During the Trump administration, it was reported 545 migrant children have been unable to reunite with their parents since being separated at the US-Mexico border. Under Trump’s zero-tolerance immigration policy, more than 2,800 families were separated by his administration. When the US government is unable to locate parents of children, they rely on non-profits like Justice in Motion and human rights lawyers to physically track down families on the ground in El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Mexico.

These photos were taken at George Floyd Square, Minneapolis, during a Dia de los Muertes festival in 2020.

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