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Madison Hardee Jul 19
One-third of the U.S. population—100 million people—wouldn’t pass this radical test. But the Trump Administration wants to use it to prevent immigrants from getting green cards.
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Jan Schakowsky Jul 20
We’re about to enter the Port Isabel Detention Center in Los Fresnos where thousands of migrants are being held. Phone access will be limited, but I’ll share what we see once we come out.
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Jan Schakowsky Jul 20
It has been a day full of emotion and activity. We have seen first-hand the ravaging effects of President Trump’s cruel and inhumane immigration policies. Watch our wrap-up press conference here:
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Rep. Pete Aguilar Jul 18
This heartbreaking story is another example of the lasting damage ’s cruel policies have inflicted on children. Asylum seekers should not be met with more trauma when they arrive in the United States.
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Rep. Norma Torres Jul 12
This is the very real, heart-wrenching, and irreversible trauma the Trump administration continues to cruelly inflict on these families every single day.
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Amer Acad Pediatrics Jul 13
Dr. Louis Appel recounts a recent trip to the U.S.-Mexico border, where asylum-seeking parents were desperate to escape their home countries in hopes of protecting their children.
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Jan Schakowsky Jul 12
"This is child abuse, this is kidnapping, and it is being done in our name. So I say on behalf of the vast majority of Americans: NOT IN OUR NAME!"
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Amer Acad Pediatrics Jul 19
A4 Family detention is not the solution to address the forced separation of families at the U.S. southern border. We urge our government to stop exposing children to conditions that may retraumatize.
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National Immigration Law Center Jul 18
When President Trump and his administration harm immigrants, they harm all of America's communities.
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Madelyn de Winter Jul 14
We still don’t know where the children are...
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Adam VanHo 🇺🇸 Jul 19
Discussing healthcare today with a number of other great Democratic candidates! Ohio’s families need members of Congress and the General Assembly who will fight for healthcare for all of our families!
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Nanette D. Barragán Jul 18
Had a Homeland briefing on family reunification today. CBP couldn't tell me the age of the youngest kids they processed or justify how 3 year olds can answer questions in immigration court. We need open public hearings on these disastrous policies and abuses.
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ZERO TO THREE Jul 19
A6 Losing a loving & protective parent is the biggest single tragedy that can happen to a child. - Alicia Leiberman
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Joanne J. Chew (林九恩) 18h
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iAmerica Action Jul 20
Under Trump's new executive order, parents and children will be placed into family detention centers for the entire time their legal cases move through the courts. Call Congress, tell them : 1-844-325-5408
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NILC Justice Fund Jul 19
An important look into another Trump administration effort to target and harm immigrants. Must read from :
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ChildrensPartnership Jul 19
The Trump administration is rewriting an immigration rule to make it easier to deny green cards to immigrants if they OR THEIR CHILDREN turn to Medicaid or CHIP to prevent or treat those conditions. via
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ZERO TO THREE Jul 19
TY again for hosting this important conversation!
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Amer Acad Pediatrics Jul 19
A10 As pediatricians, we know children fare best in community settings, under the direct care of parents who love them. Learn more with our Immigrant Child Health Toolkit.
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Amer Acad Pediatrics Jul 19
A9 Children and families should have access to legal counsel throughout the immigration pathway and community-based case management can increase the likelihood of compliance with government requirements.
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