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In Brownsville, Converting Pain and Anger Into Action


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In Brownsville, Converting Pain and Anger Into Action

Ashoka Mukpo

Over a thousand people marched to a federal courthouse in Brownsville, Texas on Thursday, after a rally organized by the ACLU, its Texas affiliate, and other partner organizations to protest the Trump administration’s policy of criminally prosecuting anyone who crosses the border without authorization. Demonstrators from across Texas converged on the courthouse early Thursday afternoon, yelling “shut it down” and demanding access to hearings being held inside.


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Oh wow, separating children and not knowing where they go or who is with them. America just turned into the ancient world---- when a war was lost, even a small one------the city state losers became slaves, men, women and children—all part of the booty.
A horror today too------who are these ICE people? Pedophiles of America or Foster Agencies trading in stolen children? I can’t even fathom how anyone came up with this horror------------thank you ACLU for being there and all the people who showed they care by being there too.
In early history in America----this sounds like how indentured workers were treated-------before slavery became so–American. If nations have souls-------we are in big trouble…