For years, ICE has surveilled and targeted immigrant communities at their homes, workplaces and in public spaces. During raids, ICE agents have used harmful tactics – like violence, intimidation and deception – often only seen by immediate witnesses. Filming ICE on a cell phone or other device can help expose illegal activity and rights abuses committed by ICE officers, deter violence, confirm reports and serve as evidence. However, if footage isn’t captured and/or shared safely and ethically, there can be unintended harm to both the person being filmed and the person filming. Topics include:
- When and how to document in case of an ICE raid
- Your right to film ICE
- Sharing ethically, including live-streaming
- Digital security concerns
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