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DHS Sends Troublingly Mixed Messages on Secure Communities Reform

DHS Sends Troublingly Mixed Messages on Secure Communities Reform

By Chris Rickerd, ACLU Washington Legislative Office at 11:01am
UPDATE: ICE Director Sarah R. Saldaña had this to say on Friday afternoon about her comments regarding Secure Communities: “Any effort at federal legislation now to mandate state and local law enforcement’s compliance with ICE detainers will, in our view, be a highly counterproductive step and lead to more resistance and less cooperation in our overall efforts to promote public safety.”  See full statement here.  -- 1:46 p.m., 3/20/2015
Victory! Immigration Authorities Must Stop Coercing Immigrants Into Signing Away Their Rights

Victory! Immigration Authorities Must Stop Coercing Immigrants Into Signing Away Their Rights

By Gabriela Rivera, Staff Attorney, ACLU of San Diego & Imperial Counties & Mitra Ebadolahi, Border Litigation Staff Attorney, ACLU of San Diego & Imperial Counties at 1:11pm

One night last summer, Patricia's mother, Marta, did not come home.

Border Patrol Agents on motor bikes

Why is U.S. Border Patrol Shooting Rock-Throwing Teenagers?

By Vicki B. Gaubeca, ACLU of New Mexico at 12:15pm

Sixteen-year old Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez was walking near the U.S.-Mexico border in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico to meet his brother for a late-night snack when he was fatally shot by U.S. Border Patrol agents. An autopsy later showed the body of the…

Ending The Laws That Fuel Mass Detention and Deportation

Ending The Laws That Fuel Mass Detention and Deportation

By Judy Rabinovitz, Immigrants' Rights Project at 3:00pm

The Department of Homeland Security assumes that mass detention is the key to immigration enforcement. But in fact, our detention system locks up thousands of immigrants unnecessarily every year, exposing detainees to brutal and inhumane conditions…

States Surge Forward on Immigrants' Rights in 2013

States Surge Forward on Immigrants' Rights in 2013

By Jonathan Blazer, ACLU at 3:17pm

As 2013 comes to a close, political pundits will no doubt say that the big immigration story of the year was the paralysis of national immigration reform inside the Washington D.C. beltway. That may be so, if all you're doing is counting lines of copy.…

Shakedown: Border Patrol’s “Confiscation” of Migrants’ Money, IDs, Cellphones Exposes Them to Danger After Deportation

Shakedown: Border Patrol’s “Confiscation” of Migrants’ Money, IDs, Cellphones Exposes Them to Danger After Deportation

By James Lyall, Border Litigation Staff Attorney, ACLU of Arizona at 4:42pm

One of the cornerstones of American law is the right to property. That protection, however, doesn't seem to apply if you're a migrant.

A report released this week by the Tucson-based humanitarian organization No More Deaths details the Border…

Expanded Immigration Detention: Locking Up Those Yearning to Breathe Free

Expanded Immigration Detention: Locking Up Those Yearning to Breathe Free

By Chris Rickerd, ACLU Washington Legislative Office at 3:11pm

If Rep. Lamar Smith's (R-Texas) bill passes, has his way, a massive expansion of the immigration detention system will take place.

Immigration Detention: A Death Sentence for Far Too Many

Immigration Detention: A Death Sentence for Far Too Many

By Will Matthews, ACLU of Northern California at 2:35pm

Being needlessly detained should never turn into a death sentence.

The Tragic Costs of Immigration Detention

The Tragic Costs of Immigration Detention

By Michael Tan, Staff Attorney, Immigrants' Rights Project, ACLU at 11:12am

This week, the ACLU Blog of Rights launched a 10-day blog series about the costs of immigration detention, both human and fiscal, and what needs to be done to ensure fair and humane policy.

Lost in Detention

Lost in Detention

By Elizabeth Beresford, ACLU at 5:35pm

On Tuesday, October 18, Frontline takes a penetrating look at the Obama administration's immigration policies and the hidden world of immigration detention.

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