Since 2017, the Trump administration has produced no significant legal initiative to deal with the rights of asylum seekers, but it has reinterpreted existing law aggressively with the objective of separating family, holding asylum seekers in prolonged internment in camps near the border, and excluding those who seek to come. These steps entail sweeping violations of US law and international human rights agreements many of which were initiated by the United States.

Join Scott Horton for Refugee Rights in the Age of Trump at 10:30 a.m. March 1.