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Clara Long 1h
And so we now turn from a family separation crisis to a family incarceration crisis. These tents will still be used. World, please don’t look away.
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Vanita Gupta 2h
Let's be clear: Trump's executive order doesn't fix the crisis he started. It's not a solution for children and families – it's a jail sentence.
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Jim Wormington 12h
: “As soon as [police reinforcements] came…they started firing live bullets. They did not issue a warning or alarm.” Witness accounts of deaths show urgent need for thorough investigation and security sector reform.
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UN Refugee Agency Jun 19
“It's not about numbers. It's about people.” - UN Filippo Grandi in Libya. 🌊
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Doctors w/o Borders 9h
Seeking safety is not a crime. We repeat, on , and every day, seeking safety is not a crime.
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YouTube 9h
This , are using YouTube to share their lives with the world. Spend a day : .
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Jasmine Tyler 3h
My dad almost died in prison when I was 20. Ignored by medical staff/guards for days, he slipped into a diabetic coma & suffered from AIDS. My heart breaks for these families who lost loved ones because of substandard medical care in detention
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Canada: Shelter Torture Survivor Who Helped Snowden
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Nicole AustinHillery 5h
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
4/No one will ever forget the harm and damage inflicted on these families fleeing persecution and violence, especially the children, some only months old, who will suffer indefinitely from trauma.
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Human Rights Watch 3h
Quote of the Day, by @ NicoleAustinHil: Trump’s “solution” to family separation in today’s executive order is anything but that.
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OpenStadiums 5h
Women/families finally entered to Azadi stadium after 37 years of ban, to watch on screen.
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Michael Bochenek 3h
Harsh treatment doesn't deter people who are fleeing danger. "In my country, the only thing that awaits me is death."
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Amy Braunschweiger 3h
Here are some of our favorite tweets on , giving us even more reasons to stand up for refugee rights.
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ACLU 5h
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
If thinks placing families in jail indefinitely is what people have been asking for, he is grossly mistaken.
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Kenneth Roth 10h
On , the numbers tell the story: the world's wealthiest countries are turning their backs on some of the world's neediest people--those fleeing persecution and war.
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Human Rights Watch 3h
To mark , asked our audience: What does the word 'refugee' mean to you? Follow our Story today and stand
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Jasmine Tyler 3h
Here’s what’s happening at the tent city...and they think this is a tender age shelter...try prison camp.
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Human Rights Watch 3h
This is a humanitarian crisis manufactured by the Trump administration. This satellite image from June 19, 2018, shows the HSS tent city in Tornillo, Texas
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Human Rights Watch 3h
US: Child Detention Tent City Image Illustrates Crisis
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Philip Alston 4h
WATCH our video. My report on poverty & human rights in the US is being presented to the tomorrow Thurs June 21. It is a shame that the US Govt will not be there to respond.
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