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Texte de la pétition: These Doctors Were Arrested for Trying to Save the Lives of Children the U.S. is Still Keeping in Cages! Replay Envoyé spécial - La Poste sous tension - France 2. VLOG MEXIQUE #3 : Le mur de Trump (Tijuana) Sign the petition: tell Congress to shut down Donald Trump’s child prison camps. CNN: Jailed Immigrant Mother Says Child Was Taken During Breastfeeding. An undocumented Honduran woman says her children was taken from her in the middle of breastfeeding, an attorney who’d spoken to the woman told CNN.
The woman, whom CNN did not name, told attorney Natalia Cornelio of the Texas Civil Rights Project that she was subsequently handcuffed after resisting. The Honduran woman had been detained and placed into criminal proceedings as part of the Trump administration’s new policy of criminally prosecuting anyone caught illegally crossing the border. Because children cannot be held in criminal detention, the new policy necessitates the separation of children from their parents. A public defender for the Southern District of Texas in McAllen told CNN that, according to an unofficial count in his office, roughly 500 children have been separated from their parents since Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the new policy last month.
Tell border state U.S. attorneys: Defend the Constitution. Stop enforcing zero-tolerance. The fight to end Donald Trump's war on immigrants is a fight to protect our democracy.
When Donald Trump's zero-tolerance immigration policy went into effect, many federal courts in border states began enforcing it by conducting mass immigration trials. In Texas, federal courts are prosecuting up to 70 immigrants at once, making it impossible for defense attorneys to speak to each immigrant, let alone gather evidence and properly represent them in court.1 This violates immigrants' basic constitutional rights to due process and effective legal representation. U.S. attorneys can and should use their discretion to safeguard constitutional rights instead of following racist directives that undermine them. Block Trump's racist and xenophobic Muslim Ban. Instead of providing a needed check on Donald Trump’s most dangerous and xenophobic impulses, five Supreme Court justices just handed him a blank check to discriminate against Muslims.1 The Supreme Court's decision to uphold Trump's Muslim ban threatens the core principles of our democracy and could help supercharge Trump's broad attacks on Muslim communities.
Congress must do everything it can to stop this xenophobic and racist policy now. Democrats have introduced legislation to block the ban. Add your support for these bills now and demand that Congress pass them immediately. The government has been separating children from parents at the border. Now the border is flooding. Torrential rains flooded south Texas on Wednesday morning, the latest danger in an escalating crisis for the hundreds of child migrants detained near the U.S.
-Mexico border. According to radar estimates, more than 10 inches of rain fell overnight as severe thunderstorms swept through the area. That was enough to cause widespread flooding, with water entering homes and flooding wide streets in Weslaco, a town between McAllen and Brownsville. Aux États-Unis, des enfants enfermés dans des cages. Force Kathy Kraninger to come clean about her role in Trump's child internment policy. What did Trump nominee Kathy Kraninger know about locking children in cages, and when?
The sounds and images emerging out of Trump's child internment camps have shocked Americans and the world. Séparation des familles de migrants aux Etats-Unis : la contestation prend de l’ampleur. Sept gouverneurs ont démobilisé leurs troupes de la garde nationale stationnées à la frontière.
Au Capitole, Trump a été interpellé avec virulence par des élus. Entre le 5 mai et le 9 juin, 2 342 jeunes migrants ont été séparés de leur famille, fuyant pour la plupart la violence qui ronge l’Amérique centrale. La politique du président états-unien prévoit que tous les clandestins franchissant illégalement la frontière soient poursuivis au pénal. Or les enfants ne peuvent pas être incarcérés, et sont donc séparés de leurs parents. Les précédents gouvernements avaient privilégié des poursuites au civil, ce qui évitait ces situations. Des gouverneurs rappellent leurs troupes déployées à la frontière Les gouverneurs de plusieurs Etats des Etats-Unis – Maryland, Delaware, Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island, Connecticut et Virginie – ont démobilisé les troupes de leur garde nationale, pour que celles-ci ne participent pas aux opérations à la frontière avec le Mexique.
. « Honte, honte, honte ! RSN: Immigrants & Muslims Are Trump's Jews ... Until He Comes for the Actual Jews. Trump contre les migrants: la politique de l’effroi maximal - Page 2. Family separation at the border: what you need to know about Trump’s alarming immigration policy. As a matter of policy, the US government is separating families who seek asylum in the US by crossing the border illegally. Dozens of parents are being split from their children each day — the children labeled “unaccompanied minors” and sent to government custody or foster care, the parents labeled criminals and sent to jail.
Between October 1, 2017 and May 31, 2018, at least 2,700 children have been split from their parents. 1,995 of them were separated over the last six weeks of that window — April 18 to May 31 — indicating that at present, an average of 45 children are being taken from their parents each day. To many critics of the Trump administration, family separation is an unpardonable atrocity. Articles depict children crying themselves to sleep because they don’t know where their parents are; one Honduran man killed himself in a detention cell after his child was taken from him. But the horror can make it hard to wrap your head around the policy. Rep. That might be an undercount.