Immigration Detention and COVID-19: Illuminating Human Rights Concerns in Minnesota Jails
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Immigration Detention and COVID-19: Illuminating Human Rights Concerns in Minnesota Jails documents how lack of clearly defined standards, oversight, and accountability mechanisms, coupled with a system driven largely by cost and revenue concerns, have led to serious failures relating to health care and safety, solitary confinement, and due process. 

The March 2021 report compiles findings of The Advocates for Human Rights, the James H. Binger Center for New Americans, and the Minnesota Immigrant Health Alliance, regarding systemic failures to ensure the human rights of people held in federal immigration detention in Minnesota.   

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