Trump Administration Separated 2,300 Immigrant Children From Families Under “Zero-Tolerance” Policy

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppOn Wednesday, President Donald Trump signed an executive order to end his controversial and immoral policy of separating immigrant families at the U.S. border. However, the way in which affected children are being identified and taken care of by the government has been quite flawed, following his rushed and sudden decision. Finding the exact amount of children who have been separated from their families sent to different cities and sent to different states has proven to be an extremely difficult task for government officials. The…

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Will Families Be Reunited?

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppWednesday, Trump signed an executive order that will help keep families together at the border. Trump made this move after backlash from his administration policy that separated children from their parents. Parents will still be prosecuted for illegally crossing the United States border but now families will be detained together. Also, the Department of Homeland Security, not the Justice Department will handle these cases. There are several key components to this executive order. However, one of the most noticeable ones is that the order doesn’t…

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New York Officials Struggle to Find Immigrant Children Separated From Their Families

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppTrump’s recent executive order, prohibiting immigrant children from being separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexican border, has already been put into effect. There have been reports of hundreds of said children being sent to New York and subsequently being taken in by consular officials from Central American countries. However, it is also believed that the officials have struggled to keep track of all the children after the order’s signing, as they were not given much information prior to the children’s arrival. Consul general of…

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The Gentrification of Brooklyn Points to a Larger Historical Trend

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppIn 2017, New York City’s largest borough, Brooklyn, lost about 2,000 lower-income residents. At the same time, however, the borough has been attracting a growing number of small businesses as well as about 144,071 higher-income residents. Of every county in New York State, Brooklyn’s nearly six percent jump in population in the span of a one year period puts it second only to the Bronx. However, according to the latest census reports, Brooklyn stands at 2,648,771 residents, which was 2,088 fewer than in 2016. People…

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Paul Marciano Steps Down from Guess Inc. for Sexual Harassment Accusations

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppPaul Marciano, co-founder of Guess Inc., steps down from his position after an investigation goes through the company for allegations of sexual harassment and assault. The filing stated: “The investigation found that on certain occasions (Paul) Marciano exercised poor judgment in his communications with models and photographers and in placing himself in situations in which plausible allegations of improper conduct could, and did, arise,” the filing said.” KATE UPTON ACCUSED PAUL MARCIANO OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT This is not the first time Marciano was in the…

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