In communities across the country, immigrant advocates are working to curtail the federal government’s immigration crackdown.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, depends on local agencies to detain immigrants who might be in the country illegally.

How are these federal orders playing out in communities like Alexandria? And what legal issues are at stake?


  • Justin Jouvenal Justice Reporter, Washington Post; @jjouvenal
  • Ingris Moran Lead Organizer, Tenants and Workers United
  • Simon Sandoval-Moshenberg Immigrant Advocacy Program Director, Legal Aid Justice Center

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