The Fate Of Refugee Families Is In America’s Hands

Posted on October 4, 2019

On the eve of World War II many parents faced an impossible choice: stay with their children as the Nazis closed in, or send them away. More than 10,000 children made it to England and other countries as part of the kindertransports or children’s transport, a life-saving program. Today there’s a new kind of kindertransport needed, one that focuses on reuniting separated children and their parents.

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