Migrant And Refugee Crisis

From the Muslim ban to the family separations at the U.S.-Mexico border, President Donald Trump’s harsh immigration policies have made it harder and more expensive to immigrate or seek asylum in America.
Lawyers say they can't locate the parents of at least 545 migrant children after they were separated under the president's "zero-tolerance" border policy.
Even if Trump loses the election in November, it won't be easy to rebuild the programs and sift through backlogs caused by his administration.
She also doesn't care much for Christmas decorating: "Welp. Melania Trump is apparently on the front lines in the War on Christmas."
"'Oh, what about the children that were separated?’ Give me a f**king break,” the first lady said in a secret July 2018 recording.
Trump has reneged on his promise to protect persecuted Christians around the world, one evangelical leader said.
More than 12,000 people are in emergency need of shelter after fleeing the fires overnight at Moria refugee camp.
Resources meant for vulnerable students like refugees fell through the gaps during the scramble to pivot to online learning.
The coronavirus didn't create a need for nativist immigration policies — it simply provided an excuse for them.
Their resilience, persistence, and at the same time gentleness, has been a lesson to us all.