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Protesters Gather To Mark Reunification Deadline

(26 Jul 2018) Protesters gathered in Washington Thursday to call on the Trump administration to meet a court-imposed deadline to reunite thousands of children and parents forcibly separated at the U.S.-Mexico border. (July 26)

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Immigrant Mother, Son Reunited in Boston

A mother who was separated from her nine-year-old son after they arrived at the U.S.-Mexico border says she was treated “like an animal” by immigration authorities. (July 16)

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Immigrant Families Reunited In New York

A Guatemalan mother who was separated from her three children at the U.S.-Mexico border says she’s very happy and thankful following their reunion at a New York City social services center. (July 13)

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Young Children Reunited With Dads in Michigan

Two young boys and a girl who were separated from their families at the U.S.-Mexico border are reunited with their Honduran fathers in Michigan. (July 10)

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Statue of Liberty Climber Pleads Not Guilty

A woman who climbed the base of the Statue of Liberty on the Fourth of July says she was protesting the separation of children from parents accused of crossing the U.S.-Mexico border illegally. (July 5)

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Guatemalan Mom ‘Thankful’ After Reunion With Kids

A Guatemalan mother who was separated from her three children at the U.S.-Mexico border says she’s very happy and thankful following their reunion at a New York City social services center. (July 3)

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Separated Brazilian Mother and Son Back Together

A Brazilian mother and 9-year-old son separated at the U.S.-Mexico border were together again Thursday. A federal judge in Chicago ordered the U.S. government to release the boy. His mother has requested asylum. (June 29)

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Listen To A Distraught Guatemalan Child Call His Mother From A U.S. Immigration Shelter (HBO)

Since May, more than 2,000 immigrant children have been separated from their parents and placed in shelters across the country as part of the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy on immigration.

Some of those children have not seen or spoken to their parents, even though officials at the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) have said that boys and girls held in their facilities are supposed to have the chance to speak with their family members twice a week, and a federal judge in California ordered Tuesday that all children in ORR custody be able to speak to their parents within 10 days.

In many cases, these phone calls aren’t happening on a consistent basis, advocates and attorneys say. But VICE News obtained an exclusive recording of a phone call that happened Tuesday between a distraught 7-year-old immigrant child and his mother in Guatemala. His mother granted VICE permission to use the audio

The child crossed the U.S.-Mexico border with his father in late May. Since then, he has been in an ORR shelter in Arizona while his father has been detained in a detention facility in Texas. The boy has been separated from his father for almost a month but has been granted only two calls with his mother. Not a single call has been arranged to his father.

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Teachers Try to Deliver Toys to Migrant Children

Dozens of teachers traveled to the U.S.-Mexico border hoping to deliver supplies and toys to migrant children in custody. Homeland Security turned them down because they would have to screened and likely discarded. (June 26)