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Examples of CIRC in the media.

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Colorado lawmakers propose limiting state data-sharing

March 9, 2021
In the News
  • Data & Privacy

9News Colorado senators plan to introduce a bill in next week’s legislative session that would protect personally identifying information Coloradans share with the state when accessing state agency services, according to the Colorado Immigration Rights Coalition (CIRC). The legislation aims to restore the trust between Colorado’s immigrant communities and the state, said CRIC. Continue Reading

Emails Show Chummy Relationship Between ICE, Colorado DMV

February 12, 2021
In the News
  • Data & Privacy

In June 2019, Jade Kominek, an investigative analyst with the Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles, emailed an Immigration and Customs Enforcement employee to inquire about the immigration status of someone who was the subject of a DMV investigation

Colorado state representatives seeking immigration legal defense fund

February 8, 2021
In the News
  • Universal Representation

9News.com COLORADO, USA — In immigration court, having legal representation can mean the difference between staying in the United States or being deported. A 2015 study from the University of Pennsylvania showed that immigrants with a lawyer present were 10 times more likely to win their cases. “When you think about this, you have an […]

ICE performed forced hysterectomies on detained immigrants

December 22, 2020
In the News
  • ICE Resistance

The Guardian More women have joined an official legal petition alleging that they were medically abused by a gynecologist while in Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody in a move that significantly expands a case that has shocked America.  

ICE forced hysterectomies part of an ugly American history of eugenics

September 21, 2020
In the News
  • ICE Resistance

The Guardian Pauline Binam asked to see a doctor because she was having abnormalities with her period. After nearly two years in immigration detention, she was worried that it was having an adverse effect on her health. The doctor told her that she had a cyst on her ovary and she agreed to a dilation […]

ICE deports key witness in sexual assault case

September 15, 2020
In the News
  • ICE Resistance

Texas Tribune The U.S. government late Monday deported a crucial witness in an ongoing investigation into allegations of sexual assault and harassment at an El Paso immigrant detention center, the witness’ lawyers said. The 35-year-old woman has been held in the facility, which is overseen by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, for about a year and […]

ICE fails to release detainees by court-ordered deadline

July 23, 2020
In the News
  • ICE Resistance

The Hill Nearly 350 migrant parents and children remain detained in facilities with coronavirus outbreaks nearly a month after a federal court ruled all children must be released “with all deliberate speed” from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention facilities. A total of 346 children and parents remain detained in the facilities, despite District Judge […]

ICE endangers public by carrying out raids during Covid lockdown

March 31, 2020
In the News
  • ICE Resistance

The Guardian On the first day of California’s “shelter-in-place” lockdown, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (Ice) agents raided immigrant communities in Los Angeles. Different from other raids, they carried N95 medical masks to protect themselves from Covid-19. Also different from previous raids, the Ice agents broke state regulations that ordered everyone to stay home except to do “essential” […]

ICE Activity Confirmed: 5 ICE vehicles and possibly 2 people detained by ICE near West 76th and Pecos Blvd, in Denver.

July 15, 2019
In the News

(July 15th, 2019 - Denver, Colorado) - The Colorado Rapid Response Network has confirmed 5 ICE vehicles and multiple ICE agents present at a location near West 76th Avenue and Pecos Blvd. Possibly two people or more were detained in Denver today.

El Paso Court Issues Permanent Injunction, Blocking Sheriff Department from Holding Undocumented Immigrants Without Warrant

December 7, 2018
In the News

Press Release: Dec 7, 2018 – For Immediate Release Contacts: Siena Mann – siena@coloradoimmigrant.org  Cristian Solano-Córdova – cristian@coloradoimmigrant.org El Paso Court Issues Permanent Injunction, Blocking Sheriff Department from Holding Undocumented Immigrants Without Warrant.   According to the ACLU of Colorado lawsuit, Sheriff Elder has unlawfully imprisoned dozens of individuals for days, weeks, and even months, without a warrant.   […]

ICE charges $8 a minute to parents to speak by phone with their children

July 23, 2018
In the News
  • ICE Resistance

Negocios Now Do you want to speak by phone with your child that ICE just took away from you? Okay, pay just $8 per minute. More than 145 members of the House and Senate speak out against charging migrant parents up to $8/min. to speak with their kids Rep. Jared Polis, D-Colo., Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., […]

New Report Shows Continued Family Separation Policies Could Cost Taxpayers MILLIONS

June 27, 2018
In the News

Family centered action at ICE Centennial offices highlights economic and social costs of aggressive detention and deportation of immigrants Watch the video below CENTENNIAL, CO—On Wednesday, June 27, families gathered at the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Centennial office to draw attention to the impact that family separation policies are having on Colorado families. While […]

Trump Deems Denver a Sanctuary City. Now What?

January 25, 2018
In the News
  • Immigration Reform

Westword Since the day that President Donald Trump took office, the administration of Mayor Michael Hancock has soft-stepped around labeling Denver a sanctuary city, using words like “welcoming” instead. But as early as February 2017, the Trump administration was already sending signals that it did, in fact, consider Denver a sanctuary city. At the time, we […]

Seeking sanctuary

December 2, 2017
In the News
  • Immigration Reform

CARBONDALE — Sergio esta muy triste. Sergio is very sad, Sandra Lopez says in Spanish, almost to herself. Early last week, the Silt resident and her husband, Sergio Gonzalez, learned that his cousin, his cousin’s wife and a friend had been murdered in Mexico.

Colorado has most immigrants living in sanctuary in U.S. after Mexican woman enters church

October 25, 2017
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  • Immigration Reform

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Trump actions increase anxiety among immigrants in Roaring Fork Valley

September 7, 2017
In the News

Trump actions increase anxiety among immigrants in Roaring Fork Valley Scott Condon The Aspen Times September 4, 2017   For Glenwood Springs attorney Ted Hess, whose firm specializes in immigration law, the election of Donald Trump has created a boom fueled by anxiety. His immigration-related business is up 50 to 100 percent since Trump’s election. […]

With DACA rescinded, Boulder rallies to support immigrants

September 7, 2017
In the News
  • DACA & TPS

Boulder residents reacted to President Trump’s decision to withdraw the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program with rallies, protests and meetings, largely condemning the measure as harsh and unfair. Boulder residents reacted to President Trump’s decision to withdraw the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program with rallies, protests and meetings, largely condemning the measure as […]

Gardner, Bennet support immigration act

September 7, 2017
In the News

Move comes after Trump’s decision to do away with DACA By Amy Maestas Herald Staff Writer Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2017 10:20 PM Colorado Sens. Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner on Tuesday signed on as co-sponsors of the DREAM Act of 2017 after President Donald Trump announced he would phase out a program that shields young immigrants from […]

All Souls Church takes in first sanctuary seekers.

September 7, 2017
In the News
  • Legal Services

All Souls Church takes in first sanctuary seekers Sanctuary in action By Nat Stein @_natstein_ Sliding across the church’s hardwood floors with a squeal, 3-year-old David is contentedly unaware of the gravity of his new living situation inside All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church in downtown Colorado Springs. He gets all the apple juice he wants and there […]

Colorado Students Vow Resistance to Trump’s DACA Decision

September 7, 2017
In the News
  • DACA & TPS

Colorado Students Vow Resistance to Trump’s DACA Decision Hundreds of college and high school students demonstrated in downtown Denver, Boulder and elsewhere in Colorado on Tuesday to protest the White House’s decision to repeal a program protecting young immigrants from deportation. Sept. 5, 2017, at 6:07 p.m. (AP Photo/Tatiana Flowers) The Associated Press   DENVER (AP) […]

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