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No Business with ICE

ICE is terrorizing immigrants at the border and in our communities. But we have the power to fight back—by taking action against anyone who does business with and helps ICE.

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No Business with ICE

ICE is terrorizing immigrants at the border and in our communities. But we have the power to fight back—by taking action against anyone who does business with and helps ICE.

sign the pledge  

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Take the No Business With ICE Pledge

As ICE continues to target immigrant communities across the country, we must take action against the cities, schools, and corporations that do business with ICE. Every day, ICE depends on and receives support from mayors, local police departments, private tech companies, airlines, hospitals, and more to separate immigrant families. We say enough is enough.

At the end of the day, any institution that does business with ICE makes it easier for them to function. They are participants in our government’s attack on immigrants and complicit in violence against families and children at the border and in detention centers across the country. It is time to use our power as residents, students, workers, and consumers to send a clear message: supporting ICE is no longer socially acceptable. If you do business with ICE, then we won’t do business with you.

 
 
 

Day of Action Summary


Day of Action Summary


#NoBusinessWithICE
National Network

Over the last several months, we’ve targeted companies like Amazon, schools like Northeastern University, and governments like Kent County, MI that have contracts with ICE and profit from family separation. And our strategy is working. We just need your help to keep up the pressure.

On October 1, the Cosecha #NoBusinessWithICE Protest Network is hosting a day of action to show the country that the American public will not sit by and let ICE terrorize immigrant communities.

Learn more about the network and how you can join or support

Fill out this interest form to request a Cosecha training in your city

Join our WhatsApp chat to communicate with others across the country

Who does business with ICE?


Who does business with ICE?


Who does business with ICE?

The places where we live, work, and spend our money are helping ICE target and separate immigrant families.
They are complicit with--and often profit from--attacks on our community. Not anymore.

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Mayors and county commissioners sign contracts with ICE allowing them to use jails to detain families.

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Companies like Amazon sell their technology to ICE. Airlines transport detainees across the country.

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Local departments of labor, school districts, DMVs, and hospital share data with ICE. 

We're taking action against all cities, institutions, and corporations that do business with ICE. As residents, workers, and consumers, we have the power to demand that they stop helping ICE and profiting from attacks on immigrants.

Who should you target in your community?
Click here to read our guide.

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#NoBusinessWithICE is a campaign of Movimiento Cosecha, a nonviolent movement fighting for permanent protection, dignity, and respect for all undocumented immigrants in the United States.