Immigrant’s Daily Life In The Krome Detention Center, Florida USA

In the End Still Behind Wire

 

Five time Pulitzer Prize nominee, Pulitzer Prize group winner and Robert F Kennedy Award winnerPhotojournalist Jon Kral is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this social documentary photography.   To see Jon’s portfolio of work click on any image.

 

Lifting

Lifting

 

Blind

Blind

 

Group Shower

Group Shower

 

Krome Detention Center
The Krome Detention Center is one of the most well known immigration detention centers in the United States. Located in Miami, Florida, the facility holds an average of 6000 immigration detainees. Krome detainees are ether in removal proceedings or are awaiting deportation. Since 2009, the majority of Krome detainees are Haitians, followed by large numbers of Mexicans, Guatemalans, Chinese and El Salvadorans. Over 30 other nationalities are represented at the facility.
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Fun Call

Fun Call

 

My Turn

My Turn

 

Rows of Bunk Beds

Rows of Bunk Beds

 

Layup

Layup

 

Hair Cut

Hair Cut

 

Working Out

Working Out

 

Washroom

Washroom

 

New Detainees

New Detainees

 

Dinner

Dinner

 

Meal Time

Meal Time

 

Haitian Women

Haitian Women

 

In Line

In Line

 

Phones

Phones

 

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