3 Steps To Fight Against Trump’s Deportation Force
On Valentine’s night, a disturbing report emerged from Seattle, Washington, where immigration authorities arrested and detained Daniel Ramirez Medina, a 23-year-old DACA recipient.
The DACA program, which temporarily shields beneficiaries from deportation, should have kept Daniel safe from Trump’s Deportation Force.
Instead, the Trump Administration chose to disregard Daniel’s DACA status and arrested him anyway – sending a clear signal that all undocumented immigrants are clear targets for deportation.
If we want to protect immigrant families from Trump’s Deportation Force, then we must become informed on how to fight back against their mass deportation tactics.
680 arrested the last 5 days!
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers in the Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, San Antonio, and New York City areas arrested more than 680 individuals over the course of five days. These individuals, mostly men, were arrested at their place of work, private residences, or other public places they may have been when they were tracked down by ICE fugitive teams.
Here’s 3 steps you can take in order to fight back Trump’s Deportation Force in your community:
1. It is important that you know your rights in case of an immigration raid. Click here to learn what to do if you or your loved ones come in contact with Trump’s Deportation Force.
2. We cannot stay silent as Trump’s Deportation Force destroys immigrant families and terrorizes communities. Click here to learn how to report immigration raids in your community.
3. We must take action to ensure that DACA beneficiaries like Daniel are not unjustly ripped away from their homes. Click here to ask the Department of Homeland Security to release Daniel and stop targeting people like him for deportation.
These simple steps can make all the difference when dealing with Trump’s Deportation Force, and preventing them from causing further damage to our communities.