In the episode featuring the hotline, detainee Gloria warns: “Apparently, if they figure out that you’re using the hotline, Big Brother shuts it down.”
“We chose our traditional day of mourning to be sad together. But we also wanted to share our anger," said the CEO of the National Council of Jewish Women.
Communities scrambled to find beds and food for children suddenly left alone at schools and day care after their parents were rounded up in mass raids.
Mississippi communities were reeling Wednesday following the arrests of nearly 700 people who officials said were working without legal documentation.
The president’s goal was to terrorize communities rather than to make large-scale arrests, immigration lawyers said.
The president confirmed that his administration would launch raids in at least 10 cities this weekend. But on Sunday, there were no mass roundups in sight.
The potential fine is an example of the "psychological terror" ICE inflicts on migrants like Maria Chavalan Sut, Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church's pastor says.
Prosecutors argued ICE was making immigrants wary of testifying or cooperating in court.
The Government Accountability Office said the agency failed to follow its own policies, and some former service members may have fallen through the cracks.
This figure surpasses the number of detention beds that Congress agreed to fund earlier this year.
The amendment would be added to a gun safety bill that would increase the power of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
President Trump has quick to praise U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency amid increasing imprisonments.
“It can be very difficult to see the pain in people’s faces and the panic," a director of the legal aid group RAICES said.