Private Prisons Are Cashing In on Refugees’ Desperation
The New York Times
February 25, 2016

“Immigration and Customs Enforcement calls the detention site in Dilley, Tex., a ‘family residential center.’ But to the 2,000 migrant children and mothers who live there, it’s something else: ‘People who say this is not a prison are lying,’ Yancy Maricela Mejia Guerra, a detainee from Central America, told Fusion last year. ‘It’s a prison for us and a prison for our children, but none of us are criminals.’”

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