In the Media
March 19, 2013

El Diario escribio un articulo sobre la accion que tuvimos el Lunes Marzo 11 declarado que el Senador Schrumer de Nueva York y el Presidente Obama no ponga los intereses de corporaciones y parar la militarizacion de la frontera antes de los derechos y futuro de milliones

News and Annoucements
We are migrants, undocumented, green card holders, workers, and students from diverse racial, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds who are directly affected by unjust and inhumane U.S. immigration policies that tear us apart from our families. With our allies we strongly believe in human rights for all, the right to mobility across continents, family unity, and an end to the current inhumane detention and deportation systems that has deported over 1.6 million people in the last 4 years and which incarcerates millions of people in the U.S. every year.
News and Annoucements
As usual when Black History Month comes around, there are articles and programs on the struggles and victories of people of African descent in the USA. Most extol the great names and good deeds of Black folks, but there is a gap on Black immigrants and Black immigration. Thankfully, the development of the Black Immigration Network (BIN) is working to address some of the current gaps. Families For Freedom is proud to be a member of BIN.
In the Media
February 01, 2013
Families for Freedom made the cover of the Daily News! Collars for Dollars! There was an outpouring of media attention about our report denouncing USBP bonus programs and policing practices. Of course we don't like their use of the word illegal but are glad that our report got such prominent coverage and hope it will lead to an end to these abusive practices

The Fight for Our Lives/ La Lucha de Nuestras Vidas February/ March 2013

The monthly newsletter of Families for Freedom, a NY based multi-ethnic defense network by and or immigrants facing and fighting deportation. This month features articles about US Border Patrol and Cash Bonuses, Comprehensive Immigration Reform, Black Immigrant History and Women's History.

In the Media
February 08, 2013
WASHINGTON — The highest-ranking official at U.S. Customs and Border Protection is retiring. Deputy Commissioner David Aguilar says he will be leaving the federal law enforcement agency at the end of March. He had spent more than 30 years with the Border Patrol when he became deputy commissioner of Customs and Border Protection in 2010.


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