Immigration and Customs Enforcement

Spray painted sign reads: "287g turns cops into ICE monsters."

Jail Where Sandra Bland Died Now Authorized to Detain Undocumented Immigrants

The Waller County (Texas) Jail was recently approved for Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s 287(g) program—despite failing its Texas Commission on Jail Standards inspection.

Woman wearing red had that says, "Immigrants make America great."

Courthouses May No Longer Be Safe Spaces for Undocumented Immigrants

The Department of Homeland Security says immigration agents can engage in enforcement activities at courthouses.

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Muhammad Ali's Son on Airport Profiling: 'I'm Not American?'

Muhammad Ali Jr. and his mother Khalilah Camacho-Ali just broke their silence about an early-February interrogation by immigration officials. 

Hosted by Noticias Telemundo Anchor José Díaz-Balart, “Conoce tus derechos” (Know Your Rights) covered specific scenarios under President Donald Trump’s new immigration policies and informed the audience about their legal rights.

3 Must-See Segments from Telemundo's Latest 'Know Your Rights' Special

The Spanish-language network touched on what documented and undocumented immigrants need to know if ICE officers show up.

Collection of handmade 9/11 missing person posters outside of New York City's Saint Vincent Hospital

In Our Own Words: Reflections on the 15th Anniversary of 9/11

Muslim, Arab, South Asian and Sikh activists and allies recall where they were on September 11, 2001 and how that day has shaped their movements and resistance today. 

A woman's hand dials on a blue wall-mounted public phone

ICE Agrees to Overhaul Phone Policy for Immigrant Detainees

As part of a settlement with the ACLU, the agency will provide free, private access to telephones for detainees in Northern California.

U.S. Planning New Round of Deportation Raids

A new Reuters exclusive says the month long round of raids will target undocumented Central American immigrants.

Educators and Activists Urge Hillary Clinton to Stop Student Deportations

“Our children should be in school and not in detention centers. We are here to demand that Hillary act on her campaign promises.”

Latina Activist Arrested at Arizona Trump Protest, Transferred to Immigration Authorities

Jacinta Gonzalez is a U.S. citizen.

Philadelphia is Officially a Sanctuary City—Again

Under order from new mayor Jim Kenney, Philadelphia will once again halt most collaboration between local police and Immigration and Customs Enforcement. 

Why 27 Women in Hutto Immigration Detention Center Won't Eat

The #Hutto27 cite neglect, poor medical treatment and inordinately long detention times. They say they won’t eat until they are released.

Attorney Barred From Visiting Clients in Immigration Detention Centers

Nonprofit Community Initiatives for Visiting Immigrants in Confinement says its visitation rights were revoked because of advocacy efforts.

ICE Detention Officer Complains About 'Third World' Mothers and Children

Things are getting pretty bad at the Artesia detention center

Georgia Immigrant Detainees 'Riot' Over Maggot-Filled Food

Detainees at multiple detention centers around the country have strikingly similar complaints.

Dream 30 Activist Granted Release

But will the others be coming home, too?

Demonstrators Block Deportation Buses in Tucson

Protestors in Tucson, Ariz. are stopping ICE buses full of people being taken to ‘Operation Streamline, which rapidly deports as many as 70 immigrants each day.

Majority of Detained Immigrants Have No Criminal Convictions

Despite adjustments to detainer guidelines, a new report shows only a small percentage of immigrants in detention have committed serious offenses.

Epic Documentary Charts Past Decade of Immigration Reform

Michael Camerini and Shari Robertson’s new nine-part documentary premiers at the New York Film Festival on October 11.

DREAMer Activist Self-Deports After Time Runs Out

Juan Gomez voluntarily left the U.S. after multiple attempts for work authorization failed.

Five Things We Know About DACA on its First Anniversary

The Brookings Institute released a report today looking at the last year of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, a band aid approach to addressing immigration reform for the estimated 1.6 million undocumented immigrant youth living in the U.S.