Unnacompanied minors

Unaccompanied children around the world are fleeing violence and persecution from which their countries cannot protect them and are searching for safety.

Most unaccompanied children in the U.S. come from Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala – three of the most dangerous countries in the world.

These series of animations were created for KIND (Kids in need of defense) and they  portray the real stories of immigrant children. In order to keep their identities private, animation was used to illustrate their lives.

The number of unaccompanied minors detained at the US/Mexico border doubled during 2019 to more than 75,000 children.

Over half of the children in U.S. immigration proceedings have no one to represent them.
Children without representation are more than twice as likely to be deported back to danger.

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