Immigration Activist Diane Guerrero Separated From Family: ‘It Is Forever’ | NBC News


I sure my struggle to help open eyes to the agony that every one of these kids will face forever for life even some 17 year Slater I still remember how it felt when I first tried out for my parents and they couldn’t answer having my family taken away from me had a severe impact on all of us irreversible and so irresponsible for our government considered what would happen to me and my brother my brother Eddie you deserve so much more than what you have been given Humanity tourist place at the wrong time. They shouldn’t ask for Refuge how many more children are in lifetime of blind disregard of human life this time the steaks are too visible to well-documented to be ignored it has reached you it has reached all of us and force us to ask ourselves what kind of country do we want to be one that violates the rights of children including the fundamental right to seek Asylum and the freedom to be who we are NBC News viewers thanks for checking out our YouTube channel Sorry by clicking on that button down here and click on any of the videos over here to watch the latest interviews show highlights and digital exclusive thanks for watching
At the Washington, D.C. “Families Belong Together” rally, immigration activist and actor Diane Guerrero spoke about being separated from her family 17 years ago and the long term effect it has on children.

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