After the Trump administration walked back regulations that would revoke the visa status of all international students attending online-only schools, ICE updated the ruling to target incoming students.
The Association of Independent Colleges of Art & Design, which counts Pratt and RISD among its members, has signed on to an amicus brief supporting a lawsuit against ICE.
DYKWTCA (Do you know where the children are?) will travel across the US until after the 2021 election. The works will be offered for $500 each and the full proceeds donated to immigrant advocacy groups.
The “34,000 Pillows Project” by artist duo Díaz Lewis offers the public a way to give back to immigrant advocacy groups, and they’ll be hosting a workshop and reading series for the cause at the Institute for Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.
José Bello was arrested less than 36 hours after criticizing the immigration enforcement and detention practices of ICE in a poem titled “Dear America.” His bond is set at $50,000.