In thousands of U.S. communities, families are living in fear knowing an undocumented parent may be detained and deported without warning.
Sister Janice Vanderneck founded Casa San Jose, a Pittsburg organization that coordinates services for Latino immigrants.
“Living with all that poverty and fear and sadness is going to carry through to the next generation,” said Vanderneck, director of Casa San Jose.
Stephen Gilman is with the National Institutes of Health. A new study of World War II evacuees looks at childhood separation and the risk of mental illness.
Gilman and colleagues in Sweden…
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