Fate of African Diaspora Lost in the Immigration Debate

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Immigrants from Central America seeking asylum board a bus, Tuesday, April 2, 2019, in downtown San Antonio. The surge of migrants arriving at the southern border has led the Trump administration to dramatically expand a practice it has long mocked as "catch and release." (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
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Immigrants from Central America seeking asylum board a bus, Tuesday, April 2, 2019, in downtown San Antonio. The surge of migrants arriving at the southern border has led the Trump administration to dramatically expand a practice it has long mocked as “catch and release.” (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

The immigration debate continues to be a hot button topic, but a the little discussed fact is African migrants are also caught up in the separation of families. Congressional Black Caucus Chair Karen Bass (D-CA) updates on migrants entering the US from Africa, South America, and the Caribbean.

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