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Let Me Tell You What Forced Separation Feels Like


#1

Let Me Tell You What Forced Separation Feels Like

The recent images of immigrant children in cages are incredibly painful to digest.

Still, many people seem to forget that the U.S. has a long track record of forcibly separating families, whether it was African Americans during slavery, the Japanese during World War II, Native Americans during colonization, or poor children whose “unfit” single mothers have lost custody today.

Another common way families are forcibly separated? Juvenile detention.


#2

Hate begets hate. One can never be hated “enough” to effect “redemption”. Here is what works:

If it were your (fill in the relationship blank here _______) what would you want. Only love can conquer hate. Nothing else can.


#3

The Norway system was featured in Michael Moore’s “Where to Invade Next.” It shows how barbaric and backwards our country is.