Racial justice, Social justice, Inclusion
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In mid-October, it was announced by the city of Portland, Maine that the city would be opening an office to house United States Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The new office will be located on the fourth floor of One City Center, and officials say that the office will be actively focusing on crimes related to human trafficking, child exploitation, transnational drug trafficking and transnational terrorism rather than illegal immigration and deportation efforts.
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Stockley, Leela, "Local student activist participates in Portland ICE protests" (2019). University of Maine Racial Justice Collection. 231.