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Helping to Free Moms and Kids from Artesia, Part 2

December 29, 2014
AILA member and Artesia Pro Bono Project volunteer Kim Hunter shares her client's story who was granted asylum while in family detention and discusses what it is like spending the holidays in a family…

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Opinion: These kids want their freedom for Christmas

December 23, 2014
The Media Gets A First Look At The Migrant Crisis: Thousands Of Kids Held In Concrete CellsBorder Patrol stations like the ones in Brownsville and Nogales, both in Arizona, were not meant for long-ter…

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AILA Quicktake #103: Granting Asylum for Artesia Detainees

October 17, 2014
AILA member and Artesia volunteer Kim Hunter shares her client's experience in being kept in detention after being granted asylum. To volunteer at Artesia, go to www.aila.org/beavolunteer. Can't volun…

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Making an example out of the most vulnerable

August 15, 2014
I spent the week of July 28th at the Artesia “family detention” center, a four-hour drive from both Albuquerque and El Paso. I was part of a group of roughly ten volunteers (attorneys, translators, an…

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Experts Available to Discuss Conditions at Detention Center Holding Central American Children, Mothers

August 13, 2014
Conditions are abhorrent and shocking,” says attorney Kim Hunter who was at the detention center in Artesia, New Mexico last week. “The on-the-ground reality is as though the worst of all of the borde…

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Minnesota Attorneys and The Advocates Provide Free Legal Representation to 589 Immigrants, Immigrant Detainees, and Asylum Applicants in 2012

December 28, 2012
Minneapolis, MN (December 28, 2012): Ms. G was first arrested in Cameroon in 1990 for her involvement in political activities. In prison, she was beaten regularly, deprived of food, made to carry her …

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