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Two months ago, Lucy Cabrera’s adolescent son and daughter called her from Honduras in tears. They said gangs had threatened to kidnap them, and they begged her to help them flee to the U.S. She
Listen to KIND Communications & Advocacy Director, Megan McKenna, on The Bill Press Show discussing the child migration emergency that is on the verge of becoming a humanitarian crisis for thousands of unaccompanied children.
The number of unaccompanied children crossing into the United States has nearly doubled in the last year, signaling an alarming trend that is becoming a troubling humanitarian crisis. Since October, there has been a record
In the past eight months, more than 47,000 child migrants have been trying to cross the southwest border into the United States. Wendy Young and Cindy Carcamo discuss. Watch here. http://www.msnbc.com/now-with-alex-wagner/watch/southwest-border-sees-surge-of-young-migrants-277299267928
Could rumors be partly responsible for a massive influx of children from Mexico and Central America to the U.S. border that President Obama has called an “urgent humanitarian situation?” Possibly. There is one thing that
A surge of unaccompanied minors crossing into the U.S. illegally is spiraling into a full-blown humanitarian crisis trapping thousands of children in political stagnation over immigration reform. The administration is running a triage operation to
David Greene talks to Pulitzer Prize winning author Sonia Nazario about the growing crisis of unaccompanied minors from Central America and Mexico attempting to migrate to the U.S. Listen to the audio, HERE.
SAN PEDRO SULA, Honduras — After a decade apart, 13-year-old Robin Tulio was finally heading to the border to be with his mother. A maid, living illegally in Baltimore, she had decided the time was
Over the past few years, thousands of children under the age of 18 have fled Central America, hitched rides on top of trains through Mexico, and crossed into the United States on their own. On