ICE Facilities Accused of Abuse and Neglect

ICE Facilities Accused of Abuse and Neglect

Shocking allegations out of Irwin County, Georgia, when four lawyers and a nurse — formerly employed at an Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE) — accused ICE facilities of abusing women. These abuse allegations stem from women being repeatedly sent for unnecessary gynecology appointment. ICE Abuse Detainees  by being Forced to Have Hysterectomies According to reports, these […]

Florida’s Voter Suppression Law Upheld

Florida’s Voter Suppression Law Upheld

On Friday, Sept. 11, 2020, Florida’s voter suppression law, SB 7066, was upheld by six judges on the 11tth U.S. Circut Court of Appeals. Notably, all of the judges were appointed by Trump and one, Judge William Pryor, is on the president’s Supreme Court shortlist. Nearly, 774,000 Floridians — disproportionately Black —who have served their […]

Census Counts All, With or Without a Doorbell

Census Counts All, With or Without a Doorbell

The U.S. Census sets out to count all people even if they do not have a traditional doorbell or mailbox. Many people have unconventional residences. They do not live in a house or apartment with a designated mailbox. A doorbell is not a way to notify the arrival of someone. The Census Bureau is not […]