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Four Members of DHS Advisory Council Resign in Protest Over Treatment of Migrant Families

On Monday, four members of the Department of Homeland Security's Advisory Council resigned over what they described as the Trump administration's "morally repugnant" treatment of migrant families crossing the US-Mexico Border; As families that were previously separated at the U.S.-Mexico border begin to be reunited, we are seeing the chilling effects on the children's mental health; one Puerto Rican restaurant in New York City showcases its legacy and culture through its food, and passes its cooking traditions down through generations; affordable foods are transformed into trendy, expensive menu items. What then?; and then a look at a group of grandmothers traveling to the US-Mexico border to draw attention to the Trump administration's treatment of migrant families.

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