The border child separation policy wasn’t just cruel, it was also unusually inept. That’s why reversing the policy is a lot easier than reversing the damage. “The Trump administration kept little data on the families that were separated. In many cases, only scraps of information remain: a deported parent’s name, a village in Guatemala or Honduras, a phone number that may no longer work. That information makes its way from the U.S. government through a chain of legal organizations and eventually to people such as Pop, a 33-year-old human rights lawyer in Guatemala’s Alta Verapaz department who is crisscrossing the country in search of the missing parents.” Kevin Sieff in WaPo (gift article for ND readers): A motorcycle-riding lawyer searches Guatemala’s remotest corners to reunite families separated by the U.S.