Time magazine’s editor has stood by this week’s cover illustration on the forced separation of families at the border, saying it aimed to “capture the stakes of the moment.” The image of the crying Honduran child, however, is not from last week’s chaos, but rather from a June 12, 2018, arrest, and she was not among the thousands taken from parents and detained.
Time magazine’s editor has stood by this week’s cover illustration on the forced separation of families at the border, saying it aimed to “capture the stakes of the moment.” The image of the crying Honduran child, however, is not from last week’s chaos, but rather from a June 12, 2018, arrest, and she was not among the thousands taken from parents and detained.
Time magazine’s editor has stood by this week’s cover illustration on the forced separation of families at the border, saying it aimed to “capture the stakes of the moment.” The image of the crying Honduran child, however, is not from last week’s chaos, but rather from a June 12, 2018, arrest, and she was not among the thousands taken from parents and detained.

The crying-child Rorschach

June 23, 2018 05:00 PM