This is not somewhere else.
This is America.

Over 3000 children were separated from their parents at the border. They live in cages. Sleep on the floor. They cry out and are not comforted.

This is not somewhere else. This is America.

Over 3000 children were separated from their parents at the border. They live in cages. Sleep on the floor. They cry out and are not comforted.

This is not somewhere else. This is America.

Over 3000 children were separated from their parents at the border. They live in cages. Sleep on the floor. They cry out and are not comforted.

They’ve spent an average of 154 days away from their parents. They’ve been shuttled around between 17 different states. They sleep under $0.68 blankets in freezing temperatures.

This is not history. This is happening now. Hundreds more have been separated. At least 6 children have died.

#NoKidsInCages is about the children. We cannot be a nation that separates families.

For those who’ve forgotten, it’s time to remember and raise our voices. For those who didn’t know, it’s time to understand the plight of these innocent children.

Share their stories. Keep the pressure on your elected officials. Or elect new ones that will fight the good fight and take legislative action to reunite the children suffering at our border.

We’re supporting RAICES as they provide free & low-cost legal & social services to immigrants & refugees. You can amplify their Migrant Justice Platform and donate to them below. #NoKidsInCages will not stop until every cage is open and every child is free.

They’ve spent an average of 154 days away from their parents. They’ve been shuttled around between 17 different states. They sleep under $0.68 blankets in freezing temperatures.

This is not history. This is happening now. Hundreds more have been separated. At least 6 children have died.

#NoKidsInCages is about the children. We cannot be a nation that separates families.

For those who’ve forgotten, it’s time to remember and raise our voices. For those who didn’t know, it’s time to understand the plight of these innocent children.

Share their stories. Keep the pressure on your elected officials. Or elect new ones that will fight the good fight and take legislative action to reunite the children suffering at our border.

We’re supporting RAICES as they provide free & low-cost legal & social services to immigrants & refugees. You can amplify their Migrant Justice Platform and donate to them below. 

#NoKidsInCages will not stop until every cage is open
and every child is free.

REFUGEE AND IMMIGRANT CENTER FOR EDUCATION AND LEGAL SERVICES
© 2018 RAICES WWW.RAICESTEXAS.ORG

IN ENGLISH                PRIVACY POLICY                EN ESPAÑOL


At the height of the detention crisis, more than 55,000 immigrants were jailed in prisons and camps across this country — kids in cages, families, trans women, pregnant mothers, and anyone else who has been caught by the immigration dragnet at our border. We have sent more than 60,000 asylum-seekers back to Mexico, where they’re forced into overcrowded tent encampments and often dangerous border towns with no resources and no access to lawyers while they wait for their day in court. Combined, both President Obama and President Trump have deported some 2 million people from the United States, separating families and ruining lives. Six children have died in border patrol custody. Hundreds more have died in the deserts along the southern border and somehow, we’re still shouting for
#NoKidsInCages.

This is a humanitarian crisis. We went to Iowa during the most-anticipated Democratic caucus in modern history, going directly to voters to make sure they #DontLookAway from the human rights abuses committed on their watch. We need every political leader to support the
Migrant Justice Platform.
That means to support a pledge to halt all deportations, decriminalize immigration, end detention, and demilitarize our border.

We know how to create a sane, rational immigration system that gives justice to those who have suffered from our enforcement. That’s what our Migrant Justice Platform would do. We must ensure these policies are enacted immediately.

-RAICES