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#ExposeandClose : End Detention Now! November 18th – 22nd

October 17, 2013



November 18-22

224df13d5865c809bcc8e21c_280x179One year ago in November of 2012, members of Detention Watch Network released the Expose and Close reports, highlighting the appalling conditions in ten of the worst immigration detention centers in the country. One year later, nothing has changed, and in some cases, conditions in detention have gotten worse.

As Congress and the Obama Administration continue to fail in implementing a truly comprehensive immigration overhaul, 34,000 immigrants are subjected to inhumane detention every day.

Mobilize with your community this November 18-22

Together we can EXPOSE the human rights abuses happening in detention centers across the country, demand the Obama Administration CLOSE immigrant detention centers immediately and release immigrants to their loved ones and their communities

CLOSE immigration detention centers.

  • Organize or join an action in your community, demanding for CLOSURE of detention centers and the release of immigrants from detention.

EXPOSE conditions in detention centers.

  • Release a press statement and/or organize a press conference calling attention to conditions at a local facility
  • Hold an educational event in your university, place of worship, community or organization

Spread the word about immigration detention on Facebook and Twitter using #ExposeandClose


Please e-mail Catalina Nieto, DWN’s Field Director at for more information and if you are interested in taking action. DWN staff will provide sample press releases, talking points and any additional support needed for you to take action.

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