When we learned that the Trump Administration was kidnapping undocumented children from their parents and families, placing them in cages or setting them up for adoption, we should have been outraged into action.
When it was discovered that 6 migrant children had died in U.S. Custody we should have taken to the streets.
When the U.S. Department of Justice stood before the Ninth Circuit Court in San Francisco and argued that it was not the responsibility of the U.S. government to provide beds, toothbrushes, soap and otherwise sanitary and safe environments for undocumented children as established in settlement agreements, we should have marched on Washington.
When the photos surfaced of the lifeless bodies of Oscar Alberto Martinez Ramirez and his 23-month old baby girl, Angie Valeria washed up on the Rio Grande, the nation should have wept in pure shame.