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    Since Hutto first started detaining immigrant families in 2006, the Detention and Asylum (now Migrant Rights and Justice) team made regular visits to the facility, meeting with families to hear their stories and monitor the conditions in which they lived. We took our research and recommendations back to ICE, advocating for improved conditions and urging them to put an end to the detention of families.

    Detention of immigrant families continues, however, in the much smaller Berks Family Shelter Care Facility in Leesport, Pennsylvania. But due to our sustained advocacy on the issue, families now live under improved conditions based on family residential standards.

    Today, the Migrant Rights and Justice program continues to work with the Obama administration and ICE, advocating for policies that would keep immigrant families from being detained.

    Spotlight: The work of our migrant rights and justice program is featured in the award-winning documentary The Least of These. The film, which features our detention and asylum program director, Michelle Brané, spotlights the national grassroots efforts to stop the detention of immigrant families at Hutto.