Deporting Undocumented Immigrants Would Crumble Dallas’ Economy

A knock on the door. That's what Anne Frank and her family were afraid of. One knock on the door could mean the end of their safety, the end of their shot at surviving in Nazi-occupied Holland, and the end of their lives. It did. A knock on the door it was what led to the Frank family's arrest by the Gestapo, their deportation to the Auschwitz concentration camp, which led to Frank's death at the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.Today, 70 years after the Frank's death, a knock on the door is what millions of undocumented immigrants fear. In the wake of President Trump's strict immigration policies by form of executive order and a reported surge in raids by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), millions of immigrants are now living in fear that their lives in the U.S. could soon be over. Though their lives may not be at stake at the hands of ICE, futures are-- the futures of these immigrants, the futures of their children and the future of our economy.  Continue reading...

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