Traumatized children and broken families: The invisible scars of the Mississippi ICE raids

By Maria Clark, The American South. Alissa Zhu, The Clarion Ledger


About one-third of children whose parents were arrested or lost their jobs after the raids were between the ages of four and eight, according to a report by CLASP, the Center for Law and Social Policy, which highlights how the reemergence of worksite raids impacts families and communities, especially young children.

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