Related Program: The Record Hunger Strike Against Deportations Reaches Day 4 By Marcie Sillman & Andy Hurst • Mar 10, 2014 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Listen Listening... / 4:30 Marcie Sillman talks with KUOW reporter Liz Jones about a hunger strike that detainees are holding at the Tacoma Northwest Detention Center. Tags: governmentimmigrationdeportationTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Lockdown Lifted As Hunger Strike Continues At Tacoma Detention Center By Liz Jones • Mar 10, 2014 KUOW Photo/Liz Jones Listen Listening... / 1:23 Immigration officials say a lockdown has been lifted at a Tacoma detention center where hundreds of detainees are involved in a hunger strike. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement say the lockdown that started Sunday at the area of the Northwest Detention Center holding violent offenders was a precaution. Protestors Try To Block Deportations From Northwest Detention Center By Liz Jones • Feb 25, 2014 KUOW Photo/Liz Jones Listen Listening... / 3:56 Milton Cornejo locked arms with about a dozen demonstrators Monday morning to block access to the federal Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma. They were among about 50 people trying to prevent vehicles from leaving the facility, saying that they didn’t want the vans leaving with people who are about to be deported on board. Advocates Push To Slow Deportation While Waiting For Immigration Reform By Marcie Sillman & Amina Al-Sadi • Feb 6, 2014 We Belong Together's Facebook page/Nathan Mitchell Listen Listening... / 8:33 Marcie Sillman talks with Pramila Jayapal, an advocate for immigrant, civil and human rights. She and other supporters are pushing to slow deportation while Congress constructs an immigration bill. King County Pushes Back On Federal Immigration Hold Policy By Liz Jones • Jul 24, 2013 Listen Listening... / 2:04 A proposal in King County aims to rein in how much access federal immigration authorities have at the county jail. A council committee held its first public meeting on the measure Tuesday. Several counties in other states have already adopted similar policies, with mixed public reaction.