500+ women and children recently freed from family prison camps in Texas are in need of donations after ruling.
Polyane and her 10 year old daughter have been detained at the Karnes Family Prison for 9 months now. The family fled violence in Brazil, passed a fear interview, however, until now, has been denied all requests for release.
Mother's pledge to stop working for less than a dollar a day until they are their children are released from indefinite incarceration. For years the U.S. government has operated the Berks “family residential center,” a detention camp for undocumented immigrant families.
We need your help. Our friend Ana is fighting to get her sister and 10-year-old nephew out of detention. After fleeing their home country for life-threatening reasons and seeking asylum in the United States, they have been in the Karnes Detention Center in Texas for over one year.
y dear friend Alta Gracias has spent the past six months locked up in an immigration detention facility with her three small children, after fleeing her native El Salvador in search of an escape from the violence overrunning the country. She has finally made it through the first steps of the legal process for filing an asylum claim, and she and her children are being released to family on the East Coast.
Honor Mothers' Day this year by joining the fight to release mothers and children in detention!
"From Pilgrims seeking freedom to practice their religion, to Jews feeling Nazism, to political prisoners escaping communism, America has been built on the promise that our country offers safe harbor…
Make a donation to the Karnes Bond Fund, at Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Services (RAICES) to help a woman and her children “bond out” of Karnes to go live with family or community members as they pursue their claims for asylum. If you want, you can make a donation specifically to assist […]