The report tracks how WITNESS is collaborating with affected communities, legal advocacy organizations and media outlets to track cases of enforcement abuse by ICE. It also highlights our direct training of communities to use their own media tools to document wrongdoing.
“One of the best ways of fighting your deportation case is to actually have documentation of what happens when ICE shows up at your door or when they try to arrest you or pick you up”
Join us on October 15 for a conversation with journalists and activists about the impact of increased media coverage of immigration enforcement on communities across the U.S. and how to amplify the stories of immigrants.
Remember: Always use your best judgment and assess risks to yourself and those you are filming before hitting “record”.
The evening featured a screening of “We Have Rights,” a series of powerful animated short films followed by a conversation and impromptu training by our U.S. team.
In the article and accompanying video, we share practical tips for those who may be most vulnerable to these increased ICE raids and arrests, as well as practical considerations for any of us who may be witnesses to these events.
Erin McAweeney will be conducting a 10-week project involving network analysis of manipulated visual content and context targeting immigrants and activists which will culminate into a report for WITNESS partners and a publication on computational propaganda.
Join WITNESS and The Center for Media Justice for a discussion on 21st century policing and immigration enforcement, the impact on our community, what we can to do protect ourselves.
Join us to learn how community groups on the ground are fighting back against ICE, challenging mainstream narratives, and documenting abuses.
Join WITNESS and Immigrant Defense Project to learn “know your rights” and tactical information around documenting Immigration and Customs Officials.