Fire CoreCivic! Pass AB 32 & 33!


Humanitarian volunteers and researchers at San Diego State University have received hundreds of letters from refugees and other migrants being held - some for 18 months or longer - at Otay Mesa Detention Center, near San Diego, California, which is operated by the for-profit company CoreCivic. They report inhumane conditions including insufficient and contaminated food, inadequate health care, abuse, isolation, and forced labor at $1 / day. California Assembly bills 32 and 33 call for the state to stop doing business with CoreCivic altogether. Contact your legislator and ask them to pass AB 32 & 33!

Letter Campaign by
Detainee Allies
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