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“Below the Surface of ICE: The Corporations Profiting From Immigrant Detention”, by David Dayen for In These Times
Going after ICE contractors’ cash flow indicates a new direction in activist organizing since the Trump administration began its controversial family separation policy. ICE relies on private contractors to carry out its detention operations, so one way to abolish ICE might be to make its association so toxic that it loses its collaborators.
corporations  ice  immigration  abolishice  capitalism  ethics 
6 hours ago by beep
How anti-immigrant rhetoric crept into Chinese Canadian politics – VICE News - news.vice.com
Progressive voices in the community warn it is being used to galvanize voters in the Toronto area.
immigration  canada  chinese  refugees  politics 
10 hours ago by insertrealname
1500 missing migrant kids
Yet more incompetence by the Trump administration; losing track of children after placing them with sponsor families
children  kids  immigration  politics  humanrights 
yesterday by nelson
U.S. Loses Track of Another 1,500 Migrant Children, Investigators Find
The inability to confirm the whereabouts of migrant children after they move from federal shelters raises concerns that they could be exploited by human traffickers.
immigration  governmentIncompetence 
yesterday by joeybaker
Sorry New York, California Is Just Better Now - Eater
So collectively, Los Angeles and the Bay Area project out into the world enlightened multiculturalism, casual confidence, quality born from exceptional farming, freethinking (dishes can taste of a specific village in Mexico or a chef’s tinkerings; if it truly hangs together both are okay!), luxury, and accessibility.
food  california  nyc  chicago  losangeles  sanfrancisco  oakland  cooking  restaurant  immigration 
yesterday by allaboutgeorge

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