Selective Empathy 

Why some children matter more than others

The printed sign reads "Return to Sender" and is held aloft by a middle-aged white man in sunglasses and a red, white and blue T-shirt. The object of his outrage isn't misplaced mail, it's children at the U.S.-Mexico border trying to…

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