Private Contractor Makes Millions Off GPS Trackers for Immigrants 

Nearly 200 undocumented Memphians wear GPS tracking bracelets as a part of a controversial immigration program.

A woman in Memphis stands for a portrait with the ankle bracelet she’s been ordered to wear by Immigration Customs and Enforcement

Photographs by Andrea Morales

A woman in Memphis stands for a portrait with the ankle bracelet she’s been ordered to wear by Immigration Customs and Enforcement

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