Lee Gelernt

Deputy director of the ACLU’s national Immigrants' Rights Project, and Director of the Project's Program on Access to the Courts.

Deputy director of the ACLU’s national Immigrants' Rights Project, and Director of the Project's Program on Access to the Courts.

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Seven hundred children have been separated from adults applying for asylum at the Mexican border.

Immigration enforcement and family breakups

Seven hundred children have been separated from adults applying for asylum at the Mexican border.

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