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boycott zero-tolerance immigration policy
Calling on architects, designers, planners and allied professionals to boycott any design work relating to the Justice Department's zero-tolerance immigration enforcement policy. This includes walls, checkpoints, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) offices, detention facilities, processing centers, and juvenile holding centers.
HUMAN RIGHTS AND TRUMP
Demand that architects protect human rights under the Trump Administration
AIA Code of Ethics reform
Prohibit the design of spaces for killing, torture, and cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment