Trump’s immigrant children still separated from parents

This video from the USA says about itself:

Meet an Immigration Lawyer Trying to Unite Migrant Families While Battling the Trump Administration

28 June 2018

On Tuesday, Federal Judge Dana Sabraw in San Diego ruled all children under the age of 5 must be reunited with their parents within 14 days, and all children 5 and older must be reunited with their parents within 30 days. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar has claimed he could easily locate any of the children separated from their parents. But immigrant parents and their lawyers tell a different story. We speak to Rochelle Garza, an immigration lawyer based here in Brownsville, Texas, who is now representing immigrant families who have been separated by the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy.

This video from the USA says about itself:

1 April 2018

America’s dysfunctional immigration court system forces many children to appear in court alone. That’s as ridiculous in real life as it would be on a courtroom television show.

Defendants In Diapers? Immigrant [two-year-old] Toddlers Ordered To Appear In Court Alone: here.

21 thoughts on “Trump’s immigrant children still separated from parents

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    This afternoon, Pramila was arrested with more than 500 other women for civil disobedience against the Trump administration’s hateful border policies.

    Keep her on the frontlines by helping her reach her critical end-of-quarter goal.

    Tuesday marked a dark day in our nation’s history: in a 5-4 vote, the Supreme Court has declared Donald Trump’s Muslim ban constitutional.

    Let us be clear: there’s nothing constitutional about legalizing the disenfranchisement of Muslims and immigrants.

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    This ruling is not who we are as a nation. Furthermore, it sets a dangerous precedent that adds fuel to xenophobia, racism, and bigotry. Already, we’re seeing how those seeds are growing with family separation and indefinite family incarceration at the border.

    That’s why Saturday’s mass mobilization is so important — we must remain vigilant and continue fighting Trump’s anti-immigrant agenda at every turn.

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    In solidarity,

    Team Pramila
    Stand in solidarity with immigrants.
    Join us for a mass mobilization against the Trump administration’s anti-immigrant border policies:

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    Families Belong Together Rally – Seattle
    Seatac Federal Detention Center

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