ICE's long campaign of silence
In early September, immigrants held at the Stewart Detention Center in Georgia took action to protest inhumane conditions at the facility. About 70 men, predominantly from Cuba and Nicaragua, stayed in the recreation yard all night with shirts and be
In early September, immigrants held at the Stewart Detention Center in Georgia took action to protest inhumane conditions at the facility. about 70 men, predominantly from Cuba and Nicaragua, stayed in the recreation yard all night with shirts and bed sheets proclaiming their handwritten message "libertad" along with signs that said "help." The next day, about 20 men inside the facility, one of the largest immigration detention centers in the country owned by the private prison company CoreCivic...

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