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What TV Could Show

Phal Sok has been doubly punished by our criminal justice and immigration detention systems. Read his story and watch a short film by the California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance Phal Sok, 35, was taken into immigration custody after being paroled from a lengthy prison sentence. He is now out on

Ayuda Paola — Help Free Paola from Detention!

https://www.crowdrise.com/o/en/team/help-free-paola-from-detention Paola Eunice Ponce Arellana es una mujer de Honduras que llegó a los Estados Unidos debido a la extrema pobreza. Ella está completamente sola, sin familia aquí. Ella tiene una conocida aquí con un gran corazón que le ha ofrecido donde quedarse

Aquí, estoy atorado / Here, I am stuck

Sergio has lived in the United States for 40 years; now he needs our help to get out of immigration detention. As told by Emmie Ramirez Each time I visit someone in immigration detention, I’m given a name and number but have no clue how the person I’m

On the Inside: Stories from Immigration Detention

#ImmigrationDetentionSyllabus Mohammad, oil on canvas. The Refugee Art Project The **#ImmigrationDetentionSyllabus** is a sixteen-part series of readings and tools to support education, research, and action to dissect and dismantle the U.S. immigration detention system. The syllabus is organized by theme and**curated by historian [Tina Shull](https://medium.com/

On History

#ImmigrationDetentionSyllabus Hisako Hibi, 1944. Source: OAC The **#ImmigrationDetentionSyllabus** is a sixteen-part series of readings and tools to support education, research, and action to dissect and dismantle the U.S. immigration detention system. The syllabus is organized by theme and curated by historian [Tina Shull](https://medium.com/u/6e34ba3479d9) at

On Media

#ImmigrationDetentionSyllabus Mohammad, pencil on paper. The Refugee Art Project The **#ImmigrationDetentionSyllabus** is a sixteen-part series of readings and tools to support education, research, and action to dissect and dismantle the U.S. immigration detention system. The syllabus is organized by theme and curated by historian [Tina Shull](https://medium.com/

On Race

#ImmigrationDetentionSyllabus Los emigrantes by Rafael Barradas, 1912 The **#ImmigrationDetentionSyllabus** is a sixteen-part series of readings and tools to support education, research, and action to dissect and dismantle the U.S. immigration detention system. The syllabus is organized by theme and curated by historian [Tina Shull](https://medium.com/u/6e34ba3479d9)

On Youth, Family, and LGBT Detention

#ImmigrationDetentionSyllabus Abbas al Aboudi, “Child in Detention,” pencil on paper. The Refugee Art Project The **#ImmigrationDetentionSyllabus** is a sixteen-part series of readings and tools to support education, research, and action to dissect and dismantle the U.S. immigration detention system. The syllabus is organized by theme and curated by historian