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Rubén Rosario: St. Paul lawyer describes ‘nightmare’ immigrant detention center

November 3, 2015
The eyewitness account sounds like a troubling description of conditions in a Third World-country detention camp. “All of the children are sick, with coughs at minimum,” St. Paul-based lawyer Kim Hun…

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ICE Bans Two Lawyers From Family Detention Centers

August 24, 2015
AP reports that two attorneys, Kim Hunter and Andrew Free, were recently banned from a family detention center in South Texas after demanding fair treatment for their clients. U.S. Immigration and Cus…

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What will it take for the Obama administration to budge on incarcerating mothers and children?

August 3, 2015
Every mother, child, attorney, and advocate who manages to leave the Obama administration's jail-like facilities in Texas and Pennsylvania does so with a series of sickening anecdotes.  Every friend, …

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Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota Celebrates Keeping Families Together

May 30, 2015
MINNEAPOLIS (May 29, 2015) – Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota (ILCM) held its annual gala at the Varsity Theater in Minneapolis to celebrate and recognize ILCM and other leaders on immigration issues…

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AILA Quicktake #125: First Asylum Win in Dilley

May 12, 2015
AILA member and CARA Family Detention Pro Bono Project volunteer Kim Hunter shares the news of her client's asylum victory. Her client was detained in the Dilley family detention center. To volunteer …

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Opinion: Immigrant women incarcerated with their children in Texas are the real Mamma Grizzlies

April 10, 2015
Border Patrol stations like the ones in Brownsville and Nogales, both in Arizona, were not meant for long-term custody. Immigrants are supposed to wait there until they are processed and taken to dete…

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Kim Hunter on Detention Centers

March 3, 2015
Hear volunteer attorney Kim Hunter share her first-hand experience of working at a detention center in New Mexico.

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