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  • One of so many reasons to abolish immigration detention centers is because the people that are held don’t get medical care. Some of these people need medication that has been prescribed to them to keep them from

    • Immigration is a big topic that affects many people and families. I think that separating kids from their parents is not the best thing. Children are very affected. This also hurts their families and having their loved ones locked up hurts them so much.

    • Dear Sergio, I am saddened by your emotional article because the conditions these people live in who just want a better life is horrific. The government has all these funds for military use to fight off nothing but themselves. One sentence you wrote that really stood out to me, was “They are ignored, separated by their families, refused medical treatment, and at times, they leave them to die…” i think this is critical because the government does really seem to ignore them and the needs of a human being. Another sentence that really stood out to me was “Another reason that immigration detention centers should be abolished is that being locked up in a cage, a prison, can have a huge impact on a child.” and this… is really true. No child should spend their time in a cage with family or not. They need to be outside and have fun and eat candy, not worried when their life will really start.

    • I appreciate the fact that you came out to talk about this subject. Some of these people need medication that has been prescribed to them to keep them from getting ill or worse death. https://immsolutionsllc.com/immigration you should go and check this link out. I hope you choose to respond, I’m looking forward to what you might have to say.

    • Dear:Sergio
      I read your post “abolish immigration detention centers”,what you wrote make me think of how people like you is interesting in a big topic like immigration.I feel a connection with what you wrote because I had a the same experience,Immigrate from El Salvador and then be in one of those detention centers that’s a very hard and horrible experience.I understand how people feel to come here and be treated like if they are bad people or treated like animals living in a bad condition and receiving bad food.I didn’t ride “La Bestia” (The Beast) but I understand people who ride that dangerous train just looking for peace and a better future for parents and their kids.

      Immigration centers are suppose to treated immigrants in a good condition and be treated like any human in this world,even if they have different cultures,that doesn’t mean that we need to treated those people differently.Government have a lot of money to spend and they spend this money in a wall or military equipment,I know is necessary to buy resources to defend the country but there are more important issues to solve,more than start a war by buying weapons and one of this issues is the immigration help by improving the resources,food,medication and necessary equipment to treated the immigrants in better conditions.That doesn’t mean to give them more attention than the others,this means to treated people equally In the same way like everybody else,not giving them money or house but yes giving them the necessary to live in good conditions while they are waiting for a response to stay in the country.

    • I agree with you immigration is one of the things that big in life now many people suffer from this and I think we should figure out ways to prevent this from happening especially if people are coming over to have better lives.The government has all these funds for military use to fight off nothing but themselves. One sentence you wrote that really stood out to me, was “They are ignored, separated by their families, refused medical treatment, and at times, they leave them to die…” i think this is critical because the government does really seem to ignore them and the needs of a human being.The lack of standards has people getting sick and spreading disease making it a dangerous possibly lethal environment.

    • I read your post “abolish immigration detention centers”,what you wrote make me think of how people like you is interesting in a big topic like immigration..I understand how people feel to come here and be treated like if they are bad people or treated like animals living in a bad condition and receiving bad food.I didn’t ride “La Bestia” (The Beast) but I understand people who ride that dangerous train just looking for peace and a better future for parents and their kids.

    • Dear Sergio
      I am really emotional about your post “Abolish Immigration Detention Center” because you not only see the consequences about it, you also care about the health care of the immigrants, you go deeper into what if someone dies, what is the response of the government to the community.
      One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is “It is not right to put a young child behind bars or in a cage for no reason whatsoever, other than they are from another country”. I think this is very emotional, because children don’t have the fault of this government, they are our future, they have a life and they want to have a normal childhood.
      Have you read this article called “What Happened To The Migrant Children Separated From Their Parents”, I thought you might be interested in this because it talks about what happened after their parents were deported in America or don’t.
      Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next because I really liked the way you go into a subject and you provide the positive and negative impacts on it.

    • Dear Sergio,
      I thought your post was very moving and very informative. You used a lot of information that gets people thinking about the effects of immigration and what it does to families and children. I think you bring up a great argument. Here is some more information I found about this.
      https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/the-case-for-abolishing-immigration-detention/2020/01/23/25fde4d8-0bb4-11ea-bd9d-c628fd48b3a0_story.html

      Great work!

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