Co-published by The Guardian
Even before the pandemic, ICE consistently failed to provide adequate medical care to detainees on its flights — with dire outcomes.
How ICE moves detainees under the cover of darkness.
How Florida Has Become the Epicenter of ICE’s Shameful COVID Response
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Detainees at the Mesa Verde Detention Facility stand in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.
The Adelanto Detention Facility is again in the center of controversy, allegedly using protests taking place outside the facility as an excuse to mistreat detainees.
Are peaceful protesters at Adelanto Detention Center being tear-gassed and pepper-sprayed?
Since 2003, 19 detainees have died within Arizona’s detention centers.
Facing deportation to homelands they barely remember, formerly incarcerated Southeast Asians in L.A. are fighting in court to remain here.
Why ICE’s immigration detention facilities throughout the country have become COVID-19 hotspots.
COVID-19 Death at Otay Mesa Detention Center | Guest: Anthony Alexandre, Detainee at Otay Mesa
Amid a raging pandemic, immigrant detainees say they are double bunked in cells and that guards don’t wear protective equipment.
From health care workers to immigrant detainees, efforts to acquire protective face coverings are complicated by bureaucratic resistance.
Despite warnings from public health experts, ICE still holds nearly 35,000 detainees in close quarters.
Classifying immigrants as “arriving aliens” allows the government to deny them a chance for release from detention.
Detainees have lodged a complaint concerning “abuses, atrocities, violations of human rights, racism and hate.”
Immigrant detainees are not convicted criminals, yet they suffer hostile, prison-like conditions in America for years at a time.
The Trump administration is fighting back against a new law phasing out privately run immigrant-detention centers.
Five days after a bill ending private prisons in the state was signed into law, the Trump administration found a way to get around it.