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The Chaldean Community Foundation (CCF), the not-for-profit arm of the Chaldean American Chamber of Commerce, is dedicated to advancing the needs of the Chaldean American community and the communities in which they live and work through education, charitable giving and advocacy.
To whom it may concern, The Chaldean Community Foundation is a great foundation, it helps the community in the metro Detroit area in various ways and their work is legitimate and trusted among all the community. We would like to thank for their hard work for the community.
The Chaldean Community Foundation is the best foundation to help the people and we would like to thank you for your help and thank you!
I met a lot of new friends through BEAM project at CCF, without it I will never be able to use the white cane and learn to use I-Phone and more. One of my favorite things is learning new techniques for the blind during the BEAM class held on Wednesday. Thank you Chaldean Community Foundation for the great opportunities.
I would like to thank the organization for their cooperation and assistance as much as possible and for doing a good job of organizing their appointments. And more specifically, I would like to thank my case manager (Hanna Yousif), she spent extra time to make sure that all my paper work was done correctly and accurately.
This foundation is a wonderful service that provides amazing assistance to the Chaldean community. I don't believe that the foundation gets the full recognition that it deserves. I also believe that the consensus will change toward the organization to the better. This will be the result of the swift and diligent advocacy and assistance stemming from the recent surprise ICE round-up of mostly Chaldeans on Sunday June 11, 2017. The upside to this grave matter of Chaldeans being detained and others at risk of being detained and removed to Iraq and being persecuted, tortured, and even killed, is that the whole Chaldean community (from young to old, and first generation to second) came together for the same cause. This action is unprecedented and I believe it has brought all Chaldeans closer together. We should look to other minority groups and their success in advancing in the USA. We are stronger together as a group.
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JUDGE IN DETROIT RULES IN FAVOR OF IRAQI DETAINEES: THEY DESERVE BOND HEARINGS
In a move that affects hundreds of Iraqi detainees nationwide, a federal judge in Detroit issued an order Tuesday evening saying the immigrants deserve bond hearings and should not be locked up indefinitely while the legal process continues.
"Our legal tradition rejects warehousing human beings while their legal rights are being determined, without an opportunity to persuade a judge that the norm of monitored freedom should be followed," U.S. District Judge Mark Goldsmith wrote in his 46-page order, stressing the right to a bond hearing is a fundamental principle in the nation's justice system.
"This principle is familiar to all in the context of the criminal law, where even a heinous criminal — whether a citizen or not — enjoys the right to seek pretrial release," Goldsmith wrote.
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