Mississippi / Government

“My dad didn’t do nothing. He’s not a criminal,” said an 11-year-old girl as US immigration authorities detained 680 undocumented workers in Mississippi this week. "Government, please put your hearts ⁠— let my parents be free with everybody else, please.”

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