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Stories of Children Trapped at the U.S. Border: “I Want To Be with My Mom”



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Migrants from Central America wade across the Rio Grande to enter the U.S. from Mexico.



Migrants from Central America wade across the Rio Grande to enter the U.S. from Mexico.


Foto: Tayfun Coskun / Anadolu / Getty Images





A boy from Central America jumps across a stream on the Rio Grande at the Mexican-U.S. border in Ciudad Juárez.



A boy from Central America jumps across a stream on the Rio Grande at the Mexican-U.S. border in Ciudad Juárez.


Foto: Luis Torres / Agencia EFE / imago images





Children play in the yard of the Noemi Alvarez Quillay shelter in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico.



Children play in the yard of the Noemi Alvarez Quillay shelter in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico.


Foto: JOSE LUIS GONZALEZ / REUTERS





A migrant child exercises in a recreation area at the Noemi Alvarez Quillay immigrant shelter.



A migrant child exercises in a recreation area at the Noemi Alvarez Quillay immigrant shelter.


Foto: JOSE LUIS GONZALEZ / REUTERS





Children play in the courtyard of the Noemi Alvarez Quillay shelter.



Children play in the courtyard of the Noemi Alvarez Quillay shelter.


Foto: Luis Chaparro





The dormitories at the children's shelter in Ciudad Juárez



The dormitories at the children’s shelter in Ciudad Juárez


Foto: JOSE LUIS GONZALEZ / REUTERS

This piece is part of the Global Societies series. The project runs for three years and is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.



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