I Know What Incarceration Does to Families. It Happened to Mine.
The New York Times
July 13, 2018



Just as the U.S. government detained 120,000 people of Japanese descent on the West Coast in internment camps during World War II, it is once again engaged in mass incarceration at the border.

“History is repeating itself. This time without even the pretext of war, and with added heartbreaking cruelty. Under Mr. Trump’s “zero tolerance” border enforcement policy, nearly 3,000 children were separated from their parents, and while the administration later halted these separations, it neglected to keep proper records and is now struggling to find and reunite families.”

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