A new wave of ICE arrests is expected to today, because of President Trumps clarion threats, in at least 10 cities across the country. The ACLU is fighting back by suing to stop mass deportations of refugee families. Here’s what you can do to fight back in your community: Share our multilingual Know Your Rights guide on Facebook and Twitter. Everybody should know that we have rights that ICE cannot violate.
Know this: We don’t have to open the door if ICE comes knocking. If the agents don’t have a warrant signed by a judge, then we can refuse to let them in. We have the right to remain silent. And we shouldn’t sign anything before speaking to a lawyer.
ICE raids are nothing new. But for over two years now, the Trump administration has been terrorizing our communities at a new level – tearing thousands of families apart, spreading fear and hate. If this isn’t the kind of country we want to live in, then we must keep fighting to defend our communities.
The best way to fight back? Know your rights. And help your family, friends, and neighbors to know theirs.
Spread the word on Facebook and Twitter so we all know what to do if ICE shows up. Our communities are diverse, so we’ve translated our guide to 8 languages that encompass most of the undocumented population.
For a comprehensive, multilingual guide to immigrants’ rights, visit our Know Your Rights platform and share the link with anyone who’s living in fear of deportation.