Save Lives: Release our Loved Ones

Kim Dinh

Across the country, communities are acknowledging the serious health threat which COVID-19 can pose to our communities and making pertinent adjustments.  Yet, while major public events and gatherings are being cancelled, schools are being closed, and hundreds of workers are being directed to stay at home, those detained in ICE facilities - as well as our county jails, state and federal prisons are not able to social distance and remain vulnerable to the spread of this deadly virus.  

Our state must implement a safe and comprehensive plan to release our grandparents, fathers, mothers, children, brothers and sisters from detention centers where large numbers of our loved ones are held together as they fight their deportations.

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