THE LATEST: Hundreds Of Families Still Remain Separated, Children Face Long-Term Trauma
August 27, 2018
Hundreds of children still remain separated from their parents as a result of Trump’s cruel family separation policy. Children face long-term traumatic impacts from being separated from their families. Some children have been separated from their families for so long that they no longer even recognize their parents. Here’s the latest:
Hundreds of children still remain separated from their families.
CNN: “There are still roughly 700 children who were separated from their parents at the border and have not been reunified with those parents by the Trump administration, as new court filings reveal the slow pace of reuniting the trickiest family separation cases. That figure includes more than 40 children who are 4 years old and younger.”
The Trump administration continues to fight a judge’s order to end Trump’s family separation policy.
Los Angeles Times: “Trump administration appeals federal judge's preliminary injunction on family separation”
Children face real long-term trauma from Trump’s family separation policy. Watch this one family’s reunion after months of separation.
ACLU: “Reminder: The consequences of family separation will far out-last this administration. Watch one family's reunion after months of separation. #FamiliesBelongTogether”