Women Watch Afrika, Inc. is calling for the release of the Somali-90 who are facing dehumanizing conditions at the Krome Service Processing Center (Miami, FL) where they are currently being held. WWA has been informed that they are lacking proper food and medication, and have not slept for two nights, as they are being packed and crammed in tight spaces like sardines and have been spending the majorty of the time on their feet.
The individuals had been held for months in a detention center, and then they were scheduled for deportation and put on a plane to Somalia, only to have the plane make a stop in Senegal and then abruptly be returned to the United States without proper explanation on Friday, December 8, 2017.
If you need information about a particular detainee that is being held at the Krome Service Processing Center facility, call (305) 207-2001 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Make sure you have the individual’s information ready e.g. full name, date of birth, and country of birth.
However, please note that detainees cannot receive incoming calls but urgent messages can be left for them at (305) 207-6424 and (305) 207-2202. Again make sure you provide the full detailed information of the detainee along with the message, and how you or whomever can be reached.
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