Divesting From The Trump Deportation Machine

#DeportICE is a coalition of advocacy groups striving to make sanctuary protections real in cities and counties across California.

We are doing this by championing a municipal ordinance declaring California’s sanctuary cities will not do business with companies that work to identify, profile, target and detain undocumented California residents for ICE and CPB.

We also ask universities, media outlets, law firms and other large institutions in sanctuary cities to boycott companies in contract with ICE and CPB for data, vetting or detention services.

On this website, you will find a municipal contracting ordinance for sanctuary cities to stop subsidizing the deportation machine, and a boycott  form and petition for institutions and individuals in sanctuary cities to cease doing business with one large ICE data broker, Thomson Reuters.

In the history section, we present some scholarly commentary from other times in recent history when technological tracking and profiling of individuals led to detention, imprisonment, torture and extermination.

On the Resources page, you can print out DeportICE signs and a handout with a list of atrocities committed by Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

#DeportICE welcomes fellow advocacy groups to join the coalition and welcomes submissions of information regarding additional data brokers for ICE. We have a Signal Tip Line set up for anonymous contributions.

Share your thoughts on our #DeportICE hashtag twitter feed. Join the conversation.

Coalition Members:

Oakland Privacy, Media Alliance, Wellstone Democratic Renewal Club, California Sanctuary Campaign, Coalition for Police Accountability, Defending Rights and Dissent,  CAIR-SF Bay Area (Council on Islamic-American Relations, ACILEP (Alameda County Immigration Legal and Educational Partnership), BBBON (Block By Block Organizing Network), Centro Legale De La Raza, American Friends Service Committee – Bay Area, Jewish Voice for Peace – Bay Area, Restore the Fourth – Bay Area, Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, Center for Media Justice, Courage Campaign, Veterans for Peace – East Bay, Freedom For Immigrants, The Greenlining Institute, Code Pink Bay Area, Oakland Community Organizations, Courage to Resist, Forward Together, Alameda County Green Party, Nikkei Resisters, PASOS, Hand in Hand: The Domestic Employers Network, Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity,  SURJ – Bay Area, SIREN (Services Immigrant Rights & Education Network), ACLU of California, Educators for Migrant Justice

 

Ordinance Watch

 

Richmond  – Passed May 2018 Next?