Monthly Archives: June 2014

New York Times Editorial Board: Innocents at the Border

Since October, more than 47,000 unaccompanied immigrant children have been caught at the border. Children fleeing violence in their home countries including, Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador, now need humanitarian care, shelter, and legal assistance.  Many complaints come from those witnessing the chaos close-up. Civil-liberties groups have reported that children have told of having been
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Report Released on Deferred Action (DACA) Program

In recognition of the two-year anniversary of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program on June 15th, Appleseed and eight of their Centers has released a complete analysis of the program, A DREAM Deferred: From DACA to Citizenship. The report includes advice to improve the DACA program as well as plans to employ a
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