Bank of America Ends Relationship with Migrant Prison Companies

HeadlineJun 27, 2019

Bank of America said Wednesday it will end its relationship with companies that are involved in the jailing of migrants, amid the growing outcry over conditions at the border and Trump’s inhumane immigration policies. Bank of America reportedly provided financial services to Caliburn, which runs the Homestead facility. Former White House Chief of Staff John Kelly recently joined the board of Caliburn. As the former head of Homeland Security, Kelly oversaw Trump’s “zero tolerance” family separation policy.

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