President Donald Trump’s administration, as well as corporations, believe they can never let a crisis go to waste, and they definitely have not wasted the coronavirus crisis. The following is a list of stories we’re following, which show officials and business executives are employing what journalist Naomi Klein called the
A federal court restored a nationwide injunction against a rule imposed by President Donald Trump’s administration to block asylum seekers.
With Record Number Of Immigrants In ICE Detention, Class Action Lawsuit Outlines ‘Atrocious Conditions’
A class action lawsuit filed on behalf of 55,000 immigrants alleges ICE is responsible for “atrocious conditions” that amount to torture.
Immigrant rights activists mobilized in New York and Washington D.C. to demand Palantir Technologies cancel its contract with ICE.
Department of Homeland Security is placing migrants in harms way with plans to task Border Patrol with facilitating the early stages of the asylum process.
Lawsuit Challenges Prolonged Detention Of Immigrant Children, Targeting Of Relatives For Deportation
Detained immigrant children and relatives sue the US government’ over illegally and improperly denying children the opportunity to reunite with family.
The Trump administration is bullying Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos into accepting refugees with outstanding deportation orders, many of whom fled US wars.
A trio of immigration and Latinx-focused organizations released a report on the “lucrative relationship” between tech companies and ICE.
A federal judge ordered President Donald Trump’s administration to stop administering multiple psychotropics to children held in immigrant detention without their parents’ consent. The government was also ordered the release of immigrant children from the Shiloh Treatment Center in Manvel, Texas, unless a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist has determined they
Separation Of Immigrant Families Was Part Of Deportation Under Obama—Now Trump Is Expanding The Practice
Family separation and child detention are a basic feature of American deportation proceedings, even if the government isn’t pounding its chest about it.