Talia Inlender

Supervising senior staff attorney at Public Counsel

Supervising senior staff attorney at Public Counsel

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This week, the ACLU of Southern California sued the Department of Homeland Security over health and safety concerns at an ICE facility in Adelanto, California, where more than 1300…

Immigrants at Adelanto ICE facility face COVID-19 danger

This week, the ACLU of Southern California sued the Department of Homeland Security over health and safety concerns at an ICE facility in Adelanto, California, where more than 1300…

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