El documental de Kristal Sotomayor se centra en el trabajo de Juntos para terminar el acuerdo PARS en Filadelfia en el 2018.
The film by Kristal Sotomayor spotlights the work of Juntos in ending the PARS agreement in Philadelphia in 2018.
ICE no longer has access to Philadelphia's real-time police arraignment database, but activists say it is one battle won, with many to go, for the immigrant community in Philadelphia.
On Friday, Mayor Jim Kenney and city officials, joined by activists and immigrant rights organizations, announced the decision to end the contract which allows ICE access to the city’s arrest reporting system.
After protesters stormed in and around his City Hall office, the mayor agreed to meet with three members of the Occupy ICE movement on Friday to discuss the city’s PARS agreement with federal immigration officials.
Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner, immigrant rights organizations, Occupy ICE protesters, and others continue to call for Mayor Kenney and city officials to end ICE’s access to the police arraignment database.
Philadelphia’s branch of the Occupy ICE movement, which is also focusing on ending the PARS agreement and shutting down Berks County Residential Center, will gather and organize participants at the Friends Center in Center City on July 10.
The online resource outlines current federal policy and what steps Philadelphians can take to voice their opposition to the Trump administration’s current immigration policy.
Last Friday you announced that, if you were elected mayor of Philadelphia, you’d make sure Philadelphia was not a “sanctuary city” — by which we understand you to mean the current limitations on police collaborations with ICE would be rescinded.
Michael Nutter, Charles Ramsey y Seth Williams decidieron prolongar el polémico acuerdo con la Oficina de Inmigración y Aduanas, ICE.