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has shut down operations indefinitely due to "security concerns". No agents attempted to enter building today and have also cancelled appointments for tomorrow. The facility is non-operational. Other cities are raising their banners and organizing similar actions.

Trump's executive order is bullshit and any media source claiming otherwise is fucking lying

We're here for abolition


portlandmercury.com/blogtown/2

Even Portland Police wont engage given political pressure

*clarification: ICE has shut down operations specifically at the Portland office.

@slackz
But the executive order is what you wanted

"He could stop it today" you guys said

Hahahahaha
@Leeloo @slackz
Open borders for human trafficking

Love the positions you guys take
@slackz 
>We're here for abolition

yeah that's not gonna happen
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OrgSpace is a social media instance on the Mastodon network built by, and for, community organizers. We believe social media is a critical tool for political education, relationship building, mobilizing folks; however, facebook, twitter and other mainstream networks have opted time and again for profit and commercializing personal data regardless of the consequences.

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