Which of our neighbors have been rounded up so far?

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There were travelers stranded in airports, many of them students, some of them long-time residents of the United States, some of them persona non grata in their countries of origin who had suddenly been rendered effectively stateless; refugees who had spent years being vetted whose dreams were dashed at the very last moment; relatives about to be reunited with family members after years of separation; visa holders who were deported because they were airborne when the ban was put in place; visitors and refugees who simply hoped to access our healthcare system—one cruel irony of the debacle being that the UN directs refugees with the worst medical problems to the U.S., so some of the most at-risk patients in the world were suddenly in great peril… More at Longreads.

A hugely enlightening article.

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