Child smugglers may be victims, too

Op-ed Washington Post By Wendy Young

The Oct. 3 front-page article “An underage migrant smuggler at a crossroads” should have noted that many children such as Antonio are victims of human…...

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Black Immigration Organizations Demand Haitian Deportations Stop

Documented By Deanna Garcia

Four Black immigration organizations — the Haitian Bridge Alliance, UndocuBlack Network, African Communities Together and Black Alliance for Just Immigration — filed a complaint with the U.S.…...

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DHS seeks operator for Guantánamo Bay migrant detention facility amid Del Rio surge

Type Axios By Shawna Chen

The Biden administration is looking for a private contractor to oversee a migrant detention facility at the U.S. naval base at Guantánamo Bay, according to a…...

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California must protect unaccompanied immigrant children

Op-ed Capitol Weekly By Cindy Liou, Maria Ramiu, and Jackie Gonzalez

The California Legislature has taken an important step to protect unaccompanied immigrant children by passing AB 1140, the Unaccompanied Immigrant Children Protections Act....

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Opinion Column: QAnon conspiracy theory: The border variant

Op-ed LA Times By Jean Guerrero

It was after dark at the border, and a U.S. Border Patrol agent used his body to shield a migrant father and child in his…...

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Teen Trafficking Investigation Recalls Unheeded Calls for Change

Bloomberg Law By Ben Penn and Ellen M. Gilmer

News that the federal government may have released teenage migrants to labor traffickers has triggered memories of similar incidents in the past, and drawn attention…...

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U.S. caring for more than 100 unaccompanied Afghan children

CBS By Camilo Amilo Montoya-Galvez

The federal government is currently caring for more than 100 Afghan children who arrived in the U.S. without their parents, the Department of Health and Human…...

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A mother and her four daughters were separated at the border in 2018. This is what they lost

CNN Catherine E. Shoichet, Madeleine Stix and Ana Maria Luengo-Romero,

Casandra shouts to her sister as she races to her bedroom. "She answered!" It's a relief. Sometimes, the calls to Honduras drop or don't go…...

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The Canary in the Coal Mine

Op-ed Frank News By Jennifer Podkul

In my role, I work on adjusting policies and advocating for policies to better protect children on the move. That includes children at every stage…...

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