Do No Harm: The U.S. Border Child Tragedy Continues (Paperback)
Meet the Latino children ripped from their parent's arms at the U.S. border.
You'll discover raw accounts of their struggle to survive alone in systems never designed to raise them. Do No Harm is the gripping insider account of a humanitarian crisis that enables abuse, sex trafficking, drug use, teen pregnancy, and death. This is a riveting book that empowers you to become an agent of change.
Inside you'll explore:
- The horrifying pipeline between federal immigration and local foster care
- Barriers to reconnecting children with their families
- Dramatic ways reuniting families improves lives and communities
If you want to create a safe and supportive community for kids to thrive, this book is for you.
"Separating these families was implemented without any effective system or procedure for tracking the children after they were separated from their parents... migrant children are not accounted for with the same efficiency and accuracy as property." Chief U.S. District Judge Dana Sabraw
"The beginning can never be changed, but there is ALWAYS a solution to modify the ending. Richard has given us that solution. Thank you "Paige McPherson - 3x U.S. Olympian and 2012 Bronze Olympics medalist in TaeKwonDo
"An important book for anyone who wants to help children in crisis."Dr. John DeGarmo, Founder of the Foster Care Institute.
Combine the investigative expertise of Sherlock Holmes, decades of experience working with Latin American businesses and agencies, and a focus on reuniting children separated at the U.S.-Mexico border from their families, and you get "Border Angel" Richard Villasana, an international expert on immigration issues, U.S. foster care and founder of Forever Homes for foster kids.