The Parent Gap

In one of the sadder moments in recent American history, a court had to compel the federal government to reunite migrant children with their parents. Last night, the court imposed deadline passed. As The New Yorker’s Jonathan Blitzer explains, the government has decided that hundreds of immigrant parents are ineligible to be reunited with their kids. Who Are They?

+ The Atlantic: What will happen to the 463 migrant children whose parents have been deported? The Lost Ones. (These days, that headline could also apply to America’s values.)

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