Tag Archives: Central America

04.18.18

I Stand With Immigrants

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I stand with immigrants. I stand with refugees. I stand with migrants the world over. I stand with immigrants because outside the Cradle of Humanity, we are all immigrants. Even there, how many people trace their roots to the dawn of humankind, and how many come from someplace else? I stand with Immigrants in my […]

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07.29.14

Missing in the debates on the unaccompanied child migrants: The right to health

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“There are no nations! There is only humanity.” — Isaac Asimov (in I, Asimov: A Memoir) In a tragedy born of gang violence in Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador, compounded by poverty, tens of thousands of children, many unaccompanied by an adult, are risking the treacherous journey across Mexico and to the United States. What […]

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