While much more needs to be written on this specific topic, the following lists some places to start. On immigration detention, see the Immigration Detention Syllabus: freedomforimmigrants.org/immigration-de…. @Carl_Lindskoog prepared this excellent bibliography: iehs.org/carl-lindskoog…
Also see the work of Carl Lindskoog, Tanya Golash-Boza, and @kristinashull, among others. Advocacy organizations have also published investigations of ICE detention centers. In 2018, the ACLU published: bit.ly/32znTWw. And, in 2020, it published: bit.ly/2E7uUVo.
The Southern Poverty Law Center prepared this report on immigration detention in the South: It's also worth checking the globalmigration.ucdavis.edu to see if they have published any recent reports on this issue.
See also work by crimmigration scholars @JulietStumpf @Ingrid_Eagly & studies re interior enforcement (287(g), ICE detainers, etc.) by #amadaarmenta @abigailandrews1 #carolinavaldivia, @MigrationPolicy among many others. Finally, there are histories of the Border Patrol and
the INS by scholars such as @klytlehernandez, @alixabeth, and me that may be useful. For other sources on these agencies, detention, deportation, and immigration, see immigrationsyllabus.lib.umn.edu
@klytlehernandez @alixabeth I forgot to add that the media has done much fantastic investigative reporting on ICE detention. See stories by Buzzfeed's immigration reporter @Haleaziz and stories by The Intercept such as this one: theintercept.com/2018/04/11/imm…

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