( CNN ) When Antar Davidson was was necessary to separate two brothers and a sister tightly hugging one another, he recognise his time as a youth care laborer at an Arizona immigrant children’s shelter was coming to an end.
Davidson spoke out Monday night and Tuesday morning with CNN about his former chore at Southwest Key, a non-profit group that runs 26 immigrant children’s shelters
across Texas, Arizona and California.
The former shelter employee explained how the job sharply changed after the Trump administration began its zero-tolerance policy
toward illegal immigrant crossings. The new policy has had the immediate effect of separating parents from their children with an unclear process
for getting them back together .
‘Crying for their mother’