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The Trump administration plans to hold migrant children and families in detention indefinitely
“The current administration uses cruel language, policies and abuse with the objective of deterring immigrants and asylum seekers”
Donald Trump has no limits
Trump never mentions the contributions made by migrants to the U.S. economy
Despite migration laws, Mexico keeps migrant children in crowded detention centers
In the last 6 months, Mexico has detained 32,507 migrant minors
Schools On Wheels: Non-profit opens school for migrant children in Mexico
The teachers have experience working with displaced children in Latin America
A migrant girls waves a U.S. flag while on a shelter in Tijuana, Mexico - Photo: Rodrigo Abed/AP
On Tuesday, Donald Trump said he would not revive the policy of separating children from parents who had illegally crossed the U.S.-Mexico border
Mexico is deporting more migrant children than ever
The Mexican government has deported children from Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Eritrea, Côte d'Ivoire, Vietnam, Uzbekistan, Nepal, Romania, Iran, and Ghana
Last year, a flood of "unaccompanied minors" - children traveling without their parents - from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras rushed to the southwestern U.S. border with Mexico.
The National System for Integral Family Development (DIF) and the National Migration Institute (INM) report that they have helped 6,113 migrant children traveling alone and originating mainly from Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador so far this year.