Tell Congress: No Family Separations or Mass Family Detentions at the Border
In the space of just six weeks, over 2,000 children have been separated from their parents as a result of a cruel new policy implemented by the Trump Administration in an attempt to deter immigrants.
Update June 20, 2018: The executive order signed by President Trump on June 20 does not end the cruel, zero tolerance immigration policy adopted by the administration, and it attempts to substitute family detention for family separation. It also does nothing to reunite the 2,000+ children that have already been forcibly separated from their parents.
Join us in demanding immediate Congressional action to ensure that the Trump Administration's cruel and inhumane actions separating parents and children have completely ended, that mass family detention is not instituted at the border, and that families already separated are reunified as quickly as possible.