Julia Travers

Julia Travers wrote this article for YES! Magazine. Julia writes about science, culture, and creative responses to adversity. Follow her on Twitter @traversjul.

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In Lawton, Oklahoma, Satsuki Ina, right, and other Japanese Americans who were held in concentration camps as children hold photos of themselves to protest the Fort Sill military base, currently housing 1,400 migrant children. (Photo: J Pat Carter/Getty Images) Views
Wednesday, June 26, 2019
20 Ways You Can Help Immigrants Now
Immigrant children are dying in federal custody. Children in detention are being denied basic supplies like soap and blankets—and the Trump administration says that’s fine . Trump threatened then delayed mass immigration raids across the country, using the plan as a bargaining chip with Congress ,...
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