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6 Mar 20
🚨THREAD: As we see ICE further escalating its violent and abusive behavior towards immigrant communities, here are some key #KnowYourRights resources currently available at Make the Road NY.

1. Workshops available at *ALL* our sites in March:…

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2. Our Deportation Defense Manual w/ @ImmDefense available in English and Spanish.

This manual provides information, resources, and a guide to creating a plan of action to protect targeted communities against ongoing anti-immigrant attacks.

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3. Our 5-step Know Your Rights infographic!

We hope that this resource is able to help communities understand and assert their rights in the face of #ICEraids

Available in English and Spanish on our website:…
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6 Feb 20
THREAD: Updates from Maimonides Hospital Center, where man who was shot by ICE in Brooklyn was transported to receive care.

Community organizers & allies are starting to arrive. #AbolishICE
Councilmember @cmenchaca is here to show solidarity.

“We are a sanctuary city...we are here to protect the rights of our immigrant communties.”
Ravi Ragbir, Executive Director at @NewSanctuaryNYC urges New Yorkers to take the streets to show support for immigrants targeted by ICE.

“We want to keep this family safe.”
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12 Jul 19
🚨THREAD: Know Your Rights!

DHS has confirmed #ICEraids starting Sunday July 14th, and at least 10 cities will be impacted, Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Denver, Houston, LA, Miami, New Orleans, NY, and San Francisco. 1/8
We believe the raids will be focusing on people with prior orders of deportation who entered after 2014. This means can mean folks who never had notice of court in the first place, those seeking counsel to understand their case 2/8
and those who were subject to expedited removal at the border by CBP agents who did not inform them of their rights. Additionally, raids may also target not only those with old deportation orders, but those who are present at the time of a raid and their family members. 3/8
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