Boston uses taxpayer funds to support anti-ICE groups providing services to illegal aliens

Boston uses taxpayer funds to support anti-ICE groups providing services to illegal aliens


Boston Mayor Michelle Wu announced on Thursday that the city would award taxpayer funds to more than a dozen nonprofit organizations that provide services to illegal aliens, according to a city press release.

“Mayor Michelle Wu and the Mayor’s Office for Immigrant Advancement (MOIA) today announced that the City is awarding $650,000 in grants to 13 nonprofits to increase the capacity of immigrant-serving organizations to provide immigration-related legal services and support the legal needs of immigrant workers,” the press release read.

It noted that the organizations will each receive between $10,000 and $100,000 to provide programs to illegal immigrants, including “Know Your Rights training, forms assistance, and legal consultation and representation in immigration and labor violation cases.”

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The 13 organizations awarded with grants included the Brazilian Worker Center,

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