Community, Drugs, and Head: En Memoria de
 10 De Octubre 1983
 Guadalajara, Jalisco
 Mexico
 20 De Julio 2007
 San Pedro, California
 乜
 the, aids-memorial
💔😢🙏🏾Repost @the_aids_memorial: Victoria Arellano (Oct 10, 1983 – Jul 20, 2007) was a Mexican immigrant to the UnitedStates who died from complications of AIDS while in the custody of the Department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). While officials from ICE have refused to comment on Arellano's death, advocates for immigrants, AIDS patients, and the LGBT community have decried the lack of provision of medical care as unjust and discriminatory. . Victoria (born Victor) was born in Mexico and came to the US as a child. She was a transgender woman who was categorized as male at birth. . After contracting HIV, she was prescribed bactrim, later switching to dapasone. Both medications were daily antibiotics. 3years prior to her being detained, doctors at a LosAngeles free clinic described her as "asymptomatic". Her condition began deteriorating in May 2007, when, after being detected entering the country illegally for the second time, she was detained at a facility in SanPedro California, she was denied her medication and medical attention. . Arellano was cared for by inmates at the facility, who took turns taking her to the bathroom and brought her cool towels. She was transported to the infirmary on July 13, 2007 and prescribed amoxicillin. She was unable to keep the drugs down and began vomiting blood. . 80 detainees protested the denial of her treatment, chanting "Hospital" and ignoring an order to get in line for the night's head count. She was transported to a hospital in San Pedro, but was returned to the facility within 24 hours. Again, she was debilitated by vomiting and diarrhea, and again transported to the hospital, this time to the intensive care unit of Little Company of Mary Hospital in SanPedro. She was handcuffed to her bunk and her door was guarded by two immigration agents. She died on July 20, 2007. . whatisrememberedlives theaidsmemorial aidsmemorial endaids neverforget stigmakills 📩 ᴛʜᴇᴀɪᴅsᴍᴇᴍᴏʀɪᴀʟ@ʏᴀʜᴏᴏ.ᴄᴏᴍ

💔😢🙏🏾Repost @the_aids_memorial: Victoria Arellano (Oct 10, 1983 – Jul 20, 2007) was a Mexican immigrant to the UnitedStates who died from complications of AIDS while in the custody of the Department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). While officials from ICE have refused to comment on Arellano's death, advocates for immigrants, AIDS patients, and the LGBT community have decried the lack of provision of medical care as unjust and discriminatory. . Victoria (born Victor) was born in Mexico and came to the US as a child. She was a transgender woman who was categorized as male at birth. . After contracting HIV, she was prescribed bactrim, later switching to dapasone. Both medications were daily antibiotics. 3years prior to her being detained, doctors at a LosAngeles free clinic described her as "asymptomatic". Her condition began deteriorating in May 2007, when, after being detected entering the country illegally for the second time, she was detained at a facility in SanPedro California, she was denied her medication and medical attention. . Arellano was cared for by inmates at the facility, who took turns taking her to the bathroom and brought her cool towels. She was transported to the infirmary on July 13, 2007 and prescribed amoxicillin. She was unable to keep the drugs down and began vomiting blood. . 80 detainees protested the denial of her treatment, chanting "Hospital" and ignoring an order to get in line for the night's head count. She was transported to a hospital in San Pedro, but was returned to the facility within 24 hours. Again, she was debilitated by vomiting and diarrhea, and again transported to the hospital, this time to the intensive care unit of Little Company of Mary Hospital in SanPedro. She was handcuffed to her bunk and her door was guarded by two immigration agents. She died on July 20, 2007. . whatisrememberedlives theaidsmemorial aidsmemorial endaids neverforget stigmakills 📩 ᴛʜᴇᴀɪᴅsᴍᴇᴍᴏʀɪᴀʟ@ʏᴀʜᴏᴏ.ᴄᴏᴍ

En Memoria de 10 De Octubre 1983 Guadalajara Jalisco Mexico 20 De Julio 2007 San Pedro California 乜 the aids-memorial 💔😢🙏🏾Repost @the_aids_memorial Victoria Arellano Oct 10 1983 – Jul 20 2007 was a Mexican immigrant to the UnitedStates who died from complications of AIDS while in the custody of the Department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement ICE While officials from ICE have refused to comment on Arellano's death advocates for immigrants AIDS patients and the LGBT community have decried the lack of provision of medical care as unjust and discriminatory Victoria born Victor was born in Mexico and came to the US as a child She was a transgender woman who was categorized as male at birth After contracting HIV she was prescribed bactrim later switching to dapasone Both medications were daily antibiotics 3years prior to her being detained doctors at a LosAngeles free clinic described her as asymptomatic Her condition began deteriorating in May 2007 when after being detected entering the country illegally for the second time she was detained at a facility in SanPedro California she was denied her medication and medical attention Arellano was cared for by inmates at the facility who took turns taking her to the bathroom and brought her cool towels She was transported to the infirmary on July 13 2007 and prescribed amoxicillin She was unable to keep the drugs down and began vomiting blood 80 detainees protested the denial of her treatment chanting Hospital and ignoring an order to get in line for the night's head count She was transported to a hospital in San Pedro but was returned to the facility within 24 hours Again she was debilitated by vomiting and diarrhea and again transported to the hospital this time to the intensive care unit of Little Company of Mary Hospital in SanPedro She was handcuffed to her bunk and her door was guarded by two immigration agents She died on July 20 2007 whatisrememberedlives theaidsmemorial aidsmemorial endaids neverforget stigmakills 📩 ᴛʜᴇᴀɪᴅsᴍᴇᴍᴏʀɪᴀʟ@ʏᴀʜᴏᴏᴄᴏᴍ Meme

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