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According to a report from the Associated Press:“Inside an old warehouse in South Texas, hundreds of children wait in a series of cages created by metal fencing. One cage had 20 children inside. Scattered about are bottles of water, bags of chips and large foil sheets intended to serve as blankets.”
Steve Doocy of Fox and Friends, the president’s favorite show, echoed this line saying that children weren’t being held in cages, but that authorities had “built walls out of chain-link fences.” Meanwhile, CBS News’s Gayle King was reporting from the border, where she described “cages.” The Border Patrol, CBS reported, took issue with that description, not because they felt it was inaccurate, but because they were “very uncomfortable” with the implication that the children were being treated like animals.
The administration knew full well that the result would be separations. “If you don’t want your child separated, then don’t bring them across the border illegally,” Sessions said in May. White House Chief of Staff John Kelly also said in May that the goal was to dissuade unauthorized immigrants from entering.
The cages aren’t wholly new. During the Obama administration, unaccompanied immigrant children who arrived at the border were kept in them as well. There was outcry at the time, especially from immigration groups, and the Obama White House was forced to stop detaining families by a court.
What is different now is that the children being held are being forcibly separated from their parents at the border. So is the scale of the issue—the Washington Examiner reported that there could be 30,000 such children in custody by August 2018.
I made this artwork Kids in Cages because I feel that it is fundamentally inhumane to separate children from their parents for any reason unless their parents are doing them harm. Although these asylum seekers are not going through the proper immigration channels as Washington would like them to, I feel it is us, not them, who are actively harming families.
I am aware of and respect the fact that this is a complex issue with many sides to consider. On a personal level, when thinking about this I find myself questioning which is more evil: the so-called ‘Caravan’ of illegal immigrants—some of whom may have malevolent intents, but most of whom are escaping violence, corruption, and war in their own countries—or an administration who considers the inhumane treatment of those seeking asylum and their children a victory? This artwork is my visual and physical answer to that question.
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