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"emotional scene inside Dulles airport when an 11 y/o, held by ICE for 6+ months, reunited with his mother & grandmother. he claimed asylum at the border and was detained, yet the mom was already living legally in VA. She sued the Trump administration & won https://t.co/8SqVagHF4U"
The question for us is not just “How did this happen?” It is also “Have we learned?”— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) September 23, 2018
America failed my family and community when it locked us inside camps for years. Have we learned? I ask because detention camps hold over ten thousand kids. Today.
America: Have We Learned?
This story. "Hundreds of migrant children have been roused in the middle of the night in recent weeks & loaded onto buses with backpacks & snacks for a cross-country journey to their new home: a barren tent city on a sprawling patch of desert in South TX." https://t.co/YdgiAAF3za pic.twitter.com/AKc0bMMqHl— Taniel (@Taniel) September 30, 2018
So instead of fixing the problem - they just continue to make it worse.
I bet it’s hard to concentrate in those camps... oh, oops did I just use those two words together?
Kid again! (Kidmagnet) said:
oops did I just use those two words together?
You did, indeed.
I seriously doubt if there is a unified database that includes each child, his stats, parents, and location, personal health data.
The system seems to be "lets just move them" and worry about the data latere.
Eleven weeks ago, the administration was supposed to finish reunifying families it separated at the border. Eleven weeks on, families are still waiting and wondering when they'll see their loved ones again. Every additional minute they wait is an injustice.— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) October 11, 2018