When things get tough, it always seems like the American people fight back. This is certainly the case as a humanitarian crisis along our southern border heats up, in the wake of President’s Trump’s child-separation policy he put into place earlier this year. Although the President claims to be halting the practice of separating migrant children along our southern border, there are still literally thousands of children who remain separated from their families, some as young as 5 months of age.
Superstar attorney, Michael Avenatti, who rose to fame after deciding to represent the adult entertainer, Stormy Daniels, who had an alleged affair with the President, has already begun to represent dozens of families affected by these policies. Moments ago, however, another celebrity activist, Alyssa Milano, announced her gracious offer to these children as well:
“As well as @MichaelAvenatti and @HMAesq, I am joining forces with Vorzimer Masserman, Fertility & Family Law Center to help locate and reunite separated migrant families,” Milano tweeted. “We will help prepare temporary guardianship agreements that will permit those children held in internment camps to be released to family members or other guardians in the U.S. selected by the parents until their asylum status has been adjudicated.
We need to do everything we can to get these babies and children out of concentration camps and into loving homes where they can be cared for, given emotional support, receive medical treatment and psychological care while they await being reunited with their parents. Reuniting these children with their parents as quickly as possibly is our ultimate goal.
Milano, who has been an outspoken voice, fighting what she believes are unjust policies placed on the American people by the Trump Administration, clearly shows her anger and drive to help these children. The approach she, along with Avenatti and others, appear to be taking would hopefully allow for a much more efficient means of removing these children from what she calls “concentration camps”.