AMY GOODMAN: Adelina Nicholls, what is the position of the Atlanta mayor right now? Do you feel you have the city's support
ADELINA NICHOLLS: Yes.
AMY GOODMAN: in not cooperating with ICE?
ADELINA NICHOLLS: Yes. There is as -- he is the one that has made the difference here in the state of Georgia. The city of Atlanta had stand up with immigrant communities, closing ACDC, this detention center where ICE used to send many immigrants who were detained around in Georgia. And the mayor stand up and support all our efforts against this criminalization, as well the collaboration with ICE.
AMY GOODMAN: Well, I want to thank you all for being with us. Of course, we're going to continue to cover this through the weekend and next week. Adelina Nicholls, joining us from Atlanta, the Georgia Latino Alliance of Human Rights. Shannon Camacho, the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights, speaking to us from Los Angeles. And Natalia Aristizabal, here in New York, of Make the Road New York.