• September 18, 2021

Tags : Borderland Immigration Council

Borderland Advocates warn about COVID-19 spread in area ICE Detention

The organizations and members of the Borderland Immigration Council, as well as other community allies, are extremely concerned, but unfortunately not surprised, by the news that COVID-19 continues to spread throughout ICE detention in the Borderland, with COVID-19 cases now reported both at the El Paso Processing Center as well as the Otero County Detention […]Read More

Info: 40+ Groups to Hold ‘March for Truth’ in Response

On Monday February 11, El Pasoans –  led by Border Network for Human Rights, Women’s March El Paso, former Congressman Beto O’Rourke – and in partnership with more than 45 other community partners, will take to the streets in the March for Truth. Organizers share that the main reason for the march is to “stop […]Read More

Story in Many Pics: Groups March to International Bridge to

On Saturday morning, several organizations including the Border Network for Human Rights, Women’s March El Paso, Las Americas, DMRS, Mexicanos en Exilio, and Borderland Immigration Council, Hope Border Institute marched to raise awareness against the Trump’s administration’s zero-tolerance policy and the practice of separating children from their parents and the criminalization of asylum seekers. The […]Read More

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