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Who Am I? An Unexpected Refugee

Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center

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For seven years, I have lived in the Dzaleka Refugee Camp in Malawi, a country in the southeastern part of Africa. 542 more words


U.S. Placed Immigrant Children With Traffickers, Report Says

New York Times


WASHINGTON — The Department of Health and Human Services placed more than a dozen immigrant children in the custody of human traffickers after it failed to conduct background checks of caregivers, according to a Senate report released on Thursday. 512 more words


Arrests in Border Patrol's Tucson Sector at 20-year low

Arrests of people crossing the border into most of Arizona are at the lowest they’ve been in more than 20 years, but apprehensions along the state’s western edge near Yuma are on the rise. 217 more words


Tucson sees new spike in Central American families

The number of Central American families crossing the U.S.-Mexico border is spiking again — just as the federal government is going after the first wave. 411 more words