ICE recognizes vital contributions of African Americans to agency

The women and men of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) observe African American History Month throughout February to celebrate the achievements of their fellow citizens and the vital parts they have played in the history of the United States. The commemorative month is now considered the nation’s oldest organized historic celebration, and ICE honors the important contributions to the agency by African-Americans since its earliest iterations.

“While our appreciation of the contributions of African-Americans to both our nation and ICE’s mission is ongoing, we’re pleased to have this month designated to honor the special significance of those contributions,” said Thomas D. Homan, Deputy Director and Senior Official Performing the Duties of the Director. “Please join me in…

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