A few words about immigrants — not the ones on the U.S. border

Life Unscripted

I found this article in my CNN feed from the New Yorker on June 21.  I reprint it here because it speaks to a real and growing problem:  immigrants.  The recent horrible situation with children at the U.S. border is bad, but I’m afraid it’s but the tip of the iceberg and even more troubling is the fact that not many people — around the world — seem to care.  Please take time to read it and consider for yourself…

Dr. Ruth, Dr. kissinger, and Trump’s Cruelty to Families

By George Packer    June 12, 2018

In the fall of 2015, Dr. Ruth told the story of the Evian Conference, in 1938, where countries from around the world debated the plight of Germany’s Jews.Photograph by Gian Marco Castelberg / Redux

Jose, a five-year-old Honduran boy, was taken away from his father by immigration officials last month, after the two of them…

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