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Children Shouldn't Be Dying at the Border. Here's How You Can Help. Speak up. Donate. Educate yourself. Vote.

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 Call Congress, your mayor and local representatives. Contact your members of Congress and tell them that you want impending raids by Immigration and Customs Enforcement to be called off and detention conditions improved. The legal defense nonprofit Raices has provided a template and an online form that you can use to email your congressional representatives. You can also reach out to your local officials to ask that they initiate plans to help immigrant communities that are affected by the raids. This official government website has provided links to finding your city, county and town officials. Trump’s latest display of cruel bluster was the announcement, and then the delay, of nationwide raids to deport undocumented families, using the operation to strut before his base and extract concessions from Democrats, and spread panic through immigrant communities.'

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Lawmakers on Tuesday voted 230 to 195 to send humanitarian aid to address conditions among the crush of migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border. They also attached significant rules on how the money could be spent in an effort to rein in President Trump's immigration crackdown.
The bill faces a veto threat from the White House, which considers a similar Senate measure with fewer strings attached as the surest way to speed aid to strapped agencies.

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