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KIND Staff Meet for First Time in D.C.

by KIND   on July 30, 2009   in

KIND staff from around the country came together for the first time in July for a KIND staff retreat, hosted by the law firm of Holland & Knight. The four-day event in Washington, D.C., emphasized

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Letter from Wendy Young

by Wendy Young   on June 26, 2009   in

The Border Patrol did the right thing in correcting its mistake and ensuring that the best interests of these children be considered foremost. Regardless of where these young people are from or that they came

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New KIND “Safe Exit Program”

by KIND   on May 11, 2009   in

Not all unaccompanied children qualify for relief that will enable them to remain in the United States. Or, sometimes a child may wish to return to her or his country without pursuing any form of

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New Partners, New Opportunities

by KIND   on May 11, 2009   in

KIND continually looks for new partners to help increase its pool of pro bono attorneys and to reach new communities where children may need KIND’s help. KIND has several new partnerships that will mean more

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New KIND Safe Exit Program

by Megan McKenna   on May 11, 2009   in

Not all unaccompanied children qualify for relief that will enable them to remain in the United States. Or, sometimes a child may wish to return to her or his country without pursuing any form of

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Helping Haitian Children

by KIND   on May 10, 2009   in

Even prior to the January 12 earthquake that devastated Haiti, KIND had identified Haitian children as a group in need of a helping hand. The earthquake brought this need to a new level, and KIND

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How-to Produce A Top Level View

by KIND   on October 3, 2005   in

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