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ICE Could Deport Mother Suffering From Postpartum Depression

Posted: Apr 16, 2012


A group of community organizers is holding a vigil and press conference Tuesday at Arlington Street Church in Boston to demand that ICE stop separating families through detentions and deportations. Noelia Ramos, mother of a two-month old son and a four-year old girl, was arrested on March 6, 2007 as part of the raid on the Michael Bianco factory in New Bedford, Mass. along with 300 other workers. She is now reportedly suffering from postpartum depression and is afriad of being separated from her family. The vigil and press conference is being organized by Student Immigrant Movement (SIM), Presente.org, United We Dream, Centro Comunitario del Trabajador, United Interfaith Action and other organizations to stop the suffering of Noelia and the New Bedford community.




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