Corporate ties to Customs and Border Protection (CBP)

RAICES, an immigration non-profit in Texas, rejected a $250,000 Salesforce donation last week because of the company’s ties to Customs and Border Protection (CBP).They are joining a growing movement across the U.S. rising in solidarity with all immigrants to call on tech giants to drop their multi-million dollar contracts with ICE and Border Patrol.

We need your support now. Add your name to all tech giants: Stop helping ICE and Border Patrol separate families. 

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Three organizations have already said they would boycott Salesforce if they don’t cut ties with CBP soon. Protest is growing as Microsoft and Salesforce employees demand their companies end their vile contracts. Join us today to demand tech companies choose the livelihood of all immigrants over profit. 

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Our message to major tech companies: 
By upholding your multi-million dollar contracts with ICE and/or Border Patrol, you are aiding the mass deportations and family separations. Whether they directly use your services to carry out those actions or not, your company is guilty of remaining complicit in our country’s immigration humanitarian crisis. Cancel all of your contracts with ICE and Border Patrol now.


Keep fighting,
Huiying B. Chan, Daily Kos

P.S. You can read even more details below in the previous email I sent.

 

Connie, add your name to major tech companies: Cancel your contracts with ICE and Border Patrol now!

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Workers at the largest tech companies, including Microsoft and Salesforce, are rising up against their own employers. Why? Because they discovered their companies have multi-million dollar contracts with ICE and Border Patrol.

The technology that we’ve come to rely on every day in our workplaces and homes is helping ICE and Border Patrol deport and separate families. 

While Microsoft and Salesforce CEOs speak out against family separation in media stunts, they are quietly enabling ICE to do their jobs more rapidly and efficiently by providing them with tools like cloud storage and dangerous face recognition technology. If major tech companies cancel their contracts with ICE and Border Patrol, they would deprive the agencies of the tech needed to do their jobs. It would also set a powerful example for other corporations to take a moral stance to stop enabling deportations and migrant trauma.

Sign the petition to all tech companies now: Stop helping ICE and Border Patrol separate families.

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Here is how much tech giants make from the deportation machine:

  • Microsoft: $19.4 million contract, for invasive facial recognition software
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprises’: $76 million, for operations management
  • Motorola: $15 million, for surveillance
  • Dell: $22 million, for surveillance
  • Salesforce: Aiding Border Patrol to “be more efficient”

The crisis at the border rages. Thousands of children remain severed from their families, and these companies make huge profits from their trauma. It’s time for the tech giants to take a stance and cancel all contracts now.

Click to AUTOMATICALLY sign to demand all major tech companies cancel ICE and Border Patrol contracts.

CLICK TO AUTOMATICALLY SIGN THE PETITION

By signing this petition you will receive periodic updates on offers and activism opportunities from Daily Kos. You may unsubscribe at any time. Here’s our privacy policy.

Our message to major tech companies: 
By upholding your multi-million dollar contracts with ICE and/or Border Patrol, you are aiding the mass deportations and family separations. Whether they directly use your services to carry out those actions or not, your company is guilty of remaining complicit in our country’s immigration humanitarian crisis. Cancel all of your contracts with ICE and Border Patrol now.


Keep fighting,
Huiying B. Chan, Daily Kos

Daily Kos, PO Box 70036, Oakland, CA, 94612

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Health educator, author and enterpreneur motherhealth@gmail.com or conniedbuono@gmail.com ; cell 408-854-1883 Helping families in the bay area by providing compassionate and live-in caregivers for homebound bay area seniors. Blogs at www.clubalthea.com Currently writing a self help and self cure ebook to help transform others in their journey to wellness, Healing within, transform inside and out. This is a compilation of topics Connie answered at quora.com and posts in this site.

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