Stop Forcibly Separating Families at the Border

by A group of detained mothers and children

Stop Forcibly Separating Families at the Border

by A group of detained mothers and children
A group of detained mothers and children
We are a group of mothers who have had our children taken from us at the US border. We are fighting to be reunited with them and for an immediate change in the policy.
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on 18th June 2018
$159,863
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A group of detained mothers and children
We are a group of mothers who have had our children taken from us at the US border. We are fighting to be reunited with them and for an immediate change in the policy.

Mr. Avenatti has asked us to end this campaign. Thank you for your support.


Please join the legal battle to reunite families and end the forced separation of migrant children from their parents.

The Trump administration speaks of making America great, but on our southern border it is now committing atrocities that we would have never thought possible. The forced separation of children from their parents runs counter to our values as a nation, the core principles our country was founded upon, and what we stand for. This is not my America. This is not our America.

We are raising funds to pay for (a) release bonds to assist mothers who are attempting to gain release from detention centers so they can be reunited with their children and (b) out-of-pocket expenses for our work reuniting families and changing the policy.  No monies are going toward attorneys’ fees, and the uses of your money will be publicly disclosed.

All mothers are mothers first. Regardless of their political persuasion.  And all children are simply children.

Please help us right this wrong.

Michael Avenatti, Esq.

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