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The “Surge”: The Tug-Of-War Between a Clogged Immigration System and Humanitarian Help for Unaccompanied Minors

“Adrian grew up mostly on the streets in Guatemala City, his abusive father a crack addict and his mother everywhere but around, leaving him with a thin, green-eyed prostitute friend who would sometimes have sex with johns right there next to him. He’d seen robberies, stabbings, shootings; he’d never once set foot in a classroom. […]