Deja Lee, Union City: “I have sympathy thing for children so I would let them in. Yes the problem is serious but I don’t think we should send kids back home. They are children!” Photo by Vincent Christie.
Felicia Green, Union City: “I believe it’s a double-edge sword. You have under-age children and we don’t know what the situation is back home. On the other hand, you have to take of the children that were born and raised in the U.S. that are living in a bad situation… so if you allow them to come in, they are going to use up resources that they say we already don’t have. So we need to take care of home first.” Photo by Vincent Christie.
Kevin McGowan, Jonesboro: “Honestly… if they are here and they’ve gotten an education, it’s too late to send them back; just leave them here and let them do what they have to do to make it. What’s the point of sending them back home to do nothing." Photo by Vincent Christie.
James Orange, Atlanta: “I believe they should have some type of program that allows them to stay in the United States and become a citizen and not have them deported because of their age.” Photo by Vincent Christie.