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Victoria López is a Senior Staff Attorney at ACLU National Prison Project
Friday, November 02, 2018
Warehousing Immigrant Children in the Texas Desert
Since June, the federal government has been operating a massive tent city in the West Texas desert to detain immigrant children who have traveled to the United States seeking protection from persecution and abuse in their home countries. Last week, I visited the Tornillo detention camp with...