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A large group of people carrying signs marches from Gilman Hall towards Garland

We did it!!! It has been confirmed that even after JHU renewed a contract between Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the School of Medicine, that contract will be canceled.

This victory is a direct result of the tremendous effort, organizing, struggle and love of many different individuals and organizations – on and off campus. This victory is a clear example of how we as Hopkins workers can hold our university accountable, and how we can work with the wider communities of Baltimore, Maryland, and the United States to change things for the better.

When we work together, listen to each other, care for each other, and refuse to give up, great things are possible. We thank the Hopkins Coalition Against ICE, the JHU Sit-In, the Coalition for a Humane Hopkins, Hopkins Nurses United, ACLU of Maryland, Sanctuary DMV, CASA, and so many more who have stood in solidarity together to make this happen.

More details are available in an article by the JHU News Letter. This victory was also covered in The College Post.

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