The Book of Rosy

The Book of Rosy offers an unflinching look at conditions in U.S. detention centers and a reminder of the power of policy to change the course of lives.

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Review of ‘The Book of Rosy’

“We are last names only. We are numbers.” From the first page of this account of a mother from Guatemala being separated from her sons at the southern U.S. border, readers are drawn into the wrenching impact of American immigration policy on parents and children. 

The Book of Rosy chronicles the experiences of Rosayra Pablo Cruz,…

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