Las familias en proceso de adopción a menudo entran en pánico al verse obligadas a adecuar sus casas y sus vidas para una inspección que satisfaga requerimientos no escritos, que no necesariamente contribuyen a que los niños y niñas se incorporen a una familia que los recibirá con amor.
U.S. asylum policies inflict deep pain, not only on those facing deportation but also on those who do the legal aid work to help them stay.
Prospective parents often panic about the suitability of their homes, staging their lives and houses for inspection to comply with a host of unwritten rules. Very little of this helps get children into loving families.
Americans often react to the idea of Sharia with horror and repugnance. That isn’t warranted.
The president of the arts and crafts company purchased thousands of antiquities from Iraq for his family’s museum—but he could have met his goals without running afoul of the Department of Justice.
“Human trafficking” brings to mind sex slavery and extreme human rights abuses. But an equally pernicious, lesser-known form of slavery persists in the U.S. and elsewhere.