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Free Abdi Now! Abdi should be free and reunited with his family!
ABDIKADIR MOHAMED FELT nervous as he approached the customs desk at John F. Kennedy Airport on December 13, 2017. The previous summer he had married his wife, Malyuun, in a ceremony held in South Africa, and now he was on his way to Ohio, where she lived.
Two Queens State Senators have partnered with a coalition of more than two dozen criminal justice and immigrants rights organizations to introduce the “Justice Roadmap,” a slate of legislative priorities and specific bills designed to reform state courts, jails and legal proceedings.
A conversation with Donald Anthonyson - Speaking Human:
- by Sahng-Ah Yoo
Join Families for Freedom for a participatory dialogue around immigration enforcement, detention and deportation with Jane Guskin and David Wilson, authors of The Politics of Immigration: Questions and Answers.
When people are crossing a U.S. border, they expect to be asked about their citizenship. But not when they're driving up the East Coast.
On Sept. 8, 30 activists and organizers rallied outside Bristol County Jail, Rhode Island. Several progressive groups endorsed the rally, called by FIRE Boston.
DARTMOUTH — Local activists plan to rally on Faunce Corner Road on Friday to show solidarity with inmates at the Bristol County correctional complex who refused their food at various times over the last two weeks in protest of their living conditions.
Hunger strikes at two US immigrant detention facilities, as well as lawsuits and press reports, are exposing the appalling conditions in which immigrants and refugees are being held under the Trump administration.