Why Abolishing ICE Is A Call for Liberation

To our undocumented siblings, we see you, we value you, and we will not remain idle as Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) violently terrorizes, surveils and disappears you. We affirm the demands uplifted by our undocumented comrades and their allies: all deportation proceedings should stop immediately; all undocumented people in ICE detention should be released; […]

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Justice for Sadat: Immigration is a Black Issue and a Queer Issue

In January 2016, Sadat Ibrahim fled from his home in Accra, Ghana. Ibrahim had been living for years under the constant threat of imprisonment for being gay due to homophobic criminal laws in his country. After an anti-gay group known for killing queer people strategically targeted and beat Ibrahim, he escaped Ghana in an attempt […]

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#UndocuDay: Support Black Undocumented Immigrants

For Black History Month 2018, MelaNation, BYP100, and several other collectives are engaging with #28DaysOfBlackLove – a social media campaign in which each day is devoted to uplifting different Black communities. February 5 is #UndocuDay, a day to discuss and support Black undocumented immigrants. BYP100 DC activist Trinice McNally explains the significance of this below. […]

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