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Immigration activists rally for reform in front of ICE office in Atlanta

About three dozen protesters gathered on Thursday in front of Atlanta’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement field office, part of a national day of action calling for sweeping reform by immigrant rights advocates.

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NEW REPORT: Left to Die: Border Patrol, Search & Rescue and the Crisis of Disappearance

This latest report focuses on a discriminatory and deadly emergency response system in the borderlands. We document how Border Patrol has inserted themselves as the sole responder for undocumented migrants in need of search and rescue, fails to respond to such emergencies, and obstructs family and humanitarian search and rescue efforts.

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No Migrant Justice without Black Liberation: A Statement in Solidarity with Black Uprisings

To you, and everyone in the streets, organizing within their communities and building a world where Black lives not only matter, but thrive, we thank you and stand alongside you.

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Over 300 Migrant Children Still Separated from Their Families

In other immigration news, lawyers have still not been able to reach the parents of over 300 children who were ripped from their families at the U.S. southern border under Trump’s family separation policy. Only 50 children have been reunited by a Biden administration task force charged with bringing the families back together.

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Second Military Style Raid in Two Months: Border Patrol detains 12 people receiving humanitarian aid

Arivaca, AZ: After sunset on October 5th, US Border Patrol entered No More Deaths’ humanitarian aid station, Byrd Camp with a federal warrant, for a second nighttime raid in two months. Volunteers were held for 3 hours while 12 people who were receiving medical care, food, water, and shelter from the 100+ degree heat were detained.

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Tensions rise within Biden administration as migrant kids crowd shelters

WASHINGTON, April 15 (Reuters) - Top aides to President Joe Biden are ramping up pressure on the agency that shelters thousands of unaccompanied migrant children, voicing frustration that kids are not being released quickly enough from detention, three U.S. officials said.

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