and now fears she may be deported for protesting.
“Life in the detention center is very hopeless. You re in one room, your dorm, 24/7. You eat there, sleep there, there’s no access to going outside.”
A federal appeals court affirmed and expanded a prior ruling to grant immigrant detainees in the Ninth Circuit access to bond hearings every six months.