Children who were separated from their parents after entering the U.S. illegally cover their faces as they arrive at the Cayuga Centers, a nonprofit welfare agency, in the East Harlem neighborhood of New York on Thursday, July 27, 2018. In what appeared to be a mass evacuation, more than a dozen white vans lined up outside Cayuga Centers on Wednesday night and Thursday, as the federal government raced to meet the deadline to reunite families.  (Gregg Vigliotti/The New York Times)
Children who were separated from their parents after entering the U.S. illegally cover their faces as they arrive at the Cayuga Centers, a nonprofit welfare agency, in the East Harlem neighborhood of New York on Thursday, July 27, 2018. In what appeared to be a mass evacuation, more than a dozen white vans lined up outside Cayuga Centers on Wednesday night and Thursday, as the federal government raced to meet the deadline to reunite families. (Gregg Vigliotti/The New York Times) GREGG VIGLIOTTI NYT
Children who were separated from their parents after entering the U.S. illegally cover their faces as they arrive at the Cayuga Centers, a nonprofit welfare agency, in the East Harlem neighborhood of New York on Thursday, July 27, 2018. In what appeared to be a mass evacuation, more than a dozen white vans lined up outside Cayuga Centers on Wednesday night and Thursday, as the federal government raced to meet the deadline to reunite families. (Gregg Vigliotti/The New York Times) GREGG VIGLIOTTI NYT

Blame immigrant parents

July 31, 2018 07:35 PM