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Immigrants recount horror of being detained in ‘iceboxes’ before transfer to South Florida

Immigrants recount horror of being detained in ‘iceboxes’ before transfer to South Florida

admin April 21, 2014 Comments Off

Scores of undocumented migrants who found themselves in detention near the U.S. border have told Miami lawyers the same story of being held in cells kept inhumanely cold.   BY ALFONSO CHARDY ACHARDY@ELNUEVOHERALD.COM Read

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Securing border doesn’t justify abuse

Securing border doesn’t justify abuse

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BY CHERYL LITTLE clittle@aijustice.org The March 22 Miami Herald article Questions about death of Mexican teen linger was yet another reminder of the growing number of immigrant deaths along the U.S.-Mexico border.A recent independent review found

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Florida Immigrants Decry Detention Quota – Sun Sentinel

Florida Immigrants Decry Detention Quota – Sun Sentinel

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Sun Sentinel Florida immigrants decry detention quota Prison boondoggle or enforcement tool? March 22, 2014|By William E. Gibson, Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — Every day, hundreds of immigrants suspected of living in the country illegally

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AI Justice Sues U.S. Customs & Border Protection

AI Justice Sues U.S. Customs & Border Protection

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Washington, DC – March 13, 2014 – Today Americans for Immigrants Justice (AI Justice) filed a lawsuit in U.S. Federal Court against Customs & Border Protection (CBP) to force CBP to disclose documents and

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DISTURBING IMAGES SHOW CBP AGENTS TEACHING CHILDREN TO SHOOT AT MIGRANT EFFIGIES

DISTURBING IMAGES SHOW CBP AGENTS TEACHING CHILDREN TO SHOOT AT MIGRANT EFFIGIES

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(image by @CambioToday) PRESS RELEASE FROM SAN DIEGO IMMIGRANT RIGHTS CONSORTIUM: San Diego, CA: Different Images shared by an anonymous source and found online depict Border Patrol staff showing children of various ages how to use paintball guns

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Republican “Principles” Continue to Prioritize Militarizing the Border at Expense of Immigrants & their Families

Republican “Principles” Continue to Prioritize Militarizing the Border at Expense of Immigrants & their Families

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Washington, DC – January 30, 2014 – Today the Republican House leadership released its “principles” for what it deems acceptable immigration reform.  The principles indicate the Republican leadership is ruling out comprehensive reform in

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Miami-Dade plans to stop paying for federal immigration detentions

Miami-Dade plans to stop paying for federal immigration detentions

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  http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/12/18/3826317/miami-dade-plans-to-stop-paying.html     Miami-Dade Commissioner Sally Heyman and immigration activists highlight the county’s new position to stop paying for federal immigration detentions. Gaston De Cardenas / El Nuevo Herald staff

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LA Times Documents Abuse of Immigrant Detainees in “Hieleras”

LA Times Documents Abuse of Immigrant Detainees in “Hieleras”

admin December 6, 2013 Comments Off

                            Alejandro Castear wore a sleeveless shirt similar to this one when held in a U.S. Customs and Border Protection station

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Cheryl Little, others recognized for work advocating for children

Cheryl Little, others recognized for work advocating for children

admin November 18, 2013 Comments Off

Read more here: BY CARLI TEPROFF CTEPROFF@MIAMIHERALD.COM Donning traditional denim dresses and scarves to cover their hair, seven young girls cradled their arms, stomped their feet and proudly welcomed the harvest. Their joyous dance

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Fifty Years Later, We Have a Dream

Fifty Years Later, We Have a Dream

admin August 28, 2013 Comments Off

Today Americans for Immigrant Justice commemorates the historic 1963 March on Washington. Fifty years later, the unforgettable words of the Rev. Martin Luther King continue to move us today, just as fifty years ago they galvanized

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