LVCK Partners with Too Young To Wed for U.S. Capitol Exhibit

What awaits the tens of thousands of Central American children who flee on foot to the United States isn’t necessarily a happy life. It’s intolerance. It’s claims of disease and terrorism. And it’s lawmakers voting on legislation to kick them back to their native countries. But this week, a photo exhibit in the Kennedy Caucus Room in the Russell Senate building in Washington, D.C. will put an actual child’s face on the issue to force lawmakers to look at the problem that they’re trying to deport.
By: Esther Yu Hsi Lee
Think Progress
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