Jacqueline Stevens

Northwestern University

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Jacqueline Stevens is director of Northwestern University's Deportation Research Clinic, and co-editor of Citizenship in Question: Evidentiary Birthright and Statelessness.

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 A lawsuit against private prisons has now been  opened up to a class action  that could involve some 60,000 undocumented workers. They've been detained by ICE at…

Lawsuit alleges thousands of ICE detainees were forced into labor

Photo by Barnellbe A lawsuit against private prisons has now been opened up to a class action that could involve some 60,000 undocumented workers. They've been detained by ICE at…

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