This 26 July 2018 video from the USA says about itself:
The deadline for the US government to reunite more than 2,500 migrant kids with their families has come to an end this Thursday. Our correspondent in New York City, Karina Cartagena, has more details.
Appears Trump Administration Will Not Meet Family Reunification Deadline: here.
Trump administration yet to reunite as many as 680 migrant kids despite court-imposed deadline: here.
USA: A 6-Year-Old Girl Was Sexually Abused in a ‘Tender Care’ Immigrant Detention Center: here.
Earlier this week, PBS stations around the country broadcast the new Frontline documentary, “Separated: Children at the Border.” Produced by Marcela Gaviria and Martine Smith, the film attempts to trace what happened to migrant children who were separated from their parents at the border, while exploring more generally the roots and impact of the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy towards undocumented immigrants. Powerful in its depiction of the human costs of “zero tolerance,” the documentary is a timely reminder of what is at stake in the ongoing war on immigrants: here.
“Why Abolish ICE Doesn’t Go Far Enough”: Oscar Chacón on the Roots of Trump’s Immigration Crackdown: here.
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