The United States deports nearly 400,000 people annually
Two Americans is character driven documentary that redefines what it means to be “American.”
In a two-year period beginning July 2010, more than 200,000 parents of U.S. citizen children were removed from the country.
In Phoenix Arizona, where thirty-five percent of all residents are Latinos, the Maricopa County Jail, run by Sheriff Joseph M. Arpaio incarcerates more undocumented immigrants than any other prison in the nation. Bolstered by federal programs like 287(g) and draconian state laws like Employer Sanctions and SB 1070, Arpaio has routinely conducted work site raids and saturation patrols to make arrests in neighborhoods that are predominantly Latino.