Just a few minutes of your time will help create a resource for reporters and advocates investigating Immigration and Customs Enforcement‘s family separation policies.
Since 2018, Homeland Security’ Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties has received an unprecedented number of complaints, particularly related to family separations at the Mexican border.
The Center for Public Integrity reported earlier this month that staff at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security were so upset by allegations in civil rights complaints they’d received that “they openly wept at desks as they reviewed the cases.”
Now CPI is looking for your assistance to sort through hundreds of pages of such complaints, many of which the agency says it’s unable to address.
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