“What would you do?,” Antonio Saldaña ’88 (Spanish), asks in a column to the Green Bay Press Gazette. Saldaña refers to the situation at the border, where families who arrive in the country illegally, are being separated. Saldaña argues that even though illegal immigration requires action, immigrants deserve to be treated with human dignity, and children certainly do not deserve to be the middlemen. “America. The whole world is watching us,” he reminds.
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