Watch: Separating Children at the Border Will Have Long-Term Brain Effects

“We see the brains of children changing as part of the toxic stress response.”

In Brave New Films’ latest video, “Trauma at the Border,” pediatricians reveal the long-term emotional, psychological and physical damage that can be done when children are imprisoned.

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