Stories tagged: "children"


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Informe de Aaron Ford a la Legislatura de Nevada destaca los éxitos de su término como fiscal general

“Como decimos en esta oficina, ‘Nuestro trabajo es la justicia’”, escribió el fiscal general de Nevada, Aaron Ford, en el informe. “Estoy orgulloso de que la Oficina del Fiscal General haya hecho justicia en nuestro estado”.

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Aaron Ford’s Report to Nevada Legislature Highlights Successes of Attorney General’s Tenure

“As we say in this Office, ‘Our Job is Justice,’” Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford wrote in the report. “I am proud that the Office of the Attorney General has delivered justice to our state.”

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UN Applauds Mexico Decision to Stop Holding Migrant Children in Detention

“This announcement provides fresh hope that Mexico is willing to do the work necessary to ensure that the rights of migrants, asylum seekers, and refugees are protected,” a refugee advocate said.

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545 Migrant Children Aren’t Missing Their Parents. It’s Actually 666 Migrant Children.

Lawyers say the original group of migrant children missing parents had contact information. This new group has zero information on file.

Volunteer Monroy Martinez, left, hands out a free to-go lunch to a boy at the St. Mary's Food Bank Alliance due to the Arizona teachers strike and closure of schools Thursday, April 26, 2018, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
Food Insecurity Among Arizona Children Skyrockets Amidst Pandemic

Nearly 30 million households nationwide say they don’t have enough food to feed their family.

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Over 1,600 Kids Caught COVID-19 While Being Held in Detention Centers

Nearly 100 children contracted the virus while being detained at a rehabilitation center in Prescott Valley.

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231 Children Test Positive for COVID-19 at a Georgia Overnight Camp

A growing body of evidence indicates that schools are likely to be major sources of outbreaks and that children are not as invulnerable to COVID-19 as once thought.