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Immigrant workers protest for financial aid from New York State. Photo: Max Siegelbaum for Documented

‘I had to be strong for my children’: New York’s undocumented immigrants tell their pandemic stories

The estimated half a million undocumented residents in the city were among its worst hit by COVID-19 - resilience and acts of kindness kept many keep going in the hardest days

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Ankle Monitors And GPS Apps: ICE’s Alternatives to Detention, Explained

As New Jersey closes its doors to ICE, detained immigrants have been transferred across the country. The agency could allow them to live locally through its Alternatives to Detention program, however advocates say it has major flaws

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CoreCivic: One of the Largest Corrections Companies in the US

CoreCivic, one of the largest private correctional facilities in the U.S. operates over 70 facilities, 12 of which have contracts with ICE.

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Federal Judge Bars Public Health Order

Plus: U.S. requiring new citizens and residents to get vaccine, and Biden continued Haitian deportations amid crises