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3/29: Community Resource Materials for Raid Response & Pre-Raid Community Safety Plan
Released 29 March 2007  By

3/29: Community Resource Materials for Raid Response & Pre-Raid Community Safety Plan

Materials prepared by the National Immigration Project of the
National Lawyers Guild, Detention Watch Network,
New York State Defenders Association, &
Immigrant Legal Resource Center and Families for Freedom.

They include
"From Raids to Deportation: a Community Resource Kit," "I am in
Detention: What Are My Rights?", "Pre-Raid Community Safety Plan," and
Detainee Abuse Resource Kits, and how to campaign for relief outside the

You can find the materials at: or on

For additional litigation materials:

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