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Push Continues for Federal Government to Cut Ties With Private Prison Companies

Advocates want DHS to end immigrant detention center private contracts because for-profit prison companies “lobby for and profit from racist laws and policies that target Black communities, which are disproportionately represented in immigration detention centers they operate." The post Push Continues for Federal Government to Cut Ties With Private Prison Companies appeared first on Rewire.
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