Kevin, 10, helps reform U.S. immigration

Via The Star

A settlement between the U.S. Immigration and
Customs Enforcement and the American Civil Liberties Union, Washington contained a provision requiring the improvement of conditions for children held by ICE. 

Excerpt:

“All 10-year-old Kevin Yourdkhani remembers about the T. Don Hutto
immigration detention centre in Texas is that it’s “a very bad place
for children and babies…As part of the settlement, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
said it would allow detained children to move freely at the facility,
provide a full-time paediatrician, end the “count system,” install
privacy curtains around toilets
and offer outings, toys, books and
child-appropriate food to minors.”

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