Articles tagged: Dilley
In his new book Baby Jails, author Philip Schrag reflects on the past and future of a threatened ruling that limits the detention of migrant children.
Philip G. Schrag has written more than a dozen books over his years as a lawyer and director of the asylum law clinic at Georgetown University. But his latest, ...Read More
Citing the potential for abuse at the center, a Travis County judge prevented Texas’ child welfare agency from licensing the facility for child care.
Texas' efforts to license the second of two immigrant family detention centers in the state as a child care facility are on hold until a September trial....Read More
Texas wants to license immigrant detention centers for child care, but two families say the privately run facilities aren't as safe as the state claims.
Texas wants to license immigrant detention centers for child care, but two families say the privately run facilities aren't as safe as the state claims....Read More
Two moms, detained with their kids, along with an anti-detention nonprofit, say prison-like immigrant detention centers shouldn't be child care providers....Read More
A top ICE official told D.C. lawmakers ICE will end detention of women and children, but Texas immigrant rights groups are skeptical without more details....Read More
The Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) has submitted a proposed rule that would create a new child care licensing category for detention center...Read More
Susana Arevalo Hernandez and her kids were picked up by immigration officials during ramped-up raids in early January.
Immigration rights advocates say a Salvadoran woman detained after recently ramped-up ICE raids isn't getting the medical care she needs....Read More
Today, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced that it expected to open a for-profit 2,400-bed family detention center in Dilley in early November. ...Read More