Free Them All

Simply put, people navigating their immigration case should be able to do so with their families and in community, not behind bars in immigration detention.

Demand: The government can and should release all people from detention immediately.

The threat of a coronavirus outbreak at immigration detention facilities is imminent. People locked up in immigration detention are extremely vulnerable to the spread of infectious disease due to their deprivation of liberty, deteriorating health while in detention,  and the track record of fatally flawed medical care in Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) and Customs and Border Protection’s (CBP) custody.

DWN resources to support your work to #FreeThemAll:

Report: Hotbeds of Infection: How ICE Detention Contributed to the Spread of COVID-19 in the United States

Between May and August of 2020, ICE's negligence was responsible for thousands of COVID cases in detention centers and contributed to more than 245,000 additional COVID-19 cases in communities throughout the country.

 

 

Report: Courting Catastrophe: How ICE is Gambling with Immigrant Lives Amid a Global Pandemic


#FreeThemAll Week of Action Educational Videos

Organized Communities Against Deportations Centro de Trabajadores Unidos and Latino Union of Chicagoon
Organized Communities Against Deportations Centro de Trabajadores Unidos and Latino Union of Chicagoon
#FreeThemAll National Week of Action
#FreeThemAll National Week of Action
#Conversation with American Friends Service Committee - Colorado
#FreeThemAll/#DefundHate Conversation with American Friends Service Committee - Colorado
#FreeThemAll: Public Health Accountability
#FreeThemAll Public Health Accountability

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Immigration Court/ICE Resources