Trauma Of Migrant Family Separation Lasts Long After Reunification | NBC News NOW

NBC News’ Isa Gutierrez spoke with a mother who is struggling to recover from the trauma brought on by the Trump administration’s family separation policy as the Biden administration tries to reunite the families that have yet to be brought back together.
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27 thoughts on “Trauma Of Migrant Family Separation Lasts Long After Reunification | NBC News NOW

  1. Still SO UNFATHOMABLE TO ME!! How can a living human take so many chikdren and place them in the hands of unloving cruel soldiers trained to hate and act in command??? OMGGGG, UNFATHOMABLE. Monsters.

  2. The crime of Apartheid is defined by the 2002 Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court as inhumane acts of a character similar to other crimes against humanity "committed in the context of an institutionalized regime of systematic oppression and domination by one racial group over any other racial group or groups and committed with the intention of maintaining that regime".
    – source Wikipedia

  3. Frederic trump entered this country as a refugee, he was deported from Germany, wanted in Barvaria the trumps home town – very nice! high give! then his grand son hates immigrants LOL The trumps suffer from racism and short term memory

  4. Helping others makes people feel good and earn a place in heaven, even for those who don't believe in heaven, but think about this for a moment: If those people run away from socialist regimes to look for work and life in liberalists and capitalists countries, don't you think that there is something wrong with those regimes? regimes also loved and protected by the western eco-socialists?

  5. The harsh reality is that at some point these adults need to take responsibility for dragging their children through a well known dangerous trek and border. For Americans who want to sound righteous – how many illegal immigrants have you put up in your home, and would you? I worked in clinics in Tijuana and it greatly shifted my perspective. Did you know that south of the border you can rent a drugged infant by the day so that you're more likely to make money begging as people take mercy because of the infant? The Mexican border is not simple or kind on either side and idealistic thinking and rhetoric doesn't help anybody.

  6. If they would have stayed in their own country they wouldn't have to be separated. You people who believe these people complaining are falling into their lies just so they can make a excuse to come into the United States.

  7. I agree. These families should receive permanent legal status. This will allow these families to have the needed help for ptsd.
    Instead of funds for needed things, please have the government give a large crate of goods (pre shopped, at a discount), to each family.
    The crates need to contain kitchen, and eating supplies, two long bench like sofas, with corresponding cushions for each one. Beds and dressers for each family member,
    A tool kit, and a clothing voucher of $80 per family member for a nationwide thrift store.
    Also a voucher for groceries at a certain amount per family member.
    By doing this, and having a Spanish speaking representative available to help these families make their way to county clinics and discount stores, it will likely be not only very much appreciated, but count as restitution.
    I believe this program can also help put some of the English/Spanish immigrants to work.
    Jehovah's Witnesses have the large crate program going for victims of natural disasters. Each family or individual gets treated equally, and costs are deflected by using bulk purchase agreements.

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