Tell Microsoft and Other Tech Companies to Sever Ties with ICE

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and other technology executives:

The cruelty of Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has drawn the nation’s attention to the injustices faced by immigrants striving to build a better life in the United States.

Family separation isn’t happening just at the border. It's happening at workplaces, schools and homes across the country, where the constant presence of ICE agents means that families live under the perpetual threat of deportation.

Holding immigrant children and families in detention camps is horrific. But for some corporations, it’s also very profitable.

That’s why employees at Microsoft are calling on the company to cut their $19.4 million contract with ICE. Other big tech companies like Salesforce, Dell, Motorola, and Hewlett Packard Enterprises are also coming facing pressure from their employees to cut ties with ICE and Customs and Border Protection. Will you have the backs of these brave working people?

Join us to call on Microsoft and other tech companies to live up to their promises, end their contracts with ICE, and stop making millions from the separation of families.

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To: Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and other technology executives:
From: [Your Name]

Tech companies have a moral responsibility to ensure that their products are not used to violate human rights. Stop profiting from the terrorization of immigrant communities. Drop all contracts with ICE and Customs and Border Patrol today.

You have an opportunity to stand with your employees and customers by not only urging the administration to change their policy, but also refusing to be complicit in traumatizing families.