Honduras

Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Members of the Guatemalan army walk past a group of Honduran migrants, part of a U.S.-bound migrant caravan, outside a migrant shelter in the municipality of San Marcos, Guatemala, on October 3, 2020.
"The Biden administration should place human rights at the center of its migration discussions and agreements with regional governments."
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
A sign outside of a Influx Care Facility (ICF) for unaccompanied children explains what the facility is on Sunday, February 21, 2021 in Carrizo Springs, Texas. (Photo: Sergio Flores/<em>The Washington Post</em> via Getty Images)
A lawyer who interviewed children at a facility in Texas said that "one of them...
Kenny Stancil, staff writer
U.S. volunteer Mary Keenan of Brownsville, Texas hands out markers on December 8, 2019 during a class for immigrant children at a refugee camp near the Gateway International Bridge in the border town of Matamoros, Mexico, where more than 1,000 Central American and Mexican asylum-seekers are awaiting their next court hearings. (Photo: John Moore/Getty Images)
"It remains a legal and moral imperative that the U.S. government abide by...

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Rage and horror fatigue from seeing U.S. border thugs inflict chemical weapons on poor, brown, terrified, exhausted people, many of them children, legally seeking safety. If they were normal humans, those in power could've sent buses or case managers. Instead, they now say the assault helped "a dangerous situation" as Trump lies they didn't gas kids and anyway they're all "stone cold criminals." Seriously, fuck these people and what they're doing to our country.