Families and children face harsh and dangerous conditions at U.S.-Mexico border

Below, a KIND staff member reflects on a recent trip to the US-Mexico border at Juarez to observe conditions of migrant families seeking asylum in…...

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We are all responsible when a child dies at the border

As a lawyer who works to protect children who come to the United States without their parents, I got a terrible, sick feeling when I…...

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Largest Yet: KIND 2019 Coming Together for Children Alone Gala Benefit Dinner

KIND’s 2019 Benefit Gala “Coming Together for Children Alone” was KIND’s largest and most varied yet, with a wide-ranging (and funny) conversation between Brad Smith…...

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On International Women’s Day, KIND Celebrates the Strength and Resilience of Immigrant Girls

Josie, an adolescent girl from El Salvador, is thriving in the United States. She is living with a foster family and attends high school, where…...

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Empowering Girls in the Guatemalan Highlands through Economic Rights and Entrepreneurship Training

On a warm day in late June, a group of 13 adolescent girls gathered in the offices of Colectivo Vida Digna, a nonprofit organization in…...

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KIND in Action: On the Ground in Tijuana

A team of three KIND staff members went to Tijuana in December to look at conditions unaccompanied children were facing and their access to asylum…...

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Voices from the Field: Gabriel Moreno

I started as a volunteer attorney in late summer 2013 with my first Special Immigrant Juvenile case....

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Thank You to Our KIND Supporters

From the pervasive gang and sexual and gender-based violence throughout Central America that forced so many children to flee their home countries, to the trauma…...

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You Belong Here

The greatly disturbing rhetoric about immigrants that we hear these days does not take into consideration that children, mothers, and parents are just human beings…...

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