ICE detention centers have been described as concentration camps due to the documented abuse taking place inside them.
Our Reparations Now is raising funds for RAICES to immediately bond out people detained in ICE detention centers and provide free legal representation.
Those who are bonded out are eight times more likely to win their case than those who are unrepresented.
Every dollar counts. Donate today!
Where will my donations go?
100% of your donations will go to the bond fund of RAICES, The Refugee and Immigration Center for Education and Legal Services, to bond detained people out.
Who is detained in ICE detention centers?
69,550 infants, toddlers, and kids were detained in 2019 alone.
American citizens and residents have been racially profiled and illegally detained.
Countless of families fleeing for their lives from government corruption, gang violence, and poverty .
How are those detained in ICE detention centers treated?
The Adelanto facility has been excessively spraying HDQ Neutral, a toxic disinfectant spray, that causes bleeding and fainting.
Thousands of children reported sexual abuse during their detention.
Those detained are are routinely denied medical care, accommodations for disabilities, and subjected to arbitrary solitary confinement .
Those detained are often deprived of meals and reported seeing maggots in their food.
Centers are dangerously overcrowded with some operating at quadruple capacity.
Almost 200 people have died in immigration detention since 2004.
How much is needed to bond someone out?
The immigration bonds set by ICE and immigration judges have no maximum limit and are unreasonably high. These bonds can range from $1,500 to $250,000 with a median of $4,250.
- Tristen Lee
- Madeline Dennis-Yates
- Sarah Dailey
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