Why Are Immigrant Mothers Wearing Ankle Monitors?
MISSION, TX - JULY 24: Undocumented immigrants on July 24, 2014 in Mission, Texas. Tens of thousands of immigrants, many of them minors, have crossed illegally into the United States this year, causing a humanitarian crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border. Texas Governor Rick Perry announced that he will send 1,000 National Guard troops to help stem the flow. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

Why Are Immigrant Mothers Wearing Ankle Monitors?

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“Ending Artesia” by Stephen Manning

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“Estamos detenidas en Karnes tenemos tres hijos…”

Until today, I was mostly getting phone calls from women in Karnes and from family members around the country; texts from family members in Honduras. Today at 12:30, I received this e-mail: Estamos detenidas en Karnes tenemos tres hijos cada una y tenemos tres meses de estar detenidas, teniamos abogados pero nos dejaron el caso […]

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The credible fear of a mother and her little boy

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A letter from Melissa

Melissa and her sisters are imprisoned with their mother at the Karnes "family" prison near San Antonio, Texas. October 31, 2014 We need the help of all of you because…

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A letter from Carmen

The letter below is from a young girl who is imprisoned with her mother and sisters at the Karnes family prison facility near San Antonio, Texas.   October 31, 2014…

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A letter from Jackeline

The letter below is from a young girl  inside the prison with their mother and young sisters.   October 31, 2014 We need your help to get out of here soon from…

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