Sarah Sherman-Stokes is Associate Director of the Immigrants' Rights and Human Trafficking Program at Boston University Law School, and she graciously spoke with me about what's been happening along the southern border of the U.S., where prosecution of families seeking asylum has gained national and international attention, especially since children have been intentionally separated from their parents by the U.S. government. She also spoke to historical context, including the origins of MS-13. In addition to discussing the facts on the ground, and relevant history, we also discussed what people who want to help asylum-seekers can do.
Immigrants' Rights & Human Trafficking Program (@ The BU School of Law)
The Florence Project
Al Otro Lado
Aldea--The People's Justice Center
Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project (Maine)
Cover art photo credit: Orage PLN (public domain, from Wikimedia Commons)