Abolish ICE? The meanings of a movement

#AbolishIce has helped define the immigration debate in the U.S. It is a rallying cry by those opposed to Trump Administration policies and heavy-handed tactics of immigration officers. It has also been used as a cudgel against immigration advocates, who some of the Rights have claimed want “open borders.” Hiroshi Motomura and Azadeh Shashahani help us understand the meaning, promise and perils of the Abolish Ice movement.

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