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Building Bridges: Deportation Contagions in the Age of COVID-19 , Segment 1

Building Bridges: Deportation Contagions in the Age of COVID-19 , Segment 1

Update: 2020-05-24
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Deportation Contagions: How the Age of COVID-19, Anything Other than Ending Deportations is Disastrous.
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Jorge Cullar professor of Latin American, Latino & Caribbean Studies at Dartmouth College reporting from San Salvador

Deportations, have been shown to put people in situations of danger and existential risk. Deportees leaving U.S. detention for their home countries face significant challenges as they return to the contexts that prompted their outmigration"of course, after their now required quarantine, their multiple temperature checks, their lasting stigmatization. Now, with COVID-19 affecting Central American countries and expected to worsen, there exists an immediate viral risk associated with return, to both deportees themselves and to Central American societies as they haphazardly maneuver through the developing pandemic.
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Building Bridges: Deportation Contagions in the Age of COVID-19 , Segment 1

Building Bridges: Deportation Contagions in the Age of COVID-19 , Segment 1

knash@igc.org (Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg)