Children with Incarcerated Parents, Criminal Justice, Uncategorized

Family Separation Because of Incarceration and Detention at the Border Is Taking a Toll on Children

“Whether separated due to immigration or incarceration, these children are in limbo.”

I have a new article on Teen Vogue this week that compares the long-term effects the trauma children at the border are facing to the trauma children with incarcerated parents face. Can the empathy shown towards children at the border be extended to children with incarcerated parents?

Click here to read the article!

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1 thought on “Family Separation Because of Incarceration and Detention at the Border Is Taking a Toll on Children”

  1. nice article—-the whole concept of the separation is just horrific.

    I would like to see if we could get together the end of the month or…..try into the next month. This year has gone faster than last!

    One update: Chris is done w residency in Utica and is now employed at WNY Dental–here in Buffalo!. He just completed his first week and loves the place/people. He is truly excited about working and using his skills.

    Hope your new home & family are all going well.

    I

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