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Congress mandates that 34,000 immigrants be detained in the United States every day of the year.
The detention of illegal immigrants is increasingly contracted out to private companies, whose profits have soared the last decade.
Around 34,000 undocumented immigrants are being held at detention centers around the U.S. Many have fled violence in Central America and have family here yet still face deportation. In this video, advocates go to one of the largest centers and try to help the detainees inside.
The Obama administration continues to expand its controversial practice of detaining mothers and their children despite a judge's order that using it to deter mass migration is illegal. 
ICE is locking up and deporting mostly non-criminals and costing taxpayers millions of dollars a day in doing so. Here's a look at how our immigrant detention and deportation system really works.
The detention of migrants is a multi-billion dollar industry. Private corporations profit from locking up immigrants.
Caleb Madison served as an AFSC Peace Intern and worked with high school-aged youth on the If I Had A Trillion Dollars Youth Film festival, the If I Could Change the World Spoken Word Project and the Social Change Institute in 2014 - 15. He shares his reflections on this work and what he learned about social change.
Austin Hoffman served as an AFSC Peace Intern and worked with high school-aged youth on the If I Had A Trillion Dollars Youth Film festival, the If I Could Change the World Spoken Word Project and the Social Change Institute in 2014 - 15. He shares his reflections on this work, commenting on the challenges, the inspirations, the amazing people, the impact on youth and what he learned.
Maigan Bridgette served as an AFSC Peace Intern and worked with high school-aged youth on the If I Had A Trillion Dollars Youth Film festival, the If I Could Change the World Spoken Word Project and the Social Change Institute in 2014 - 15. She shares her reflections on this work, how she grew as a person, the challenges, teamwork, and highlights.

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