ACLU Wyoming Seeking Volunteers To Help Immigrants Face ICE
ACLU of Wyoming and the Wyoming Rapid Response Network are looking for people to help immigrants deal with Immigration and Customs Enforcement issues.
According to an ACLU news release, the volunteers are needed "to respond and document ICE and law enforcement activity, to help families and individuals understand their rights and to connect families with immigration attorneys."
The release says a training event for volunteers is planned for Saturday of this week:
IF YOU GO:
WHAT: Wyoming Rapid Response Network Cheyenne Confirmer Training
WHEN: 1:30 June 29
WHERE: Unitarian Universalist Church of Cheyenne, 3005 Thomes Ave., Cheyenne
FOR INFORMATION: Go the Wyoming Rapid Response Network Facebook page:
President Trump recently said ICE agents would begin raids aimed at illegal immigrants this past weekend. But the president later announced the raids would be postponed for a couple of weeks to give Congress a chance to change American asylum laws first.