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Deportation 101: Community Resource on Anti-Deportation Education & Organizing 2011

Deportation 101: Community Resource on Anti-Deportation Education & Organizing 2011

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Deportation 101 is an intensive, one to two-day training, accompanied by comprehensive written materials, that offers basics on the detention and deportation system and provides guidance on how to organize communities
directly impacted by deportation. Created by community organizers, legal experts, and advocates, this curriculum teaches immigrant families, loved ones, and communities how to understand and develop individual and community responses to this system – inside and outside the courts.
Deportation 101 is an intensive, one to two-day training, accompanied by comprehensive written materials, that offers basics on the detention and deportation system and provides guidance on how to organize communities
directly impacted by deportation. Created by community organizers, legal experts, and advocates, this curriculum teaches immigrant families, loved ones, and communities how to understand and develop individual and community responses to this system – inside and outside the courts.

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A CommunityResource onAnti-DeportationEducationand Organizing
Revised May 2010
Produced byDetention Watch Network 1325 Massachusetts Ave NW, Suite 200Washington, DC 20005Families or Freedom3 W 29th St, Suite 1030New York, NY 10001Immigrant Deense Project3 W 29th St, Suite 803New York, NY 10001National Immigration Project o theNational Lawyers Guild14 Beacon St, Suite 602Boston, MA 02108
DEPORTATION
101
 
THE DEPORTATION 101 CURRICULUM
A Little History
T
he
 
Immigrant
 
Deense
 
Proje
c
t
IDP
and
 
Fami
l
ies
 
or
 
Freedom
FFF
origina
ll
y
 
deve
l
oped
 
the
 
Deportation
 1
0
1 c
urri
c
u
l
um
 
in
 
2005
.
In
 
200
7
,
 
the
 
Nationa
l
Immigration
 
Proje
c
t
 
o 
 
the
 
Nationa
l
Lawyers
 
Gui
l
d
 
and
 
Deten-tion
 
Wat
c
h
 
Network 
 
began
c
o
ll
aborating
 
with
 
IDP
 
and
 
FFF
 
to
c
reate
 
an
 
e
x
panded
c
urri
c
u
l
um
 
and
 
to
 
present
 
additiona
l
trainings
.T
ogether,
 
the
 
Deportation
1
0
1
team
 
has
 
partnered
 
with
c
ommunity-based
 
groups
 
to
 
train
 
dire
c
t
l
y
 
a
e
c
ted
 
peo-p
l
e,
 
organizers,
 
and
 
servi
c
e
 
providers
 
in
 
various
 
parts
 
o 
 
the
c
ountry,
 
in
cl
uding
 
New
 
York,
 
New
J
ersey,
 
F
l
orida,
 
Massa
c
husetts,
 
Georgia,
 
Mary
l
and,
V
irginia,
 
Distri
c
t
 
o 
 
Co
l
umbia,
 
North
 
Caro
l
ina,
 
Arkansas,
 
Louisiana,
 
Missis-sippi,
 
A
l
abama,
 
F
l
orida,
entu
c
ky,
T
ennessee,
 
South
 
Caro
l
ina,
V
irginia,
 
and
 
West
V
irginia
.
About the Curriculum
Deportation
1
0
1
is
 
an
 
intensive,
 
one
 
to
 
two-day
 
training,
 
a
cc
ompanied
 
by
c
omprehensive
 
written
 
materia
l
s,
 
that
 
o
ers
 
basi
c
s
 
on
 
the
 
detention
 
and
 
deportation
 
system
 
and
 
provides
 
guidan
c
e
 
on
 
how
 
to
 
organize
c
om-munities
 
dire
c
t
l
y
 
impa
c
ted
 
by
 
deportation
.
Created
 
by
c
ommunity
 
organizers,
l
ega
l
e
x
perts,
 
and
 
advo
c
ates,
 
this
c
urri
c
u
l
um
 
tea
c
hes
 
immigrant
 
ami
l
ies,
l
oved
 
ones,
 
and
c
ommunities
 
how
 
to
 
understand
 
and
 
deve
l
op
 
individua
l
and
c
ommunity
 
responses
 
to
 
this
 
system
inside
 
and
 
outside
 
the
c
ourts
.T
he
 
Deportation
1
0
1 c
urri
c
u
l
um
 
provides
:
 
overviews
 
o 
 
the
c
rimina
l
justi
c
e
 
and
 
deportation
 
systems
 
and
 
immigration
 
enor
c
ement
 
programs,
 
pra
c
ti
c
a
l
tips
 
and
 
advo
c
a
c
y
 
strategies
 
or
 
peop
l
e
 
a
c
ing
 
or
 
at
 
risk 
 
o 
 
deportation,
 
l
o
c
a
l
and
 
nationa
l
resour
c
es
 
and
 
reerra
l
s,
 
ideas
 
or
 
addressing
 
the
 
needs
 
o 
 
immigrant
 
ami
l
ies
 
and
c
ommunities,
 
dis
c
ussions
 
on
c
urrent
 
and
 
uture
 
organizing
 
strategies,
 
and
 
ana
l
yses
 
o 
c
urrent
 
immigration
 
reorm
 
proposa
l
s
.
*Disclaimer*
This latest version o the Deportation 101 curriculum was published in May 2010. We’ve tried our best to make sure all inormationis up-to-date. Please keep in mind that immigration laws and policies are constantly changing, and this manual only refectsinormation available up until the time o publication.We also want to be clear that the Deportation 101 curriculum is not a substitute or individualized legal advice. I you are deal-ing with a deportation case, we recommend trying to contact an expert or more inormation and help on your particular case.

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