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‘An official told me our separation was going to be a matter of hours, but it was all a lie’

The nonprofit Grassroots Leadership collected letters from mothers who were separated from their children at the U.S. border and provided English translations. The Austin, Texas-based nonprofit asked that the women’s last names and identifying information be redacted. In some cases, women asked that their first names also be redacted.

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