In light of widespread predawn raids as part of Operation Return to Sender, the Coalition for Human Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA) prepared an informational video on how to prepare for an ICE raid.
The video plays out different scenarios in which undocumented immigrants commonly come into contact with ICE or local law enforcement, including workplace and home raids, as well as routine traffic stops. In the clip, you see people reacting in ways that can reduce their risk of being deported, and you see people reacting in ways that greatly increase that risk. The narrators explain how to assert your rights in different situations. It is worth watching—certainly for migrants—but also for friends, family, and advocates who might be in a position to explain to others what to do and what not to do when confronted by ICE.
CHIRLA edited a shorter version for YouTube (currently w/o subtitles), above, which at present appears to be sadly underviewed. Help get the word out about this great resource and get those page views up!
[Continued at Citizen Orange]