Hundreds of people are detained each day by immigration authorities in Minnesota. Most detainees are held in county jails around the state, including Carver, Freeborn, Ramsey, and Sherburne county jails.
Sign on to the Dignity, Not Detention campaign.
Participate in the First Sunday Faith Action at the Ramsey County Adult Detention Center, an ongoing event organized by the Interfaith Coalition on Immigration. The faith action is open to the public and takes place at 2:30 p.m. at 425 Grove Street in St. Paul.
Learn about detention of immigrants in the U.S. and in Minnesota.
Represent people in detained immigration court through the Minnesota Detention Project. The Detention Project began in early 2001 as a partnership of The Advocates for Human Rights, Centro Legal, Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota, and WMCL and today includes the University of St. Thomas Law School Immigration Clinic, the University of Minnesota Immigration and Human Rights Clinics, and the law firm of Faegre & Benson, L.L.P. Listen to a profile of the work of the Minnesota Detention Project. Contact Emily Good at 612-341-3302 x122 for more information about volunteering with the Minnesota Detention Project.
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